Who Is Responsible for Your Truck Accident?
Our Connecticut Personal Injury Lawyers Can Find the Liable Party
Many truck accidents are caused by negligence or a failure to uphold accepted safe driving standards. A truck or car driver can be considered liable-or legally accountable-for the injuries and damages sustained in a truck accident if they are found to have caused the accident through negligence. When a truck accident occurs, liability for the accident falls on the person or company whose negligence caused the violation.
Responsible parties in a truck accident can include:
- Car drivers, pedestrians, and cyclists
- Truck manufacturers
- Truck drivers
- Truck owners
- Trucking companies
- Federal, state, or local governments if poor road conditions contributed to the accident
If you’ve been injured in a truck accident, don’t wait to get the legal help you need. It’s important to contact an attorney immediately to begin building your case before evidence is lost or destroyed. Our Connecticut truck accident lawyers at Carter Mario Injury Lawyers have the resources to prove who caused the accident, and we’ll do everything we can to help you get the compensation you deserve.
Tell us about your truck accident during a free initial consultation: (203) 876-2711
Wish to Obtain Compensation? Contact Carter Mario Injury Lawyers.
It can sometimes be difficult to prove who’s at-fault and financially responsible for an accident when the driver, the truck, the trailer, and the trucking company may all have different insurance providers.
At Carter Mario Injury Lawyers, we know how to investigate truck accidents, and we can seek out the insurance company that should be held responsible for paying your medical bills and lost wages. It’s our goal to see you get better. We are proud of the fact that we have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients.
Contact us today for well-versed legal representation.