San Antonio No-Zone Truck Accident Lawyer

If you have been hurt in an accident with an 18-wheeler, tractor-trailer, or another large commercial vehicle, the attorneys of [firm-name] can help you get the justice and compensation you deserve. Large trucks are extremely difficult to operate because they have several “no-zones” or “blind spots” where the driver cannot clearly see a certain area that surrounds the vehicle. The operators of these trucks are legally required to take special certification courses to learn how to drive in a way that is safe for other drivers on the road. Unfortunately, human error is a leading cause of truck accidents, and many times the accidents occur because the driver did not see another vehicle in their no-zone. When truck drivers make mistakes and accidents happen, serious injuries and fatalities can occur.

Dealing with the fallout of a serious accident can be overwhelming, and it is in your best interest to speak with a highly-qualified no-zone truck accident attorney from [firm-name] who can evaluate your case. Serious injuries can prevent you from being able to work, and medical treatments after an accident are expensive. The physical pain, emotional distress, and financial hardship can push many families to a point where they don’t know what to do. You do not have to stress about finding a solution by yourself. [firm-name] has been helping families in San Antonio and across Texas hold truck drivers accountable for their grave mistakes for years. We pride ourselves on fighting aggressively on behalf of our clients to secure rightful compensation for their injuries, and we are prepared to represent your claim.

We understand the tremendous pressure you are under in the wake of the accident. With an uncertain financial future, it can be overwhelming to try and focus on recovering. That is why so many people choose [firm-name] to manage their claim. We firmly believe that we should handle the rigors of the legal process so that you can focus on the more important things in your life. Our compassionate legal team will work hard for you as you try to relax and get your life back together. [firm-name] is all about our client’s satisfaction, and we will keep you updated on our progress throughout the entire process. If you have been seriously hurt in an accident with a large truck, you and your family deserve to be fairly compensated. Call us today to arrange a free consultation at [phone-number] or chat with us live through our website.

Why You Need a Lawyer

Trucking companies and their drivers are protected by large insurance companies that will do their best to avoid paying you a dime. The insurance companies are only concerned about their profits, and they will do their best to use your words against you to discredit the validity of your account of the accident. The insurance company lawyers are highly-trained and ruthless at what they do, and you will need assistance from a professional to counter their actions. Large truck accidents claims can often be settled outside of court, but if your claim cannot be settled, you will need to provide clear and convincing evidence to the court if you are to receive the compensation that is owed to you. This is why it is critical that you find a law firm that has an established record of success and a clear plan to guide you through the legal process.

Why You Should Choose [firm-name]

[firm-name] has made it our mission to hold truck drivers responsible when their mistakes force innocent drivers to endure misery. You should never have to pay for the other driver’s negligence, and if you were hurt after a large truck crashed into you, we are eager to help with your claim. No-zone accidents are a common form of driver error, and there are three main no-zone areas around a large truck that the driver cannot see:

  • Front No-Zone: The area directly in front of the truck’s engine cannot be seen by the driver from behind the steering wheel. To drive safely, truck operators are trained to follow behind other vehicles at greater distances.
  • Side No-Zone: The sides of the truck, especially near the front and rear bumpers, are notoriously difficult to see without dramatic changes in the driver’s posture. As trucks change lanes, they may not be aware of other vehicles in these areas.
  • Rear No-Zone: The area directly behind the truck is very difficult for drivers to see clearly. Unlike other vehicles on the road, semi-trucks and 18-wheelers do not have rearview mirrors that can cover this zone.

If you’ve been involved in a trucking blind spot accident, you likely have many questions about how to proceed. They best way to answer your questions is to contact an attorney. However, we have created the following list of common trucking accident questions to help ease some of the concerns you may have.

Frequently Asked Questions

The questions on this list are not exhaustive. If you have any questions or concerns that are not addressed here, we encourage you to contact our firm so we can answer them. You can speak to us through our online chat, or reach us by calling [phone-number].

Can the trucking company be held liable for the driver’s actions?

Yes, they can. The employer has a responsibility to hire safe drivers and properly train them. An experienced attorney will know the necessary information to gather, including the driver’s qualifications, their criminal background, and their history of employment. All of this information can be used to prove that the trucking company is responsible for your accident because they hired an operator for their vehicle who should never have been allowed behind the wheel.

Is the truck driver responsible if their actions caused me to crash into something or someone else?

Yes, this is a great example of why it is so important for drivers to maintain no-zone vision in order to operate their trucks safely. When a large truck swerves into your lane, you are forced to either be hit by the semi or change lanes yourself. If you were involved in a crash with another vehicle or hit a standing object, the driver of the large truck that came into your lane may be held liable for causing your accident.

What type of compensation might I be owed?

If you have been hurt in an accident caused by a truck driver’s failure to monitor their “no-zones”, you might be eligible for compensation for your lost wages, medical bills, property repair or replacement, therapy expenses, and other costs associated with the wreck. Also, the trucking company may owe you punitive damages for your pain, suffering, mental anguish, among others. Only an experienced truck accident attorney can tell you for sure, so contact us today.

Contact [firm-name] Today

The San Antonio truck accident attorneys of [firm-name] are dedicated to helping people in San Antonio who have been injured in an accident that was caused by a negligent truck driver. We firmly believe that you should not be forced to bear the financial consequences of a trucking company’s negligence alone. With us our attorneys on your side, you will be able to rest easy knowing that an experienced and knowledgeable law firm is representing your best interests. Do not hesitate to call us today and schedule a free consultation. You can speak with a member of our team by calling [phone-number] or contact our firm through our website.

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