Albany Lawyer Representing Victims of Accidents Caused by Driver Error
Contact the Truck Driver Error Attorneys at Friedman, Hirschen & Miller, LLP
The danger posed by operating semis on our highways is a recognized fact. This is apparent in the amount of regulation that exists that governs the maintenance and operation of tractor trailers. The drivers of 18 wheelers go through extensive training to teach them how to safely operate vehicles that can weigh up to 80,000 pounds. When operating a semi, even minor driver errors can create a deadly auto accident.
Recovering from the level of injuries that can be sustained in accidents involving tractor trailers often requires access to intensive medical care for an extended period of time. Ensuring that you have the medical and financial resources to be able to recover from your injuries can require the skilled advocacy of an experienced attorney.
At Friedman, Hirschen & Miller, LLP, our lawyers bring decades of experience to the aid of our clients. We are experienced in building solid cases against truck drivers who have committed errors in the operation of their rigs. Our skill in constructing these complex cases gives our clients a distinct advantage when facing the legal resources that insurance companies employ in defense against these types of claims.
Types of Truck Driver Error
Listed below are some of the more common types of errors that commercial vehicle operators may engage in:
- Falling asleep at the wheel
- Not taking mandatory breaks (cooking their log book)
- Improper load
- Overloaded semi
- Drug use
- Alcohol use
- Ignoring road/weather conditions
- Neglecting maintenance
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident with a tractor trailer, know that insurance companies are very likely to undervalue your case. In order to recover the compensation you need and deserve, turn to the experienced Albany trucking accident attorneys of Friedman, Hirschen & Miller, LLP. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 518-480-2151 or simply contact us online.
We accept cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that we only collect attorney's fees if we recover damages for you.