Who Can Be Held Responsible for a Tractor Trailer Accident?
There are many parties who may share responsibility for a commercial truck accident. Whether those parties are careless with the truck’s operation, manufacture, or maintenance, they could be held liable for any property damage, injuries, and medical bills resulting from an accident.
If you or someone you love was injured in a truck accident, let Henson Fuerst help you. Our North Carolina truck accident lawyers are familiar with trucking industry regulations, and we have the experience to investigate your accident to determine who was at fault. Call us at (919) 781-1107 or fill out a free initial consultation form, and let us help you get the money you need for your accident-related expenses and lost wages.
Identifying Liable Parties
When you call Henson Fuerst to help you file a truck accident claim, we’ll examine the accident scene to determine who was responsible. Potentially responsible parties may include the:
- truck driver,
- truck manufacturer,
- truck owner,
- trucking company,
- and drivers of other vehicles.
It’s important that you call our truck accident lawyers soon after the accident occurs. If you wait too long, important evidence for your case—such as vehicle debris and tire marks—may be lost from the accident scene. This can make it more difficult for us to identify who was responsible for the accident.
Let Henson Fuerst Fight for You
Finding out who’s responsible for the accident is just the first step toward getting you compensation. We also have to negotiate with the trucking company or driver’s insurance provider. But at Henson Fuerst, we’re not intimidated by big insurance companies, and we won’t back down. Let us fight for your rights to the recovery you deserve.
Call us today at (919) 781-1107 or fill out a free consultation form online. When you call, you will speak with an experienced North Carolina Truck Accident attorney absolutely FREE. We will investigate every detail of your accident at no cost to you and fight hard to ensure your rights are protected.