When The Truck Company Is Negligent
Truck accidents can be the most devastating type of motor vehicle accident, in addition to being the most complex. Trucking companies and their insurance providers put up extremely tough defenses in most cases, but trucking accident personal injury compensation is almost always worth aggressively pursuing.
Trucking companies carry large insurance policies because they are required to by law, and they know that their vehicles are capable of causing extreme damages. When a multiton truck collides with a passenger vehicle, the result is almost always harmful and sometimes deadly.
At Flesch & Beck Law, we handle trucking accident cases throughout the Colorado Front Range, and we have 20 years of experience in negotiations and court trials maximizing compensation for our clients. Call our firm at 720-689-0322 to schedule a FREE, no-obligation consultation with a lawyer who can get to work for you today. We are available 24/7 by phone.
What Is Trucking Company Negligence?
Trucking companies may be negligent to the point of causing an accident in several ways, including:
- Improperly loading trucks or securing cargo
- Allowing overweight trucks on the road
- Poor maintenance of tires, brakes, cargo door latches, lights and many other parts
- Forcing or otherwise influencing drivers to violate hours of service regulations
- Negligent hiring or training practices
Truck drivers may also be liable for negligence. Our attorneys can quickly determine who was at fault in your trucking accident through an independent investigation, and we can guide you through every step of your claim on the way to the full and fair compensation you deserve.
Investigating Trucking Companies For Negligence
Our team independently investigates all truck accident cases we handle. We collaborate with experts in the trucking industry, medical fields and life care planning. Trucking companies and insurance companies get to work quickly investigating truck accident claims, so it is important that you counter their actions to diminish the value of your case quickly.
We will find evidence to prove that the trucking company or truck driver violated a duty of care and that breach of duty to your safety was the cause of the accident. But doing so demands an in-depth investigation and a commitment from you to the following:
- Thoroughly documenting your injuries
- Speaking with our team before making recorded statements
- Following these steps to take after your accident
Get Representation That Puts Your Needs First
We are hands-on and customer-focused, and we are available to you 24/7. Please call us at 720-689-0322 or email our team to arrange a free consultation. We have offices in Denver and Englewood to serve clients throughout the Colorado Front Range. We look forward to speaking with you.