18 Wheeler Truck Accident Lawyer
Our nation relies on commercial trucks to transfer and deliver goods on a daily basis. These massive vehicles are an integral part of our economy and
The Rio Grande Valley’s proximity to the border makes us a hub for commercial truck activity, which can cause a greater number of trucking accidents. The Department of Motor Vehicles estimated that 2013 saw over 2,700 trucking accidents in Texas where 14 people died and 489 were seriously injured.
A Step Closer to Danger
Trucking rules and regulations are designed to keep everyone safe, yet truckers and the companies that employ them sometimes fail to follow these requirements. Some truckers may fail to comply with maintenance rules or choose to drive excessive hours to complete deliveries. No matter the reason, this negligence can seriously burden one’s life.
Factors You Should Know
It isn’t uncommon for truck drivers to work long hours or under heavy pressure by their employers. Factors like these are often the reason why 18-wheelers cause accidents with passenger vehicles. Other factors include:
- Inexperience or lack of training
- Other vehicles
- Road conditions
If negligence was one of the factors behind your trucking accident, the driver and his/her employer can be accountable for the damages.
Fight for Justice
The effects of a truck driving accident can often linger for many years and affect everyone from close friends to family. Don’t let this happen to you or your loved ones. If you or anyone you know is suffering from the aftermath of a trucking accident, the J. Gonzalez Injury Attorneys can help. It’s time to get the compensation you deserve for your medical bills, car damages and loss of wages. Contact our office in McAllen for more information today.