Accidents with large commercial trucks can cause devastating damage and injuries. If the truck driver, trucking company, or other related party was at fault for the accident, that party should be held responsible for their negligent actions. If you are a truck accident victim, you need to make sure you bring a legal claim against the correct party to make sure you can properly recover for your losses. Furthermore, in some situations, more than one party may share fault in causing a truck accident. In those scenarios, victims want to ensure they bring claims against all potentially liable parties in order to receive the maximum compensation possible. The experienced Coweta County truck accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Shane Smith know how to determine fault in sometimes complicated truck accident cases.
There are many potential causes for truck accidents, and the cause of your particular accident may not be readily apparent. Moreover, many times the different parties will point fingers at each other and will not admit fault. For this reason, experts often must reconstruct the accident and analyze the scene and the vehicles involved in order to determine the underlying cause of the accident.
Some common truck accident reasons include:
These are only some of the potential causes of commercial truck accidents.
Contact a Coweta County personal injury attorney for a free consultation
Following an accident with a large commercial truck, determining the cause of the accident is crucially important. Because determining the cause may require technical analysis and utilization of trucking and accident reconstruction experts, you should always contact an experienced truck accident lawyer who has these resources and can assist in making this determination. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Shane Smith will work hard to make sure you receive the full compensation you deserve, so do not hesitate to call out office at (770) 487-8999 for help.