Are Defective Truck Parts a Problem?
Trucking accidents are a serious issue that can cause harm to many people on the roads in Pennsylvania. When big commercial trucks collide with passenger vehicles, the results can be devastating. Unfortunately, sometimes the cause of these accidents is due to defective truck parts, such as tire problems and faulty brakes.
In this blog post, our truck accident lawyer discusses what faulty vehicle parts are, how defective parts can cause many truck accidents, and why it is important to hold those responsible accountable for the harm they have caused. If you get into a truck accident caused by a defective truck part, our trucking accident lawyers at Munley Law are here to help. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.
What are Defective Truck Parts?
Defective parts are parts of a truck that don’t work properly or are faulty. […]Read More
If you are involved in an accident with a heavy truck, you are likely to be experiencing a mix of emotions–shock, confusion, and generally being overwhelmed with the process of recovery. You need to figure out medical care, time off work, motor vehicle repairs, and insurance.
With all the questions swirling around the aftermath of the accident, you may also wonder about whether you should hire a lawyer to help you with legal counsel through the process, and if so when. You may be tempted to put off that decision until you deal with your insurance first. However, especially in a serious truck accident, it can often be advantageous to hire a lawyer after the accident.
If you’re interested in hiring a Pennsylvania truck accident lawyer or wondering whether you should obtain legal counsel, don’t hesitate to give us a call. At Munley Law Personal Injury Attorneys, […]Read More
Truck Accidents Can Be Devastating. But What Causes Them to Occur?
Enduring the impact of a 50-foot, 80,000-pound commercial vehicle is one of the most traumatic things that can happen to you as a driver. Your injuries can devastate your physical health, keep you out of work, and even render you permanently disabled. Identifying the most common ways truck drivers cause crashes can give you information that may support a claim that you are anticipating, should you be the unfortunate victim of an accident involving a commercial truck, or can keep you well-informed about how you can do your best to steer clear of circumstances that can make you and your loved ones vulnerable to crashes involving large trucks.
If you get into a trucking accident, your first call should be to an experienced truck accident lawyer at Munley Law. We’ve been practicing truck accident law for more than 60 years and we understand how complex these cases can be. […]Read More
How to Prepare For Trial When a Truck Accident Settlement Cannot Be Reached
Not all truck settlement cases reach a settlement outside of court. When negotiations are unworkable, and a settlement agreement cannot be reached, you need an experienced personal injury lawyer with a successful track record, and who is prepared to go to trial. Alternatively, if you are satisfied with the settlement offer, and if you are not willing to withstand the delay of a trial, you may wish to refrain from going to court with your case. At the end of the day, complex truck accident cases are best dealt with when an experienced truck accident lawyer is by your side.
With over 60 years of experience, Munley Law has earned a national reputation for our significant verdicts and settlements and for our expertise in the most complex areas of personal injury law — we have all the resources and preparedness to fight for you. […]Read More
After you’ve been injured in a truck accident, one of the first things you’ll need to do is preserve the truck’s black box data as soon as possible. To do this, you’ll need the help of an experienced truck accident lawyer. The black box contains important digital information that can be lost or deleted if it is not preserved quickly. But, obtaining that information won’t be easy. It takes a lawyer with specific knowledge and experience to obtain the electronic data from the trucking company and to analyze and interpret it.
In this post, the truck accident lawyers at Munley Law explain what a black box is, how it can help your case, and why you need a lawyer who knows what to do with it.
What is a Commercial Truck’s Black Box?
Most commercial vehicles (including tractor trailers and large trucks as well as trains and airplanes) are equipped with a “black box.” This technology also exists on many newer passenger vehicles. […]Read More