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Companies rely on massive trucks and commercial tankers to get consumer goods and raw materials to stores, construction sites and manufacturing facilities. Trucks are a major part of our economy, and it is not uncommon to see big rigs on U.S. Routes 11 and 15, on Pennsylvania Route 581, on the Capital Beltway, on the US 11/15 at Exits 5A/5B, and on other major roadways in Camp Hill, PA.
While commercial trucks are ubiquitous, sharing the road with these larger vehicles is not always safe. A fully loaded tanker or 18-wheeler can weigh tens of thousands of pounds and tends to be top-heavy, making these vehicles susceptible to rollovers.
In addition, the heavy weight of trucks puts additional pressure on brakes and wheels, sometimes causing them to fail and causing the vehicle to careen into traffic. While truck drivers are supposed to obey strict rules about rest times, they sometimes drive fatigued to make deadlines, further increasing the risk of a crash.
Why Should I Contact a Camp Hill Trucking Accident Lawyer?
When trucking accidents do happen, the consequences can be devastating for passenger car occupants and smaller vehicles on the road. While truck drivers are often able to walk away without an injury due to the size of their vehicle, smaller cars may be crushed and the occupants inside severely injured.
Back and spinal cord trauma, amputations, fatalities, head injuries, and other serious injuries are not uncommon after a trucking accident. In situations where a truck is carrying flammable or dangerous goods, passengers in nearby cars can also be exposed to toxic fumes or smoke or may even suffer burns if a tanker or truck catches fire.
Even if you have excellent car insurance and medical coverage, there is no guarantee your insurance companies will be fair or will automatically pay out the maximum possible in your case. In fact, the injuries common in truck accident cases can max out your coverage or exceed your insurance caps.
This is a stressful position to be in. Thankfully, truck accident lawyers have experience with this situation and can help you explore your options.
When Should I Reach Out to a Camp Hill Truck Accident Attorney?
It is important to contact an attorney right away. You will want to start working towards fair compensation immediately, and your attorney can guide you through the insurance claims process, increasing the chances that you will maximize any settlement.
While your first priority will likely be to get emergency medical treatment, do contact a Camp Hill trucking accident attorney before signing any documents and before making any decisions about accepting an insurance or settlement offer.
If you need to speak with an attorney, KBG Injury Law is always ready to help injured patients in Camp Hill and the surrounding areas. With more than 30 years of experience in central Pennsylvania and a reputation for being compassionate to clients while also aggressive in pursuing compensation on their behalf, KBG Injury Law brings a transparent and professional approach to your case.
If you believe you may have a claim, schedule your consultation with KBG Injury Law to speak with an attorney near you.
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