Traffic crashes are reported every 200 seconds in Alabama.1 Don’t wait to reach out for help if you’ve been in an accident.
Truck collisions are not equal to other accidents. They don’t have the same consequences and the injuries sustained by victims are often far more serious than the injuries that typically result from a normal vehicle accident. That’s no surprise, of course, once you take the facts into account. Trucks, especially semi-trucks and other big rigs, are much larger than other passenger vehicles on the road. When one of them hits you, whether you’re walking or driving your own car, the force is incredible. They often result in catastrophic injuries that change lives forever.
Unlike smaller vehicles, truck drivers truly have no room for error. That’s something we all count on truckers and their companies to have learned before they ever travel on the roads. Driving a large commercial vehicle is a responsibility that must be upheld. And, indeed, there is a certain standard of care that must be taken when truck drivers are traveling. If they fail to live up to this standard, then they might be considered negligent and at-fault for a resulting crash.
Truck accident lawyers in Alabama understand what negligence looks like in truck crash cases. They know what evidence to look for in order to determine fault. Make no mistake about it – truck drivers and their company want you to be found at least partially at fault for the crash in order to avoid paying for damages for what they caused. They will stop at nothing to discredit you.
That’s where Isaacs & Isaacs and their assembled team of Alabama truck accident attorneys come into play. They will investigate all potential instances of negligence, including: