Truck Accident

Truck Accident Attorney in Phoenix

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When standard-size vehicles collide with large commercial trucks, the chances of someone sustaining a serious or fatal injury are high. Not only can multi-ton trucks cause serious damage on their own, but heavy and hazardous cargo can also cause extensive harm. Whatever the case may be, when victims suffer harm in preventable truck accidents, they may be able to hold negligent trucking companies liable.

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Understanding Truck Accidents

Trucks are massive machines, and because they're heavy, difficult to maneuver, and slow to stop, they present a danger to everyone on public roads. Because of this, the trucking industry is heavily regulated to ensure that trucking companies and truck drivers play by the rules and take reasonable steps to keep the public safe from common causes of truck accidents.

Below are common causes of truck accidents:

  • Negligent Drivers – Careless and negligent truck drivers present a danger to everyone. This is why federal regulators enforce a number of laws to ensure drivers act responsibly. These laws include strict drug and alcohol policies to prevent impaired driving accidents, strict license and training requirements, and other various laws that prohibit negligent behaviors such as texting while driving, distracted driving, speeding, and aggressive driving.
  • Trucking Company Negligence – Trucking companies are required by law to ensure their vehicles and drivers are safe. These means that trucking companies must keep detailed records, ensure that vehicles don't have defective equipment, and properly train drivers.
  • Overworked Drivers Tired drivers pose a serious hazard on public roadways. For this reason, trucking laws have strict policies in place to regulate the hours truck drivers can and cannot work. These laws are known as Hours-of-Service regulations.

If you have recently been injured in a truck accident, it is in your best interest to contact a lawyer as soon as possible. An experienced Phoenix truck accident lawyer at Knowles Law Firm, PLC can help explain trucking regulations, help to prepare your case, and help you recover damages for your injuries, pain and suffering, emotional distress, property loss, current and future medical expenses, lost wages, lost future wages, and decreased quality of life. If you lost a loved one in truck accident, the firm can help you file a wrongful death lawsuit against the person responsible for the accident.

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Knowles Law Firm, PLC focuses of protecting the rights of victims and families after they've suffered preventable harm. Our legal team knows that being involved in an accident can be a frightening and overwhelming experience, which is why we fully support and fight for our clients throughout their legal journeys. Our goals are to maximize compensation from negligent trucking companies. Because these trucking companies often fight these claims aggressively, it is important that you work with experienced and proven lawyers.

To learn more about your legal rights, your case, and what our truck accident attorneys can do to help you, contact us today. We serve clients throughout Arizona.

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