The death rate for motor vehicle wrecks involving trucks is 50 percent higher than for car wrecks. The sheer difference in size between a large commercial truck and a standard passenger automobile means truck crashes in Kentucky often have serious or fatal consequences. If you or a loved one has been harmed in a truck accident due to no fault of your own, you need a seasoned Pike County truck accident lawyer in your corner. Fortunately, you’ve come to the right place. Contact Shane Hall Attorney at Law, PLLC for help today.
There are nearly 500,000 truck wrecks across America each year, with 1 out of 9 traffic fatalities resulting from large truck wrecks. If you or a loved one was involved in a big truck wreck, it is important to contact a qualified Pike County, KY auto accident lawyer as soon as possible. Fortunately, you are in the right place.
To effectively handle your trucking case, your attorney MUST know the federal and state trucking laws. Big truck negligence often stems from a trucking company’s desire to save money. They often hire drivers with little experience and little knowledge of safety regulations. These companies also put pressure on drivers to work excessively long hours. Unfortunately, such conduct often results in poor driving decisions and catastrophic wrecks.
Trucking companies can be held liable for driver negligence, negligent training, negligent hiring, improper licensing, and negligent retention of unsuitable drivers. Your attorney should be able to expose any of the following negligent actions in your wreck:
When driver negligence causes a trucking wreck, victims are entitled to compensation. The insurance providers for the trucking companies act very quickly after a crash to minimize liability and limit the amount of compensation offered to injury victims. In order to receive a full recovery for your injuries, it is essential to immediately retain a truck accident lawyer experienced in trucking cases. Our firm is highly experienced in handling truck crash cases, and we stand ready to handle your case.
The statute of limitations for auto accident lawsuits in Kentucky is, generally, two years. This leaves accident victims with only two years from the date of their accident to sue for compensation. Don’t make the mistake of waiting. Speak with a seasoned truck accident lawyer as soon after your accident as you can.
No one injured due to the negligence of others should have to fight for the compensation they need to heal on their own. Shane Hall Attorney at Law, PLLC is here to help. Contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation with our dedicated legal team.
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