When you are involved in a truck accident in North Carolina, determining where fault lies can prove a very difficult task. This is just one of many reasons you need a seasoned truck accident lawyer on your side as soon as possible following your collision. The Greensboro truck accident lawyers at Hayes Law have decades of combined experience and a proven track record of getting justice for victims of serious injury. Call us at 336-645-3959 to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help you.
Who can be Held Liable for Truck Accidents in North Carolina?
The following parties may share liability for damages resulting from a truck accident in North Carolina:
- The trucker
- The company the trucker works for
- The company responsible for loading and securing cargo
- Maintenance workers and mechanics
- Parts manufacturers
- Government entities
Depending on the cause of your truck accident, several parties may share partial liability for economic and noneconomic damages. Because each of these parties will have experienced legal counsel and dedicated insurance adjusters working around the clock to minimize or eliminate your settlement, you need an aggressive North Carolina trucking accident lawyer on your side right away. Our attorneys are prepared to stand by your side, protect you against the predatory tactics of insurance adjusters, and fight tooth and nail for every penny you are rightfully due.
Following an accident with a large commercial vehicle, it can be difficult to know where to turn for help. Please contact Hayes Law online or by calling 336-645-3959 to schedule a cost and obligation-free case evaluation – and let us guide you towards the most effective way to secure maximum compensation.
The personal injury lawyer at Hayes Law proudly serve Winston Salem, High Point, and all surrounding areas of North Carolina from our office in Greensboro. If your injury prevents travel, one of our truck accident lawyers will come to you to discuss your case, your rights, and the best way to get the justice you deserve.