Common Truck Driver Errors that Lead to Crashes
Almost 500,000 large commercial trucks were involved in crashes in a recent year in the U.S. When semi-trucks hit smaller vehicles, they can cause widespread destruction and injuries. Victims of crashes can hold at-fault parties liable for their losses, but they must determine what exactly led to their truck accidents. Too often, the cause comes down to truck driver error.
If you believe a truck driver caused your injuries, reach out for help from a Beverly Hills truck accident lawyer immediately.
Truck drivers must have commercial licenses and special training, but they can still make mistakes like anyone else on the road. There are many errors that truckers can make that cause collisions, including:
- Speeding or driving too fast for conditions
- Distracted driving
- Impaired driving
- Aggressive driving
- Violating traffic laws
- Violating federal trucking regulations
- Not checking blind spots
- Improper lane changes
When a truck driver makes mistakes or acts recklessly, they should be liable for any harm they cause to others. Our lawyers can investigate the cause of your crash and determine if the truck driver was to blame.
Even though it was the driver’s fault, you might also hold the trucking company responsible for the accident. This is because companies are vicariously liable for the actions of their employees. This can increase the available insurance coverage for your severe injuries and losses.
Speak to an Experienced Beverly Hills Truck Accident Attorney
Truck accident claims are always complicated, even if it is clear the truck driver was at fault. If you suffered injuries in a traumatizing accident, you need legal help from Jalilvand Law. We handle tough cases against trucking companies, and we do not back down. Contact us online or call us at 310.478.5800 for a free case evaluation today.