A TRACK RECORD OF FINANCIAL RECOVERY FOR TRUCK ACCIDENT VICTIMS
Under federal regulations, commercial truck drivers cannot consume alcohol while driving or for four hours before driving. The regulation states, “no driver shall report for duty or remain on duty requiring the performance of safety-sensitive functions while having an alcohol concentration of 0.04 or greater.”
Violation of these regulations is negligence, and a truck driver can be held responsible in a lawsuit brought by the victims of a trucking accident, tractor-trailer accident or dump truck accident. If you or a loved one has suffered due to a drunk driving accident, our firm can help. Call our office today. Our trucking DWI accident lawyers are available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We will travel to meet you.
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With more than five decades of legal experience, we have helped thousands of clients receive tens of millions of dollars in financial recovery. That compensation is critical for injured people and families who have suffered catastrophic injuries and losses from truck-driver drunk driving accidents. It covers their medical costs, rehabilitation expenses and lost wages. It starts to compensate for the pain and suffering they endure.
We take our work seriously. We know how important financial recovery is for our clients. In order to provide the highest quality legal representation, we have pooled our extensive resources with those of other attorneys in the area.
INVESTIGATING TRUCK DRIVER DRUNK DRIVING
A commercial truck driver does not need to be “drunk” under state law in order to have violated the law. The blood alcohol level for drunk driving for commercial drivers is .04. Our investigators look into every detail, including where the driver was drinking.
Our trucking DWI accident lawyers also look into other factors contributing to the accident — whether the driver was fatigued, and whether the driver had a history of drug use or traffic tickets for reckless driving. You may have a claim against the truck driver, the trucking company, or the bar or restaurant where the driver drank.
CONTACT A TRUCKING DUI ATTORNEY
If you or a family member has been injured by a drunk truck driver, we can help. Contact a trucking DUI attorney today by calling our office.