One of the most important aspects of any truck accident claim is the determination
of liability. Liability is a legal concept that has to do with who is
at fault and, in turn, responsible for paying damages. Sometimes liability
is clear and unmistakable, but in other cases, the responsible party is
not readily identifiable. Let the injury lawyers at Biren Law Group help
you determine who was at fault for your
Schedule your free, no-risk consultation today by calling us at (310) 896-4345.
Fault May Lie with Multiple Parties
After a truck accident, Biren Law Group will work with a team of seasoned
investigators and experts to discover who was at fault. Although it may
seem obvious that the truck driver is to blame, other parties may also
share in the responsibility. For example, a
defectively designed or manufactured component part could be the real culprit.
Other times, you may need to establish that the truck driver was at fault.
For example, they may have been fatigued from driving too many hours without
proper rest intervals. Although their negligence may not be readily apparent,
our team of experts will look for evidence to prove that they were in
federal trucking regulations.
During an investigation, our personal injury lawyers often discover that
a truck driver or trucking company failed to adhere to legally mandated
safety inspections. In other cases, the trucking company failed to properly
screen, train or monitor their drivers. It is also possible that a government
entity failed to address a dangerous roadway.
“What if I’m being blamed?”
Do not be surprised if an opponent attempts to shift blame. Insurance companies
are notorious for finding means to avoid paying out benefits, even if
it means blaming the victim. Biren Law Group has decades of experience
representing the injured. We will fight skillfully on your behalf if you
have been injured.
Contact our firm today to set up a free consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys
in Los Angeles.