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Snow removal trucks can cause serious accidents

| Mar 12, 2019 | Truck Accidents

With the winter season upon us, Cincinnati residents understand how winter weather can affect our roads. Snow and ice are common in the winter and plow trucks and salt trucks can be anywhere. Most of the time these trucks are able to safely share the road with the rest of us but occasionally a serious accident occurs.

Salt trucks and plow trucks have an important job to do during the winter. When ice forms or snow falls these trucks are important in making sure our roads stay safe. Many times these trucks are on a timeline to get their jobs done, cover many miles in a short amount of time and travel during unsafe weather conditions. These truck drivers operate at all times of the day which often makes them fatigued.

Accidents with snow plows and salt trucks can happen at any time and cause serious injuries and even death. If a family has been affected by a snow plow or salt truck accident we can help. We represent the families of those who have been injured in an accident.

We have decades of experience representing clients who have been injured or killed due to salt trucks or snow plow negligence. We work hard to get the answers our clients deserve as to what happened to cause the accident and who is at fault. We fight to get compensation for our client’s medical expenses, funeral expenses, lost wages and other damages.

Accidents with winter snow plows and salt trucks in the Cincinnati area are often serious. When the accident is caused by negligent drivers it is important to hold them responsible along with their employer.

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