Weighing around 80,000 pounds when fully loaded, semi trucks pose an incredible risk to other motorists. A driver error that would have been a fender bender between two passenger cars can turn into a devastating collision when a semi is involved.
In the aftermath of a truck accident, it’s important to have someone take the necessary steps to hold the trucking company accountable. Trucks often have black boxes and sometimes dash cameras that can provide a lot of information about an accident. It is critical to collect and preserve this evidence before it disappears.
During every step in the process, we can help you move forward. We leave no stone unturned. We used to work as attorneys for the insurance companies that often insure these trucking companies, and we understand how they operate. Now we work for you, and we use that inside information to help fight for your rights. When you work with the Law Office of Anna L. Burr in Aurora, Colorado, you get truck accident lawyers who are dedicated, experienced and compassionate.
Trucking companies must follow state and federal motor carrier safety regulations, along with standard traffic laws. These include things like required rest breaks, weight limits and prohibitions on cellphone use. When companies or drivers break these rules, they may be liable even when other traffic laws were not broken. To get to the bottom of it, here are a few important questions to ask:
All of these issues can play a role in resolving liability disputes.
If you would like to learn more about your options, initial personal injury consultations are always free. We never collect unless we win. Feel free to get in touch with us online or simply call 720-500-2076. We represent truck accident victims throughout the Denver metropolitan area.