One of the reasons trucking collisions are more complex than car vs. car
accidents is that there can be multiple parties at fault. Often, it’s
not just the carelessness of the truck driver.
At Tabor Law Firm, we
advocate for truck accident victims throughout Indiana who are suffering from serious injuries and grieving
families mourning a wrongful death. With decades and decades of trucking
litigation experience, we know how to get to the bottom of a collision
and determine who is at fault while maximizing your potential recovery funds.
We Uncover All The Liable Parties
When a truck accident happens, it is important to work with a lawyer as
soon as possible so an in-depth investigation can begin. Do not give the
trucking company a chance to do repairs and get rid of crucial evidence.
Hire a lawyer who will work with experts to fully and completely examine
the tractor and trailer for potential defects which contributed to the
We will work quickly to find all of the liable parties, which may include:
Truck driver: We will find out if the driver was violating the rules of the road or driving
distracted, drunk or fatigued.
Trucking company: While many drivers today are technically independent contractors, many
trucking companies engage in shady business practices. This can include
not providing the proper driver training, forcing drivers to spend too
many hours on the road without rest, not performing proper maintenance
or hiring drivers who are unfit.
Truck/trailer/parts manufacturer: For accidents caused by jackknife, tire blowout, brake failure or rollover,
parts manufacturing companies may be to blame. We will work with engineers
and other experts to determine if shoddy manufacturing played a role.
Loading company: A company that overloads a trailer or tank could be held liable if there
is a spill of goods or hazardous materials that causes injuries.
Do Not Delay. Talk To Tabor Law Firm Today.
We are one of the premier personal injury firms in Indiana because we combine
relentless advocacy with close, client-centered service. To learn more
about how we can help you,
schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys today. Call our office in Indianapolis at (317) 236-9000.