Why Are Truck Accident Claims Complicated?
Truck accident claims involve different rules and regulations than other motor vehicle claims do. For example, government regulations govern the length of time a truck driver is allowed to be on the road. These regulations are intended to keep drivers who are tired or sleepy off the road.
As experienced truck accident lawyers, we know that most truck drivers are paid either by the mile, the hour or the job; therefore, many truck drivers ignore restrictions on driving time in order to make more money. These drivers often keep two sets of driving logs in order to hide their conduct.
Located in Dallas, Texas, and assisting victims and their families across the United States, the Texas truck accident lawyers at the Rasansky Law Firm can help you evaluate your claim and obtain the compensation you and your family deserve.
Who Was Responsible For Your Truck Accident?
It is important to make sure that you name all the right parties to your claim. Failure to name a responsible party could result in a failure to obtain full compensation for you and your family, and in some circumstances, might preclude you from recovering any compensation.
Our experienced car accident lawyers understand the various parties that may have contributed to your truck accident, and we know how to properly investigate your accident to ensure we name all the contributing parties.
Some of those parties to your truck accident claim may include the following:
- Truck Driver.
- Company that hired the driver.
- Owner of the truck cab or trailer.
- Truck cargo loaders.
- Trucking and truck parts manufacturer.
Regardless of where in Texas your vehicle accident happened, you can count on the Rasansky Law Firm. Our Texas truck accident lawyers promise every client three things: Respect, Resources, and Results. Contact us today and discover what it feels like to have experienced car wreck attorneys treat you like their most important client.