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Truck Safety Violation Accidents

You may have had a close call on the highway with a trucker. If that’s the case, you know how frightening it can be to operate a vehicle next to one of these big rigs. You don’t want to be in a compact vehicle, or riding alongside an 18 wheeler on a motorcycle for miles on end. It can be quite overwhelming.

If the driver of that truck doesn’t see you, and he or she is trying to change lanes while you are in the blind spot, this can be a risky situation.

On the freeway, most motorists experience this on a day-to-day basis. The truck driver has the advantage. Thus, he or she should keep an eye out for motor vehicle operators driving in a blind spot. The motorist may not even pay attention to certain maneuvers.

Essentially, becoming aware of involved risks in operating a truck, you can diminish your own risk in the involvement of a severe accident.

This is why driving a truck safely is extremely important.

Truck Accident Case Liability

To be victorious in your truck accident case, you may need to prove that the driver of the truck, and any other parties involved such as the employer, are responsible or liable for any injuries you sustained. The company of the truck driver can be liable for any damages. Employers may be liable for collisions their employees become involved in, and during the routine course of business.

A viable way to prove liability is to confirm that the trucking company or truck driver broke moving violation laws; this can instantly prove negligence. “Negligence per se” is this legal concept. The driver of the truck, for example, may have been drinking and driving. That is against the law.

To prove the truck company may be negligent, another way is to confirm it employed negligently a subpar driver. Employing a driver, for example, who had several convictions for driving while intoxicated without fulfilling any background check.


Among the leading causes of all injuries, vehicle accidents result in 6 million collisions reported here in the United States. Approximately 30,000, among these, would be referred to as fatal.

About 2 million crashes involved additional injuries. They result in damage, which can be severe. Economically, the cost of vehicle collisions can estimate to billions of dollars per year. This is about $1000 for every living individual in America.

From vehicle accidents, injuries range between each individual, vehicle collision to vehicle collision. Several of them are more common than others. Thus, it’s best to contact a physician for more specific cases and information.

Crucial vehicle collisions can leave immense emotional scars on those who have sustained these injuries. Individuals who witness automobile crashes can be affected as well.

If you or a loved one suffer an injury in a vehicle collision, you should immediately contact an experienced automobile injury attorney. A lawyer can evaluate your case, and provide assistance to discover if funds are owed to you to cover vehicle injury expenses. Contact us for a free consultation or call Anzalone Law Firm PLLC, at: 603.548.3797.

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