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St. George Truck Accident Attorneys

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If you were injured or your loved one was killed in a semi-truck collision, Park Law Firm can help. Our experienced St. George truck accident attorneys offer the personalized and caring guidance you need, coupled with the aggressive advocacy you and your family deserve. We strive to help each of our clients obtain the maximum compensation they are owed for their pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost income, and other damages. With offices located in both St. George and Cedar City, we are prepared to help you with your case.

Call (435) 222-5869 or use our online request form to schedule a free, confidential case evaluation today.

Determining Responsibility for Semi Truck Accidents

Accidents involving semi-trucks or other large vehicles can have devastating consequences. At Park Law Firm, we’ve successfully handled a variety of accidents involving semi-trucks, 18-wheelers, delivery trucks, and other large vehicles. The owners of a semi-truck involved in a crash are responsible for a variety of issues that may be factors in the accident.

They include the following:

  • Failure to properly train drivers
  • Improper truck maintenance
  • Overworking employees to the point of driver fatigue.

The behavior of individual truck drivers makes them responsible for a number of scenarios as well. These include the following:

  • Distractions such as talking on a cell phone or texting
  • Intoxication from drugs or alcohol
  • Unsafe driving behavior such as speeding, dangerous lane changes, and road rage

If you are involved in an accident with a semi-truck or another large vehicle, your number one priority is to seek medical attention for any injuries. What may appear to be a minor injury can develop into a more serious condition later on, so it’s important to seek medical attention.

Filing a Truck Accident Claim in Utah

First and foremost, report all accidents to law enforcement. Not only is law enforcement there to assist you in a crisis, they are the only ones who can determine who is liable in an accident. Obtaining a record of the police report is a critical piece of evidence your need in order to file a claim for the accident.

Additionally, whenever possible, take photographs at the scene of the accident. Photos are evidence that may be critical to the success of your case. Make sure to take pictures of all injuries as well as the damages to your vehicle. If there appears to be any contributing factors such as damage to the road, construction, or debris, this should be documented as well.

The following is a checklist of items you will need in order to file a claim:

  • Police report of the accident
  • All medical records and expenses
  • Photographs from the accident (if possible)
  • Date, time and location of the accident
  • Road conditions present at the time of the accident
  • Any obvious signs of equipment failure from the semi-truck
  • The location of all vehicles involved in the accident

Figuring out how to receive monetary compensation in cases involving semi-trucks or other large vehicles can be complicated. At Park Law Firm, we take the stress and worry out of these situations so you can concentrate on recovering from the accident. With offices in St. George and Cedar City, the courteous St. George truck accident lawyers at Park Law Firm are ready to work on your case. Call today for a free consultation with no obligation. If you’ve been injured in an accident involving a semi-truck or another large vehicle, you owe it to yourself to find out what your rights and potential benefits may be.

Call (435) 222-5869 today!

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