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Truck Accident Lawyer in Texas
In 2013, there were 531 commercial motor vehicle fatalities in Texas, and many of those accidents involved 18 wheelers. In addition, 5,798 people were injured by commercial vehicles in 2013, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. Because truck accidents often lead to catastrophic injuries, the consequences can be devastating. Semi-trucks weigh as much as 80,000 pounds with full cargo loads, and when they are involved in crashes with passenger cars and trucks, it is often the smaller vehicle that is destroyed. This means serious, and often fatal, injuries to the drivers and passengers in those smaller cars.
Truck accidents lead to serious injuries such as spinal cord trauma, traumatic brain injuries, broken bones and more. These injuries are often fatal, leaving family and friends devastated and unsure where to turn. The Carse Law Firm is equipped to help. Whether you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, or a loved one has died of injuries sustained in an accident with a commercial vehicle, Carse Law Firm is there to guide you through the process. The Carse Law Firm gathers evidence, investigates, and aggressively fights for you, allowing you to focus on healing after an injury or the loss of a loved one.
Whether you have been injured after a large truck jackknifed, an 18-wheeler rear-ended your vehicle or due to the driver’s negligence, such as falling asleep at the wheel or driving under the influence, The Carse Law Firm fights for your rights throughout the entire process. We have helped people injured in truck accidents throughout Texas.
Often truck accidents are caused because the driver has violated federal law regarding how many hours they are permitted to drive. Federal law limits drivers to 11 hours of driving time, followed by a mandatory 8-hour break. They are also not permitted to work more than 77 hours per week. Yet, because companies often pay the driver by the miles driven or the deliveries they make, many drivers push that limit, and many truck accidents are caused by driver fatigue. In addition, in order to stay awake, many truck drivers resort to medications designed to keep them awake, unaware that they are now driving impaired. When you add distracted drivers, such as those texting or making cell phone calls, it is easy to see why so many accidents occur between passenger cars and trucks on Texas highways.
Carse Law Firm is here to help you get through the pain of injuries sustained in a truck accident, or to help you get the justice you deserve after losing a loved one in such an accident. Call us today at 877-865-2580 or 972-CALL-TOM. You can also contact us online to set up your free, confidential consultation. If we accept your case, you pay nothing unless we win. Carse Law Firm serves Dallas, Grand Prairie, Arlington, Garland, Mesquite and the entire state of Texas.