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Trucking accidents are one of the most severe that can happen on U.S. roads. The damages they cause are costly and far-reaching. In these cases, it’s crucial to hold all negligent parties liable. Sometimes the trucking company is one of these parties. It is best to call an experienced attorney.
Being involved in an accident with a semi-truck is no less than terrifying. One moment you’re safely driving down the road to your destination, and the next, you fear for your life. When you think about fault for the accident, the obvious person to blame is the truck driver.
However, in some cases, fault or negligence goes far beyond the truck driver. It can extend to municipalities responsible for road conditions, a manufacturer of the truck’s parts, and even the trucking company. When you hire a well-versed Huntsville truck accident attorney to represent you, they will determine who was negligent in causing your accident. This is the first step in seeking financial recovery.
Negligence can vary based on the situation and each party’s role in the situation. Generally, negligence is a failure to act in a way that another person or party would have acted in the same circumstances. To win damages, you or your Huntsville truck accident attorney must provide evidence supporting the four elements of negligence in your case. These include:
There are many ways in which a trucking company can be negligent. Some accidents involve multiple lawyers of negligence. A trucking company could be at least partially liable for your injuries if:
If you’ve been injured in a trucking accident, time is of the essence. Find out how an experienced Huntsville truck accident attorney from Cloud, Ryan & Rouse can help you by calling 256-801-1000 or using our convenient online contact form. We offer free case reviews for all trucking accident victims. Schedule yours today.
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