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North Carolina Unsafe Lane Change Accident Attorney

Establish Liability for Your Truck Accident

Commercial trucks are notorious for having large “blind spots” toward the back of each side of the vehicle. Other vehicles travelling in these blind spots are very difficult for truck drivers to see when changing lanes, but there are still precautions that must be taken to prevent a sideswipe accident. Truck drivers must always check their mirrors and, when possible, look over their shoulder to see if there is a vehicle beside their trailer. Negligent truck drivers who fail to take these precautions before changing lanes could be liable for a serious accident. If you have suffered injuries in a truck accident, speak with a North Carolina unsafe lane change accident lawyer today by calling (800) 411-1583.

Get Help from a Trucking Accident Lawyer in North Carolina

If you have been sideswiped by a negligent truck driver, a North Carolina trucking accident lawyer from Nagle & Associates, P.A. can help. The firm handles nothing but motor vehicle accident cases and has the experience you need. Your lawyer will help you gather evidence to prove that the driver was negligent and liable for your case. This ensures that you are able to recover fair compensation through a truck accident claim. Otherwise, your serious injuries and property damages will have to be paid out of your own pocket, which could leave you facing severe financial hardship.

Visit the Firm’s Offices Today

Nagle & Associates, P.A. has numerous office locations across North Carolina for your convenience. Speak with a lawyer from the firm as soon as possible after your trucking accident to ensure that you have the highest chance of success. The firm always prepares for trial and lets the insurance companies know that they mean business, raising your chances of a fair settlement without the need for trial. However, the attorneys with the firm are skilled litigators and are always prepared to fight for the best trial verdict in case a settlement cannot be reached. Learn more through a free case evaluation or contact the firm to speak with a member of the team today!