What Are Your Rights If Hurt In A Truck Accident?

Collisions with large trucks and semitrailers can result in serious accidents and injuries for individuals in smaller vehicles. Due to the larger size and heavier weight of these vehicles, even low-speed collisions with trucks can lead to catastrophic damage and grave injuries. If you are a victim of this type of accident, you do not have to walk through the aftermath alone.

At The Law Offices of Campana, Hoffa, Morrone & Lovecchio, P.C., in Williamsport, we help victims of truck accidents that occurred on nearby highways and interstates, as well as throughout Lycoming County. If you suffered due to the negligence or reckless behaviors of a truck driver or trucking company, our personal injury attorneys will fight for the full and fair financial compensation you deserve.

Common Reasons For Truck Accidents

These types of accidents happen for many reasons. Often, they are the result of poor decisions on part of the trucking company, the truck owner or the truck driver. Some of the most common reasons for collisions involving large and heavy commercial vehicles include the following:

  • Speeding to deliver load faster
  • Driving after too many hours on the road
  • Improperly loaded cargo
  • Inattentive or distracted truckers
  • Faulty maintenance, affecting tire or brake safety

Truck drivers may feel pressure to deliver loads faster, which results in drivers who are too tired and in too much of a hurry to be safe. Unfortunately, innocent motorists may pay the price in the event of an accident. Victims have the right to explore their legal options, which may include seeking recompense through a personal injury claim.

We Can Help You With The Aftermath

As experienced Pennsylvania personal injury attorneys, we can help you walk through the aftermath of your accident. We vigorously pursue justice on your behalf, fighting to hold liable parties accountable and secure the financial recovery you deserve.

Our lawyers are happy to evaluate your case and discuss your legal options. Contact our office at 570-279-4163 or email us to make your appointment and discover the legal options that may be available to you.