Pursuing Truck Driver Error or Negligence Claims
While large commercial trucks do pose an inherent danger to the comparatively smaller vehicles around them, this danger may be critically mitigated by a well-trained, experienced driver. Sadly, however, even the very best drivers may make a driving error or behave negligently and contribute to a serious accident. When an accident does occur, the injuries and property damages that result are typically more severe than in accidents involving other, smaller vehicle classes.
Common Forms of Truck Driver Error & Negligence
While drivers are required to undergo extensive safety training that satisfies both federal and state guidelines, some drivers still fail to adhere to their training and engage in one or more of the following dangerous behaviors:
- Failure to Signal Turns
- Aggressive Driving
- Driving with Overweight Load
- Driving During Adverse Conditions
Should any of the above-listed actions contribute to an accident, it is more than likely that the driver may be held financially liable for any of the resulting damages sustained by the victims of the accident. With that in mind, it may be critical that victims retain legal representation as soon after their accident as they possibly can to help them recover any associated damages.
Consult with a Fort Worth Truck Driver Error & Negligence Attorney
At the Woodson Law Firm, our Fort Worth truck driver error and negligence attorneys are committed to helping accident victims recover any and all damages sustained as the result of another person’s recklessness or negligence. To discuss the particulars of your accident with one of our personal injury attorneys, please call our Fort Worth offices at (817) 338-0303 today.