BOISE SEMI TRUCK ACCIDENT LAWYER
Semi Truck Accident Lawyers in Boise
2484 N Stokesberry Place #150
Meridian, ID 83646
Semi truck accident cases are much different than regular car accident cases. Because of this, it’s important that you hire an experienced Boise semi truck accident lawyer. At Hansen Injury Law, our attorneys have extensive experience handling these types of cases. Some attorneys treat semi truck accidents just as they would any other car accident, but that’s a mistake. These types of cases are completely different.
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If you have experienced an accident where you were hit by a semi truck or tractor trailer, call us now at (208)577-5300 or fill out the form on the right so that we can start the process of setting up your case for a win right away.
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The Facts and Laws
Professional truck drivers and trucking companies are bound by specific rules and regulations found in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR). These regulations are revised and updated constantly. Remaining current regarding the latest regulations, as well as monitoring proposed regulations, is vital as an attorney.
When a professional truck driver causes an accident, it is most often the result of numerous FMCSR violations and both the driver and the company should be held responsible. In most car accident cases, it’s not critical that you immediately hire an attorney. But in trucking cases, it is extremely important that you hire a truck accident attorney immediately. The federal trucking regulations require drivers and companies to preserve valuable evidence, but some of this information can be disposed of as soon as 30 days after the accident unless your attorney notifies the company of your case and your request that they preserve the information.
The Key to Your Case
The federal trucking regulations limit the amount of consecutive hours a professional driver can be on the road. We’ve found that this is probably the most common law that drivers knowingly violate because they have strict deadlines and can even get bonuses for early delivery of their loads. To discover whether the hours of service rules were broken by a driver, our attorneys will request the following information:
- Log entries
- Fuel receipts
- Toll receipts
- Bills of lading
- Delivery manifests
- GPS tracking information
- Accounting records
- Trip envelopes
We then can compare all of this information to ensure that the driver is not falsifying his/her log books thereby putting other drivers in harm’s way.
Trucking companies have a duty to hire safe and responsible drivers and to adequately train and supervise them. When trucking companies and semi truck drivers violate trucking regulations and you or a loved one is injured, or attorneys will keep them responsible.
If you’ve been involved in an accident involving a semi truck, call us today at (208) 577-5300 or fill out the form on the right so that we can preserve valuable evidence and handle your case while you focus on healing. You can also schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys.