If you were injured in a truck accident, the driver and the trucking company may be to blame. At the law firm of Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, we will thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident to uncover all the responsible parties.
Was The Trucking Company Negligent In Its Hiring And Training Of Truck Drivers?
When hiring drivers, trucking companies should conduct thorough background checks. When we investigate these cases, we frequently find that a background check did not happen. We discover that the truck driver was hired despite having a record of traffic violations and, in some cases, even a history of causing accidents.
If the trucking company hires an inexperienced or untrained driver, the company should adequately train the driver before putting him or her behind the wheel. That does not always happen. The result of this type of failure is often a serious truck accident.
Did The Trucking Company Fail To Property Maintain And Repair Its Tractor-Trailers?
Semi trucks encounter a great deal of wear and tear, sometimes being driven hundreds of miles a day. It is imperative that trucking companies follow maintenance schedules and make certain that all repairs are conducted immediately. Unfortunately, our investigation of truck accidents often leads to the discovery that the trucking company skipped maintenance checks or ignored obvious repairs in order to cut costs.
Our Ohio trucking company negligence lawyers have decades of experience handling cases like these and getting results for people like you in Ohio and northern Kentucky.
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Have you or a family member been hurt because of a trucking company's negligence? We invite you to call 513-721-1077 in Cincinnati, 937-531-7999 in Dayton, or 859-547-3334 in Kentucky or email our law firm for an evaluation of your claim.