Experienced Cement Truck Accident Attorneys in PA, NJ, & NY
Cement Trucks can pose serious dangers for drivers and passengers of cars, motorcycles, pedestrians, other truck drivers and for the Cement Truck driver himself/herself. Cement Trucks have unique safety problems and can cause very serious injuries and often death. If you have been in an accident with a Cement Truck, you will need an attorney who is experienced in handing Cement Truck accident cases. The trucking companies will have their own team of experts and lawyers ready to defend their case against you, so its important that you hire a team of trucking attorneys ready to fight for you.
Munley Law has been in the trucking lawsuit business for decades and we have handled many cases that involve Cement Truck accidents. We have a national reputation as one of the best trucking law firms in the country and we have been named by our peers as among the Best Lawyers in America. Our attorneys teach and lecture around the country on trucking laws and have lead national organizations for trucking litigation. We have recently led a delegation to the United States Congress to help change and improve trucking laws for the benefit of the innocent victims of trucking accidents. We have received millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for our trucking accident victims and we would love the opportunity to help you get the justice you deserve for your Cement Truck accident case. Call us today at 844-686-5397 for a FREE initial consultation or fill out our online contact form. You can also click on our easy to use Click to Chat to chat with a representative right away.
Cement Truck Accident Lawsuits Require Experienced Cement Truck Accident Lawyers
Cement Trucks accidents can be complex and difficult to try and require the help of an experienced Cement Truck Accident attorney who understands the complexity of a trucking case. Cement Trucks are bulky unsteady trucks that can easily rollover due to the tuck’s uneven weight distribution. This can happen at speeds as low as 5 mph or while the Cement Truck driver is making a wide turn. Other drivers on the road don’t realize that Cement Trucks are prone to rollovers and they usually don’t know that a Cement Truck has a high center of gravity and that Cement Trucks can flip over while making a sharp turn. Making matters worse, Cement Truck drivers are often forced to rush to their destinations to make sure that the cement, which must be wet in order to do its job, does not dry out inside of the Cement Truck.
Also, Cement Truck driver scan fail to see obstacles out of his or her direct line-of-vision causing the driver can drift out of its lane into oncoming traffic. The size and weight of the Cement Truck also makes it difficult for its driver to quickly switch lanes. Cement Trucks can also have many blind spots that can cause for concern involving driver safety.
Other Cement Truck hazards include:
- The driver of the Cement Truck can be inexperienced
- There may be a defective design of the Cement Truck itself
- The Cement Truck operator may be intoxicated
Call Our Cement Truck Accident Lawyers for a FREE Consultation
Like all other types of trucks, a Cement Trucking company will be immediately ready to defend any case that you may bring against it. The Cement Trucking representatives, attorneys and experts will be at the scene of your accident in no time and be already making a case against you. You should defend your rights y immediately seeking legal help.
Hire the Best Cement Truck Accident Lawyers Today
Our attorneys are ready to fight for you right now. Our team of experienced Cement Truck accident lawyers, investigators nurses and paralegals can make sure that the evidence in your case is preserved and not destroyed by the tucking company. We can make sure that eyewitnesses are identified and that everything you need to get the just you deserve is there for you. We can help you recover for your medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. Call us at 844-686-5397 and let’s get to work to get you the justice you deserve.