How Are Truck Accident Cases Different From Car Accident Claims?
In most car accidents, the case is typically limited to the negligent driver and any parties who were injured due to his or her negligence. In a truck accident, there can be numerous parties who might share in the liability for the accident, additional parties that need to be considered and unique areas of law that need to be addressed, including:
- Trucking companies
- Cargo companies
- Truck manufacturers
- Parts manufacturers
- Truck maintenance companies
- Multiple vehicle drivers
- Multiple insurance companies
- Federal regulations
When you are choosing a Sacramento truck accident attorney, having someone who knows how to properly investigate the accident and has the ability to definitively identify the responsible parties can go a long way toward securing the compensation you deserve. We understand the unique requirements of dealing with each of these parties. We know when to negotiate, and we know when to go to trial. You will not find a more dedicated advocate committed to the positive resolution of your truck accident claim.
Understanding Federal Trucking Law
It is also important to have an attorney who understands federal trucking regulations. Someone who knows how to gather and accurately interpret information from logbooks and onboard black boxes can present a more compelling case in support of your right to damages. You want a firm that is not afraid to go up against multiple insurance companies or state agencies such as those in charge of maintaining roadways. The attorneys of Kreeger Law Firm know how to manage truck accident cases, and we have a solid track record of success to show for it.
Call Kreeger Law Firm Now – Free Consultation
If you have been injured in a truck accident, contact one of our offices in Roseville or Sacramento to schedule a free consultation. We are happy to meet at your home or the hospital if necessary. Call 916-782-8400 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.