Truck Rollover Accidents
Commercial trucks are designed specifically to transport large and heavy loads. Semi-trucks, tractor-trailers, and other freight bearing vehicles are also designed with higher centers of gravity, which make them more prone to tipping or rolling over during accidents. When truck rollovers do occur, they have a high potential for causing serious accidents, widespread harm, and catastrophic injuries. As many of the federal trucking laws and regulations in place are designed to prevent rollovers and other types of truck accidents, drivers and trucking companies that fail to comply with the law increase the risks of rollovers. Some of the common factors and forms of negligence that can cause a truck rollover include:
- Improperly loaded vehicles.
- Unsecure cargo and freight.
- Tired drivers.
- Unsafe lane change and reckless driving.
- Inadequate truck maintenance.
When exploring the potential causes of your accident, Attorney Carl Nagle and his team of North Carolina truck accident lawyers leave no stone unturned. By exploring every potential cause, violation, and form of negligence, the legal team can work toward working your claim to its full potential and maximizing your compensation. Even when solid evidence can be secured, trucking companies will often continue to combat these claims aggressively. As such, working with proven attorneys who have the abilities to hold negligent trucking companies liable for full compensation during both settlement negotiations and trial should be your main concern.
By reaching out to Nagle & Associates, P.A. for help, you can provide yourself with the support and relentless advocacy you need to take on powerful trucking companies. The legal team uses decades of experience, insight into the insurance industry, and numerous resources to level the playing field with legal opponents, and they fight tirelessly on your behalf at every step of the process. As the firm has successfully recovered millions of dollars in compensation and as they continually exceed the expectations of clients, you can be confident about placing your trust in a firm that is highly capable and truly committed to your needs.
If you wish to discuss your case with a member of the legal team, then please request a free case evaluation so that you can learn more about the unique circumstances involved in your accident and personal injury claim. Contact a North Carolina auto accident lawyer form Nagle & Associates today.