Truckers are required to maintain a valid commercial driver’s license and adhere to state and federal safety laws. Truckers are held to high standards because their vehicles have the capacity to cause serious or fatal injuries to the traveling public. Unfortunately, many truckers still fail to exercise reasonable caution. Most truck wrecks are preventable.
If you or a member of your family has been injured in a truck wreck, contact an experienced personal injury attorney at The Law Office of H. Grady Chandler, P.C. in Garland, Texas. We represent clients throughout Texas in truck wreck claims.
You Need an Experienced Truck Wreck Attorney
Truck wreck claims are substantially different from car wreck claims. To properly handle a truck wreck case, your attorney must have a thorough understanding of complex state and federal safety laws, insurance coverage issues, trucking company policies and commercial trucking laws.
Your attorney must understand that the trucking company may be a potential defendant, in addition to the careless truck driver. The insurance companies that cover truck drivers and trucking companies are highly aggressive. They actively investigate the cause of accidents and are often quickly at the scene of an accident.
An experienced plaintiff’s attorney will understand that your case must be handled with a high degree of care to determine if applicable state and federal laws have been followed. Your attorney must take time to investigate the causes of the wreck, identify all available means of recovery, and gather key evidence necessary to hold the truck driver and trucking company fully accountable for your injuries.
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