What You Need to Know
Semi-trucks have a black box recorder, similar to that of commercial airplanes. The data from their black box recorders can be overwritten before you have a chance to get the evidence you need.
Accidents are often due to the driver’s carelessness. Examples include:
- Failure to yield
- Use of truck equipment while driving
- Cellphone use
- Red light or stop sign running
- Unsafe lane changes
- Driving under the influence
- Driving while tired
Drivers are subject to state and federal law to obey certain rules of the road and rules of long-distance driving.
Often these laws are not obeyed.
This isn’t your average accident. You won’t just be negotiating with a driver, but an entire enterprise. The trailer itself may have separate leasing companies. Trucking corporations can get rid of important evidence if you don’t have the right team working on your behalf. Time is of the essence.
Evidence needs to be preserved.
Pursuing Your Claim
Once you contact us, our team will get to work instantly and collect all relevant information because we know that the more time passes, the harder things can get. When it comes to getting the insurance company to pay and holding the negligent party responsible, our team of experts pursues every legal option available.
We don’t give up.
If you’ve been involved in a semi-truck injury accident, it’s vital to seek legal assistant right away. Our team will discuss the details of your case with you and inform you about the steps you can take to get the outcome you deserve.