Multiple parties might be liable for your trucking accident

When you experience a trucking accident, there is a possibility of severe damage or injury. You expect compensation for the loss you incur, but it is not as simple as filing a claim with the trucking company responsible for the crash.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration reports the involvement of 5,237 large trucks or buses in fatal crashes in 2019. Accidents involving a large vehicle can be lethal for pedestrians and drivers of smaller cars. It is important to understand that many parties can be liable in such a situation.Multiple parties might be liable for your trucking accident

Who might be at fault for your trucking accident?

There are many companies and entities that contribute to the trucking process. Negligence from any party could be a factor in a devasting traffic accident. The parties that could be liable in a trucking accident include:

  • The trucking company
  • The team loading the truck
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Truck part manufacturers
  • The truck driver
  • Any insurance companies representing the above parties

Why are trucking accidents so complex?

If you suffer as a result of a trucking accident, it can be difficult to receive your due compensation. The many parties that could be liable for an accident lend to the complexity of the case, but each of these entities likely has an entire team of lawyers to protect their interests. You should have a team of truck accident attorneys on your side, too.

Overcoming the traumatic experience of a truck accident might not come easy, especially if it becomes difficult to file a compensation claim. With an understanding of who might be at fault for the incident, you will be better prepared to reach a favorable conclusion to this unfortunate matter.

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