Sacramento Unmaintained Truck Accident Lawyers
Knowledgeable Truck Accident Attorneys
When big rig trucks collide with other vehicles, they usually cause significant damage. Although many commercial truck accidents are caused by driver error, another common cause is improper maintenance. Failure to properly inspect and maintain an 18-wheeler can have catastrophic results.
If you have been injured by an unmaintained truck in Sacramento, the personal injury lawyers at Carichoff Law Group, P.C. can assist you in filing a claim for compensation.
To have your case evaluated for free by a team of experienced legal professionals, call (916) 471-6098 today.
Standard Maintenance & Repair Issues in Trucks
There are a variety of mechanical and technical issues that arise which can result in truck accidents. Many incidents that are caused by mechanical failure are preventable with proper maintenance.
Our unmaintained truck lawyers represent clients involved in truck accidents caused by a variety of mechanical problems, including:
- Suspension failure
- Tire blow-outs
- Brake failure
- Broken headlights and signals
- Missing reflective surfaces
- Steering column problems
- Trailer hitch failure
- Loose parts
Who Is Liable for an Unmaintained Truck Accident?
While liability for car accidents is usually placed on the at-fault driver, multiple parties may be held responsible for commercial truck accidents.
Potentially liable parties for an accident caused by a truck that was improperly maintained include:
- The truck owner
- The driver’s employer
- The truck driver
- The truck maintenance provider
- The truck parts manufacturer
Carichoff Law Group, P.C. Is Here to Help
Our personal injury attorneys are skilled at fighting on behalf of the victims of catastrophic trucking accidents to obtain the compensation they deserve. We understand the legal issues involved in an unmaintained truck claim and are prepared to take your case to court if necessary.
The sooner you call (916) 471-6098, the sooner our Sacramento unmaintained truck attorneys can begin pursuing maximum compensation for your case.