Lost Load Trucking Accident Attorneys
Whenever semi-trucks overload or improperly secure loads in their trailers,
the probability that the load will fall off or detach skyrockets. These
lost loads can lead not only lead to serious damages and injuries, but
also to the deaths of vehicle passengers.
Improperly securing a load is a misdemeanor offense. Besides jail time,
the more serious risk is that these negligent drivers are creating dangerous
situations for all nearby vehicles. Although most domestic truck drivers
take all the necessary precautions when it comes to properly securing
their trucks’ trailers, the problem is that even a single driver
not showing this caution can cause a deadly trucking accident.
Furthermore, this truck driver’s negligence endangers not only the
other drivers on the road, but also pedestrians. The risk is magnified
on the highways where traffic is traveling at high rates of speed and
the lost load will come barreling out of the trailer into your path and
potentially into your windshield/window and/or force you to have to swerve
potentially into another traffic lane. All of these instances are severely
detrimental to your wellbeing and safety.
If either you or a loved one has been injured in any type of trucking accident,
the trucking accident personal injury lawyers at The Doan Law Firm will
provide you with the compassion, experience and resources you need to
pursue your rightful compensation
Our firm provides a free no obligation initial consultation in order for
you not only to have your most pressing questions answered in a no pressure
situation, but also to discover the merits of your case as well as your
best path forward.
If you desire our services, we’ll take your case on a contingency
basis, meaning that you don’t pay any legal costs upfront or throughout
the duration of your case. Instead, we earn our fee only after obtaining
a successful outcome on your trucking claim, through a small percentage
of the settlement we win on your behalf.
In other words, if we fail to obtain a successful outcome on your trucking
claim, you’ll never owe us a dime.
The Serious Hazards and Consequences of Lost Load Trucking Accidents
Overloaded semi-trucks on the nation’s roadways are an extremely
serious hazard that can lead to significant damages and harm to other
vehicles. Semi-truck drivers hold a responsibility to ensure that their
trucks are loaded both securely and safely. Thus, they are liable for
any circumstances in which their trucks are either loaded improperly or
If you’ve been involved in a trucking accident due to a lost load
or overloaded trucking accident, it’s essential that you file a
claim for any damages to ensure that you’re able to receive the
compensation that you deserve due to the:
- Devastating consequences of the negligence of the truck driver;
- The dangers that you were put in;
- Have the compensation that you need to take care of yourself and your family
Contact The Doan Law Firm
The Doan Law Firm has both the professional obligation and the financial
resources to investigate your accident and pursue your claim until you’ve
received the maximum possible compensation for your claim. Our firm takes
personal injury claims throughout the country and handles serious trucking
accidents of all types.
There are times that victims may not be fully aware of the full extent
of their injuries and the full extent of the losses they’ve incurred
either now or in the future. Since there are strict statutes of limitations
in many states, it’s imperative that you have specialized legal
counsel on your side immediately after your accident. If your injuries
have left you unable to travel, the lawyers at The Doan Law Firm will
travel to you no matter where you are, whether it’s to your place
of business, your home, or to your hospital room.
Please contact us at any time 24/7/365, no matter the time of day or holiday.
Our experienced trucking accident personal injury lawyers are available
to take your call no matter the time of day or holiday at (800) 349-0000.
We look forward to helping you soon.