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The trucking industry plays a crucial and important role in the US economy.  There seems to be no signs that this will change anytime soon and, if anything, it seems that it is only getting bigger.  The vast distances that truck, tractor trailers, and semis have to travel shows that every state plays a role in the transportation of goods.  The sheer size and weight of these motor vehicles can make truck accidents hazardous and can create devastating consequences, causing severe injuries, property damage and even loss of life. 

These types of accidents and claims are extremely nuanced and not knowing what to do after being injured by a truck driver, tractor trailer, or a semi can be detrimental to your case.

By hiring us and having competent representation, you are afforded the rights and the compensation that you might have not known you deserved.  

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Some of the Causes of Truck Accidents

Truck drivers are susceptible to impairments just like any other driver on the road.  Some of the causes of truck accidents can be:

  1. Driver Fatigue: Truck drivers often face demanding schedules and long hours on the road, leading to fatigue. Fatigue impairs their concentration and reaction times, increasing the risk of accidents.

  2. Distracted Driving: Like any other motorist, truck drivers can be distracted by cell phone usage, GPS devices, or other factors, diverting their attention from the road and causing accidents.

  3. Mechanical Failures: Faulty brakes, tire blowouts, or other mechanical issues can lead to catastrophic accidents. Regular truck maintenance and inspections are vital to preventing these incidents.

  4. Improper Loading: Overloaded or improperly loaded trucks can lead to stability problems, making them prone to tipping over or jackknifing. Adequate training and strict adherence to loading regulations are essential to ensure road safety.

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