Injured in a Trucking Accident?
Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys in Phoenix
Commercial trucks, such as 18-wheelers, are massive and can cause serious
damage to other vehicles and drivers on the road if not operated in a
safe and correct manner. If you or a loved one has been
seriously injured, or even
killed, in a commercial trucking accident due to the negligence of another party,
it is crucial to hire an experienced legal team as soon as possible.
consultation with our firm by calling (602) 483-6869 today.
At Montoya, Lucero & Pastor, P.A., our Phoenix
personal injury lawyers will collect detailed evidence, create a strong case in your favor, and
work to help you receive the justice and compensation that you rightly
deserve. Whether we are able to resolve your case out of court by working
with the insurance company or need to take it to trial, trust us to be
by your side throughout every step of the process!
Some common causes of commercial trucking accidents include:
- Faulty equipment or parts on the truck
- Drivers who are fatigued from driving too many hours on the road
- Poor / insufficient training of the driver by the trucking company
- Poor maintenance on the truck
- Driver under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Overloaded or incorrect distribution of the cargo
- Defects on the road
- Violation of traffic safety laws by the driver
- Hazardous materials onboard the truck
Fighting Aggressively to Hold Trucking Companies Responsible
Trucking companies and their drivers are held to strict federal regulations,
and violating these rules should never go unpunished. Whatever the specific
cause of your injuries, you may be eligible to receive damages, including
past and current medical bills and lost wages. During your
initial consultation, our team of Phoenix personal injury attorneys will work to better understand
your case, advise if you may qualify for compensation, and create a comprehensive
and aggressive plan of action moving forward.
Call our office at (602) 483-6869 and learn more!
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