Failure to Maintain
Hire a Top-Rated Salisbury Truck Accident Attorney
Many truck accidents are the direct result of a truck driver or trucking
company’s negligent maintenance of their vehicles. Tire blowouts,
malfunctioning brakes, and faulty trailer hitches can cause a truck driver
to lose control of their vehicles, causing devastating collisions and
serious injury to those involved.
If you or a close loved one has been the victim of a truck accident caused
by improper maintenance, you may have grounds to seek full and fair compensation
for your suffering by filing a civil claim against those responsible.
I, Salisbury Truck Accident Attorney William R. Hall, can provide the
steadfast legal guidance and compassionate support you need to pursue
maximum financial recovery for your losses.
Countless clients have chosen my Maryland personal injury firm for the
- more than 20 years of proven legal experience
- “The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100” selection
- “Superb” Avvo Rating for ethics and skill
- Ranked among the Top 1% of Attorneys by the NADC
Seek justice today – call (410) 205-1684.
Poor Maintenance Endangers Innocent Lives
Truck drivers and trucking companies are required to follow strict maintenance
schedules and regulations established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety
Administration (FMCSA) to keep the roads safe. While violating maintenance
guidelines can result in fines and other penalties, trucking companies
may be prompted to perform bare-minimum inspections or even skip them
entirely to arrive at their destinations in as little time as possible.
This can have deadly consequences, as the resulting wear and tear of thousands
of hours spent on the roads can wreak havoc on a truck’s handling
and structural integrity, leading to malfunctions and collisions in transit.
Trucking companies are required by law to routinely inspect and maintain
- Windshield wipers
- Tire treads
- Trailer hitches
- Air and hydraulic brakes
If you believe your collision was caused by improper maintenance, I can
help you pursue legal action against the negligent parties and advocate
for maximum compensation for your suffering. Depending on the circumstances,
you may be entitled to recover damages for your medical costs, pain and
suffering, vehicle repairs, lost wages, rehabilitation expenses, and emotional distress.
Discuss Your Case for Free Today
The last thing you need after being injured in a
trucking accident is to be stonewalled by an uncooperative insurance company. Having represented
numerous injured clients throughout my lengthy practice as a
Salisbury personal injury attorney, I understand how insurance companies work and can use my invaluable knowledge
to your advantage. My firm is prepared to provide the powerhouse representation
you need to hold the responsible parties accountable for their wrongdoing
and help you get back on your feet as quickly as possible.
free case evaluation awaits. Schedule yours online today.