BOISE TRACTOR TRAILER ACCIDENT LAWYER

Boise Tractor Trailer Accident Attorneys

boise tractor trailer accident lawyer

Hansen Injury Law Firm

2484 N Stokesberry Place #150

Meridian, ID 83646

(208) 577-5300

 

Professional trucking companies and their tractor trailer drivers are required to follow and obey specific rules and regulations found in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. If they don’t, and you are injured as a result, you can receive compensation in an accident case. At Hansen Injury Law, you can find the Boise tractor trailer accident lawyer to help you win your claim.

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From the moment you hire our firm, you will never have to collect evidence from the trucking company or speak with an insurance adjuster. We will handle everything for you so that you can focus on the things that matter most — your injuries, your job, and your family and their well-being. Call us today at (208) 577-5300 or fill out the form to the right for your free consultation with attorney Matt Hansen.

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Driver rules and regulations include:

  • Be physically and mentally qualified to drive a commercial motor vehicle
  • Be able to read and speak the English language
  • Receive regular medical examinations performed by a licensed medical examiner.  Commercial drivers should not be operating tractor trailers if they have a clinical diagnosis of diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, sleep disorders, etc.

Many trucking accidents are due to a company hiring and providing a driver with a tractor trailer even though the driver is unfit to be driving on our roadways.

After an accident, professional drivers are required to preserve the following information:

  • Travel logs
  • Fuel receipts
  • Bills of lading
  • Hours of service
  • Medical and pharmacy records
  • Cell phone and credit card records and
  • Truck maintenance records

What Next?

We can collect this information for your case, but it’s important that you contact us immediately as some of these records can be destroyed by the trucking company as soon as 30 days after the accident.

Trucking companies and their insurance companies have rapid response teams that are immediately called out to the scene of an accident so that they can start preparing their defense against you. As soon as you contact our office, we will immediately start investigating the accident and work with our trucking experts to counter common tactics from the insurance companies.

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