Common Factors Leading To Trucking Crashes

Truck drivers play an essential role in our economy but also bear a tremendous responsibility to operate their vehicles safely and within the law. Trucking companies are regulated for good reason. Some of the most horrific crashes on Wisconsin roadways involve 18-wheelers and other commercial trucks. These crashes take a tremendous human toll, as you may have tragically discovered.

If you or a family member has been injured in a car-truck collision or any other trucking crash, please contact our law firm today. The legal team at Sparr, Belville & Brown, LLC, will bring decades of experience and insight to bear on your case. Our focus will be on your needs and what we need to do to take of them, from proving truck crash causes that establish liability to documenting the true cost and impact of your injuries or loss.

Establishing Driver Fatigue, Safety Shortcuts And Other Truck Crash Causes

Having delivered sizable recoveries for individuals and families harmed by crashes, we have gained extensive knowledge of how trucking companies operate and how insurers attempt to defend their own interests. Trucking crash causes that can be proven with the right investigation and resources include:

  • Driver fatigue — often disguised by inaccurate log books and denied by the driver and trucking company
  • A semi or delivery truck driver’s inattentive or intoxicated driving — or the employer’s failure to screen and properly train its drivers
  • Known maintenance or safety problems with the truck
  • Violations of federal and state trucking regulations, such as load restrictions and many safety requirements

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You can work with Oshkosh trucking crash lawyers with over 30 years of combined legal experience in personal injury law. Whether you were involved in a low-speed crash causing soft-tissue injuries or a highway car-truck collision that has dramatically changed your life, we can help — beginning with a free, no-risk case evaluation.