Truck Accident Lawyer in Greensboro
We’re 30 Years Strong, and We’re Just Getting Started
When you’re dealing with a large vehicle weighing anywhere between 20,000 and 80,000 pounds, you’re sure to wind up with some serious, if not deadly, injuries. Truck accident injuries may not be quite as common as your run-of-the-mill passenger vehicle crash, but they can be extremely devastating when they occur. Because of this, crash victims often find themselves dealing with severe injuries that leave them with mounting medical expenses, lost earnings, and mounting bills, not to mention the trauma and stress of the incident itself.
If you were injured in a truck accident, our firm wants to hear from you. These types of accidents may be caused by truck company negligence, mechanical defects, irresponsible driving, or any number of other major issues. By contacting our experienced firm, you can take the first step towards holding the liable party responsible for the harm they caused you.
Why Crumley Roberts?
Since establishing our firm in 1989, our case managers, investigators, attorneys, and the rest of our caring staff have dedicated their time to helping the injured get back on their feet after a devastating accident. At Crumley Roberts, we truly mean it when we say we care about our clients, and we have more than 5,000 five-star reviews from past clients to prove it. Additionally, we have secured more than $500 million in settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients, and we may be able to help you, too.
Call (866) 691-0607 to get in touch with our firm to schedule an initial consultation. Our Greensboro truck accident attorneys are available 24/7 to take your call.
Common Types of Truck Accidents & Their Causes
Truck accidents can take on many shapes and forms, and can include anything from a head-on collision to a roll-over crash, jackknife accident, or brake failure. By first looking at the nature of the crash, we can begin to investigate the circumstances that led to that incident in order to identify the liable party.
For example, if the accident was a rollover crash caused by an imbalanced cargo load, the cargo-loading company might be liable for the crash.
In another case, if the driver falls asleep at the wheel and crashes head-on into another car, the driver might be liable. However, the trucking company might also be liable if they failed to enforce trucking laws that prohibit a driver from driving more than 11 hours consecutively.
Determining the cause of a truck accident can be tricky because each situation is unique, which is why it is so important to speak with an experienced truck accident attorney as soon as possible. Our team can assess the circumstances of your crash and help identify the liable party and take necessary action to seek justice on your behalf.
Who Is Responsible for My Damages?
Determining which party is liable for damages after a crash can be quite complex, depending on the circumstances of your crash. In some situations, multiple parties might be liable for the damage you suffered, while in other cases, only the trucking company or driver might be responsible.
Those most often found liable for truck accidents include:
The trucking company
The cargo loading company
The truck owner
The vehicle or vehicle part manufacturer
At Crumley Roberts, We Stand Up For You
Ready to get started on your case? We understand how difficult this time can be, which is why we want to join you as a partner and walk you through each step of the legal process as we pursue compensation on your behalf. Our attorneys know what is on the line for you, and we want to put our experience and resources to work to pursue maximum compensation for the injuries you suffered. If you think you have a case, let our team help you take a stand.