The holiday shipping season means that there is likely going to be an uptick in the number of semitrucks on the road. This means that everyone is going to have to drive a bit safer on the roads. It isn't always easy to avoid accidents, partly because you have to put some measure of trust in other drivers. It is imperative that truckers follow the traffic laws so that they can help everyone to get to where they are going safely.
One thing that people do during the holidays is rush about. There is an urgency about many tasks that might not be present during other times of the year. This can lead to unsafe driving practices that may cause crashes. For truckers, the need to meet tight deadlines might cause them to drive in a more aggressive manner than what they do during other parts of the year.
When a trucker slams into a passenger vehicle, the results are almost always disastrous. The occupants of the smaller car may suffer from serious injuries, including ones to the spinal cord or brain. Broken bones, bruising and swelling are also possible. We understand how difficult it is to heal after this type of wreck.
These victims might need extensive medical care, which can be expensive. For some, this one event changes the course of their life. They may be unable to do the things they once did, including doing their job duties. This can put financial pressure on them. The influx of medical bills and the decrease or lack of income are a devastating combination. If you are in this position, you might decide to seek compensation for the damages. We are here to help you with your case.