Construction Truck Accidents
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Accidents involving big construction trucks occur frequently. These dangerous trucks can cause serious wrecks while traveling back and forth to a construction site or as other vehicles pass a road construction site. They can and do injure and kill construction workers at work sites. These big, potentially lethal trucks include:
What To Do After a Truck Accident – A Conversation With Darryl Isaacs
Construction truck accident lawyer Darryl Isaacs sat down to address questions for those who have been involved in a crash involving big rig trucks or other large commercial vehicles. Join us in this radio episode of “Ask The Hammer,” the podcast exploring the legal matters that matter most. Play the episode directly below.
Construction Truck and Trailer Accidents Due to Negligence
Construction trucks are harder to maneuver and have poor visibility. If the person operating a construction truck is not properly trained, an accident could result in serious injury or death to construction site workers and occupants of other vehicles on or around the construction truck.
Lack of training isn’t the only thing that could cause an accident. Construction dump trucks have been known to crash into other vehicles because of a mechanical failure such as malfunctioning brakes. These trucks, along with semi-tractor trailers are the leaders in causing backover accidents due to poor visibility and lack of or malfunctioning safety alarms.
Other trucks like cherry pickers and forklifts have a huge potential to cause injury and death if they are not maintained up to safety standards and operated by well trained, alert drivers. Federal Highway Administration statistics on fatal accidents involving road construction trucks show that for 80 percent of these fatalities, the driver of the other, smaller vehicle is killed. Many of these horrific accidents could be prevented if operators were properly trained and the trucks and work zones kept up to federal safety standards.
Isaacs & Isaacs Truck Accident Lawyers Can Help You
If you or somebody you love was seriously injured or killed in an accident involving a construction truck, you will need help from an attorney with experience in such incidents to determine if the driver or owner of the truck was negligent. In some cases, several parties could be held liable. Our truck accident lawyers are familiar with the federal safety requirements for trucks and work zones, and we have decades of experience investigating construction accident scenes.
We will help you to recover the money you need to heal and go forward with your life. Call us today at 800-800-888, or fill out our online form to talk to an experienced construction truck accident lawyer now.