18 Wheeler Accident

Truck Accidents

The trucking industry also has many drivers that are on drugs or alcohol to help them spend hours and hours driving to meet deadlines.  From speed and other forms of uppers to over the counter stimulants that keep the driver awake, the combination of tried overworked drivers on drugs and driving large commercial vehicles can cause devastating automobile accidents.  These truck collisions are too often caused by several ton trucks attempting to travel to fast, getting to close to passenger vehicles, or not slowing down for weather.  When traveling on highways it is important to give these big vehicles room and if one is driving recklessly or speeding, to give that truck driver some room. 

Drugged, untrained, overworked, or inexperienced drivers all too often lose control of their large several ton commercial vehicles causing them to jackknife, overturn, or collide with passenger vehicles. When this happens it is typically the passengers of the smaller vehicle that suffer. If this has happened to you or someone you love it is a good idea to obtain excellent legal representation to protect your or your loved one's rights and to make sure that an investigation as to the cause of the collision in done correctly.

If you have been seriously injured by in a car crash, motorcycle accident, or other automobile collision, it is important to seek medical help to determine how to treat the head trauma, herniated discs & back injuries, broken bones, or injuries you have suffered. It is then a good idea to contact the authorities and/or explore a possible law suit to make sure that the wrongful act or hazardous conditions can be remedied.

For a free evaluation of your drunk driver automobile accident, vehicle collision, bus crash, truck accident, motorcycle wreck, or car crash claim, please contact The Law Offices of Brain White.  Please include the date of the accident, location of accident, your name, injuries suffered, and a brief description of the accident. 

 

 

 

 



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