Truck vs. Truck Accident
When more than one commercial truck is involved in a collision, often due to the large size and weight of the trucks, the amount of damage is very high. In these situations, there may be large amounts of physical (both cosmetic and mechanical) damage to the trucks, damage/destruction of the cargo, injury to the truck driver, injury to truck passengers, and even damage to public property and injury to by standing motorists. When involved in a double commercial truck collision, it is crucial that you retain legal council that specializes in this type of litigation.
Pacific Attorney Group has a legal team that is skilled and qualified to represent all parties that may be involved in a double commercial truck collision. If you are a truck driver who was injured as a result of a trucking accident that took place while operating a truck for your employer, you may be entitled to compensation from your employer in addition to compensation from the negligent / at fault party. At Pacific Attorney Group, we can guide you through the process of filing a claim for workers’ compensation. We can help you better understand the language and terms of the workers’ compensation and insurance policy carried by your employer.
Liability in a Truck Collision with Another Commercial Truck
Often when more than one commercial vehicle is involved in a collision, accusations of blame and liability can be hastily assessed and assigned. If you have found yourself potentially in this situation, expert legal counsel would likely be necessary to fully explore and examine all facts and conditions in order to legally prove that you are not liable for the collision. If found liable for causing an accident while operating a commercial truck, you may be subject to a suspension or even revocation of your commercial driver’s license, which would ultimately result in the loss of your actual and current/future eligibility for employment.
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