Truck Accident Liability
Counsel from Our Proven Orange County Truck Accident Attorney
When it comes to common car accidents, injury victims can usually expect to hold other drivers responsible for any negligence on the road that hurt them. When a dangerous 18-wheeler accident occurs, injury victims may assume the same approach applies—but that is not always the case. Frequently, the authorities and counselors alike have to take a closer look at these accidents and determine just what factors contributed to the harm of other drivers.
Whatever the circumstances of your truck accident might be, you can count on our team at The Accident Injury Law Center (TAILC) on getting to the bottom of it and identifying the responsible parties. TAILC prides itself on thorough, incisive work when it comes to these complex accidents and can ensure that maximum compensation is pursued from those who have committed any wrongdoing.
Want to learn more about our approach to truck accident claims? Contact TAILC at 714.594.5820 today.
Trucking accidents—who's liable?
Commercial trucking is a highly regulated industry that, ideally, recognizes the risks giant rigs can potentially pose to others on the road. That is why numerous parties responsible for maintaining, loading, managing, and operating commercial trucks must adhere to certain laws and regulations. When they don't, they put other motorists and their passengers at risk.
The liable parties following a trucking accident can include:
- The truck driver
- The shipping company
- The owner or leaser of the truck (or trailer)
- The manufacturer of the truck (or trailer)
- The company that loaded the truck
At TAILC, we understand that few accident victims are versed in commercial trucking regulations and or know just what party is responsible for their injuries. TAILC has the resources and experience to look deeper into these incidents, zero-in on what elements contributed to the accident, and hold the responsible parties accountable for any harm done.
Relief after your truck accident can be possible. Use TALIC's online form now to request a free case evaluation.