Poor Truck Maintenance & Accidents Explained by Lawyers in Texas
Poor Vehicle Maintenance Causing Truck Wrecks
Poor truck maintenance as the cause of serious truck accidents leading to injury and death is unacceptable. FMCSA rules and regulations are in place to help prevent this from happening, but unfortunately, oversight, negligence, and recklessness can get the better of the judgment of those in charge of truck repairs and upkeep. If you or someone close to you has suffered because of poor truck maintenance in an accident, the skilled Texas trucking accident attorneys at Williams & Brown LLP may be able to help. For a free consultation and to learn more about your options, call us today at (888) 741-6200 or (254) 741-6200.
Stay Positive & Be Proactive
Proving poor truck maintenance can be challenging due to the efforts put in place by truck owners and trucking companies to cover up their trail and build their own defenses. However, with the right legal team on your side, you may be able to successfully prove fault.
As difficult as the aftermath of a truck crash may be, it is important for survivors or family members of wrongful death victims to explore their legal rights and learn more about the law as it applies to protecting their best interests.
Staying positive and taking a proactive approach to protecting your rights and your future can be a part of the recovery process. However, you don't have to go through this alone. Your attorney may assist you in consulting with accident reconstruction experts as well as medical experts to highlight the events leading up to the crash and the severity of your injuries on life functioning and well-being.
Money for Your Losses in Texas
Whether the truck accident was caused by poor maintenance of tires, engine, breaks, transmission, or other vital parts, you may be entitled to compensation for expenses associated with medical care and treatment. Sadly, truck crash injuries are often severe, some of which include broken bones, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Depending on the scope of an injury, an injured survivor may require lifelong medical attention, if not for months or years.
Compensation may also make a world of difference for an individual who can no longer perform the same job duties or who cannot work at all due to their injuries. Past and future lost wages and benefits may be won in these instances. Vocational training may also be paid for if an individual needs to pursue a new line of work.
Although no amount of money can undo the damage that's been done, compensation may also be awarded for pain and suffering and different forms of mental anguish brought about by the wreck and subsequent injuries.
Waco TX Truck Accident Attorneys Providing Effective Legal Representation
At Williams & Brown LLP, we live up to our reputation of providing quality legal counsel and representation through personal attention and effective strategies. Our leading Waco personal injury lawyers have over 50 years of experience between the two of them in upholding justice. To get your questions answered and begin the process of filing a claim or lawsuit, please fill out a contact form today.