Cary Truck Accident Injury Attorneys
We’re All Traveling the Same Road – Let’s Move Forward Together
A total of 4,176 individuals died in truck accidents in 2018, according to theU.S. Department of Transportation's Fatality Analysis Reporting System, 67% of which were in passenger vehicles. Needless to say, large trucks can be extremely dangerous if they’re out of control, and they often cause substantial damage to anything, or anyone, in the nearby vicinity. If you or someone you love was harmed in a truck accident in Cary, our attorneys at Crumley Roberts are prepared to help.
Why Crumley Roberts?
At Crumley Roberts, we truly care about our community and our clients. We’re committed to our clients’ well being, first and foremost, and we always take care to provide each case with a personalized approach. We understand that you’re going through an extremely difficult period in your life, which is why we want to use our knowledge and experience to make this process easier for you. We have more than 30 years of experience on our side, and we’re just getting started.
Trust our firm to stand up for you. Call (866) 691-0607 to schedule a free initial consultation with our Cary truck accident lawyers.
How Are Trucking Companies Negligent?
There are several parties who could be liable for your injuries after a truck accident, but trucking companies are the most common culprits. Trucking companies are responsible for enforcing trucking laws and regulations to keep their drivers, and everyone else on the road, safe. If a company is negligent in their hiring practices, or if they provide drivers with inadequate training, fail to maintain their vehicles, or enforce unsafe driving practices, they could be liable for any damage that occurs as a result of their negligence. Even if the truck driver was at fault for the accident, there may be underlying issues at play that could leave some responsibility on the shoulders of the trucking company.
To find out who could be liable for the damages in your accident, the best thing you can do is discuss your situation with an experienced truck accident attorney. Our team at Crumley Roberts has more than three decades of experience representing the wrongly injured, and we’re here for you when tragedy strikes.
Different Types of Truck accidents
Due to their large size, trucks can be difficult to maneuver and control, and if anything goes wrong while on the road, (whether due to mechanical error or driver carelessness) the resulting damage can be catastrophic.
Common types of truck accidents include:
- Jackknife accidents
- Head-on collisions
- Rollover accidents
- Cargo spills
- Unsecured trailer accidents
- Rear-end accidents
- Underride accidents
What Type of Compensation Could I Claim?
Depending on the nature and severity of your crash, you could be eligible to receive compensation for any damages you sustained in relation to your truck accident. Damages might include medical bills, future medical expenses, property damage, pain and suffering, and loss of wages while out of work. Determining the exact value of a truck accident claim is far more complicated, and varies on a case-by-case basis, which is why it’s always best to discuss the particulars of your situation with a professional.
Experienced Attorneys Committed To Doing What’s Right
After a truck accident, you need to contact an attorney to learn more about your rights. You could be wondering how you’ll pay your medical bills while also coping with painful injuries, and trying to figure out your work situation, not to mention dealing with the trauma of the accident itself. Whatever you’re up against, our firm is here to offer you reliable counsel and support when you need it most. We truly care about our clients, and if you choose to work with our attorneys, we can use our ample experience to build a case on your behalf.