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Who’s liable for injuries from a trucking accident?

Accidents involving large trucks can be catastrophic. The resulting injures are often severe and life-changing. After a truck accident, you need to pursue the compensation you need and deserve. You need to demand accountability from all liable parties.

Negligence often goes beyond the driver of an 18-wheeler

It may seem like most of the blame for an 18-wheeler accident should be put on the driver. After all, that is the person who was in control of the truck at the time of the accident. However, other potential avenues of compensation may also exist.

The driver’s employer may be partially liable for several reasons. The employer may have demanded that drivers stay on the road for longer than the law allows. A trucking company may have employed a driver who did not meet the necessary qualifications for the job. If a mechanic at the company performed negligent maintenance on the vehicle, that might have factored into the accident.

Insurance providers are not looking out for your best interests

The trucking company’s insurance carrier will pressure you to settle your claim as quickly as possible. Remember that insurance providers exist to turn a profit. They are not looking out for your best interests. It’s important to discuss your case with a skilled professional before accepting any settlement offer.

Demanding accountability while pursuing the help you need

Determining liability for an 18-wheeler accident is about more than maximizing compensation. It’s about demanding accountability. By identifying all negligent parties, you can help ensure accountability. You can help send a message that negligent actions will not be tolerated on Texas roadways.

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