Trucking Accidents

Trucks are the lifeblood of the American economy, and are on the roads 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in good driving conditions and bad. This means, however, that the potential for serious truck accidents are far too common.

Why Do Truck Accidents Occur?

Trucking accidents can occur for a number of reasons:

  • Poorly secured cargo can fly off trucks and into roadways, causing accidents and damage to cars and passengers
  • Truck tire blowouts and other maintenance issues can have dire consequences on drivers and pedestrians alike
  • Tired truckers working long hours in violation of safety regulations increase the likelihood of a semi truck accident
  • Trucks have large blind spots where smaller cars, motorcycles, bicycles and pedestrians can hide
  • Simply put, trucks are large vehicles and capable of doing incredible amounts of damage under even the best conditions

The semi truck industry is one of the most heavily regulated of all transport industries in San Diego, but unfortunately, enforcing these regulations among the thousands of trucks on the road is difficult.

Injuries Caused By Trucking Accidents

Trucking accidents can cause some of the most catastrophic injuries on the road. Depending on their size, the injuries truck accidents can cause include:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Death
  • Coma
  • Broken bones
  • Post-traumatic stress
  • Internal injuries

Additionally, semi truck accidents can damage vehicles. The loss of transportation can often lead to loss of income, and the costs of repairing or replacing a car can significantly hinder the quality of life for a semi truck accident victim. If this sounds familiar then you need to contact a lawyer. Accident attorney Bryan R. Snyder is here to protect and fight for your rights if you have suffered serious injuries due to a truck accident.

If you or someone you know has been injured on a construction site, call 619-752-1102 or 800-611-2581.

Truck Accidents and Insurance Companies

The insurance policies that cover truckers are very complicated, as they involve a number of different variables and factors that can potentially cause injury or damage to other drivers on the road. As such, dealing with the insurance companies that cover these big rigs is often a complicated ordeal that can sap the energy and time of someone already trying to cope with the aftermath of a semi truck accident. And then once you contact them, the things you say can jeopardize your case if they are taken out of context or misunderstood.

Attorney Bryan R. Snyder has more than 25 years of experience dealing with the insurance companies that cover big rigs and semis. If you were involved in a truck accident, you should contact him before you attempt to negotiate with the insurance company of the driver or owner of the truck, because you could innocently say or admit things that can seriously compromise your case and your ability to collect the compensation you rightfully deserve. Adding an additional complication and frustration is the last thing you need while you try to put your life back together and move on after a truck accident.

Our Attorney Is Here To Help You

When truck accidents occur it is important to remember that you have rights. Trucking accident attorney Bryan R. Snyder can help protect those rights. Privately owned semi trucks or trucks that are part of large companies must abide by the same rules and responsibilities of the road as individual auto owners, but dealing with these entities during the aftermath of a semi truck accident can be a complicated and daunting undertaking requiring the help of a San Diego accident attorney.

Add serious injuries, income lost from missed work and car repair bills, and this already complicated situation can become too intimidating to pursue alone.

If you or someone you love has been injured or suffered loss due to a semi truck accident, you need to contact Bryan R. Snyder trucking accident attorney in San Diego immediately. He knows how to deal with out of state insurance companies and trucking corporations, and can represent your interests so that you can concentrate on getting your life back together. You may be entitled to pain and suffering compensation for your situation, but if you hesitate the statute of limitations laws could prevent you from taking your case to court.

Fill out the free initial contact form and get in touch with San Diego accident lawyer Bryan Snyder today.