Truck Accident Attorneys in Southern California
MCIS Lawyers Will Fight for Your Right to Compensation
Were you involved in a truck accident? Victims often face devastating life-changing injuries. In one case, the truck driver was operating his truck in the wrong lane on the freeway. He failed to stop in time and rolled onto the top of a car, killing the driver instantly. At MCIS Lawyers, we believe that you deserve experienced representation and trusted legal guidance throughout the course of your case, and we will work efficiently to help you receive compensation for your injuries. Our team has successfully handled thousands of cases, and we can help you too.
If you need a reliable Southern California personal injury attorney for your truck accident case, call MCIS Lawyers and schedule a free consultation as soon as possible.
Who Is Liable for Your Injuries?
There are a number of different factors that need to be considered when determining fault in a truck accident case. Depending on the specifics of your accident, one or more of the following parties could be to blame:
- The driver: There are strict rules and regulations that govern how far a driver can drive in a given period of time, the amount of rest required for each leg of a trip, and logging information. If a driver did not adhere to these laws, or if they were operating recklessly or under the influence, they could be at-fault.
- The leasing company: Some drivers lease their vehicles from larger companies. These companies are required to maintain the vehicles and ensure that they are in proper running condition. If the truck was not maintained per required schedules, a major failure could have led to the accident.
- The city or county where the accident took place: Speed limits that are too fast, construction zones that are not properly marked, and poor road conditions can lead to large accidents. If the city or county did not maintain the road, they may be held liable for an accident.
- The manufacturer of a faulty product: If there was a brake failure, steering failure, or other part that failed to operate properly, the manufacturer of the product could be held responsible.
- The loader: Large trucks often carry heavy loads that are required to be properly placed and restrained to avoid slipping, moving, or coming free during transit. Improperly loaded goods can lead to jackknifing, falls, and other serious accidents.
Work with an Experienced Southern California Injury Lawyer
At MCIS Lawyers, we are proud to say that we have successfully assisted many clients in obtaining compensation from negligent parties. We know what evidence to look for, including all licenses that the truck driver was required to obtain, the medical records involved in the case, police documents, and any evidence pertaining to the injury or collision.
Our Southern California personal injury attorneys are well-versed in the Department of Transportation and Motor Carrier Safety guidelines, and we will work tirelessly to determine what may have happened to help you obtain financial compensation for your pain and suffering.
For more information on how MCIS Lawyers can help, call us and schedule a free consultation with our team. We can be reached (855) 435-0666.