Proving Liability in a Truck Accident
The commercial truck industry provides contributions to our economy by transporting much-needed equipment, supplies, and other materials. Without truckers, business owners would not be able to order the items they need to keep their company running. However, the trucking industry is known for pressuring their truck drivers to make unrealistic delivery deadlines. This is their way of maximizing their profit margins. With such impractical expectations, this can increase the risk of an accident when a trucker is forced to work extended hours without sufficient rest or speed along the highway to meet those deadlines. When this happens, a person who is injured in a truck accident will have to prove liability on the part of the trucker or trucking company to recover compensation for their injuries and losses.