Who Can You Hold Liable In A Trucking Accident?
Those who walk away from a trucking accident with only cuts and bruises are extremely lucky. Unfortunately, many people suffer from lifelong, catastrophic brain or spinal cord injuries that leave them out of work.
Knowing who to hold accountable for a truck accident is much more complex than in a regular car accident, especially when you have trucking companies, insurance companies and their lawyers fighting you every step of the way. At the Piazza Law Group, our lawyers have built a strong reputation in Pennsylvania for their ability to take the fight to the defense.
With more than 65 years of combined experience, our lawyers will not back down or settle too early. Call us at 570-382-3143 to schedule a free consultation and learn more.
We Understand Complex Liability Laws
The highways around Scranton and across the region are filled with trucks. Unfortunately, that means we see more than our fair share of accidents.
With our lengthy experience in these matters, we know how to examine a case from all possible angles, giving us a crucial advantage over the defense. We can determine if the:
- Truck driver was an independent contractor who owned his or her own truck.
- Trucking company that hired the driver was forcing the driver to log too many hours or not performing routine maintenance.
- Cargo company responsible for loading the truck overloaded or improperly secured the truck’s load.
- Part manufacturer is liable for designing a defective truck part that malfunctioned and caused an accident.
We will work hard to prove liability and secure compensation from every single party who is responsible for your suffering. Throughout that time, our firm has built a lengthy track record of trial successes that maximized compensation for trucking accident victims.
If You Are From Out Of State, We Can Help
Our local interstates are also crowded with drivers from outside of Pennsylvania trying to get somewhere else. If you are hurt in a trucking accident in Pennsylvania, we can help. We understand Pennsylvania law and how you can get medical care while pursuing a claim for compensation.
Get Lawyers On Your Side Who Know How To Fight.
Call The Piazza Law Group.
We accept all of our cases on a contingency fee basis. That means while we go up against the trucking and insurance companies, you will owe us no attorney fees unless we secure compensation for you. We invite you to call us at 570-382-3143 or contact us online to arrange a free, no-risk consultation today.