Scottsdale Truck Accident Attorney

Accidents involving large commercial trucks in the state of Arizona often result in major injuries and extensive property damage. At Torgenson Law, our Scottsdale truck accident attorneys understand how challenging it can be for victims to recover compensation. If you have been injured due to the actions of a truck driver or trucking company, we will handle every aspect of your claim, so you can focus on recovering from your injuries.

Choose Torgenson Law for Your Scottsdale Truck Accident Case

  • The team of personal injury lawyers at Torgenson Law has spent more than 20 years representing clients who have sustained injuries due to the actions of truck drivers or trucking companies.
  • We stay up-to-date on current laws and regulations related to the trucking industry so that we can hold every liable party accountable for their actions.
  • Scottsdale truck accident victims do not have to worry about paying any legal fees to our attorneys until after we successfully recover compensation for their losses.

Why Is an Attorney Necessary for Your Truck Crash Claim?

Truck accident cases in Scottsdale and throughout Arizona typically become incredibly complicated, particularly for individuals with limited resources at their disposal. A skilled truck accident lawyer will step in and handle every aspect of the claim on your behalf. This includes:

  • Thoroughly investigating every aspect of the incident
  • Looking into the history of the truck driver and trucking company
  • Ensuring you are evaluated by a trusted medical professional who can treat your injuries
  • Working with economic and financial experts to calculate total expected losses
  • Handling all negotiations with the insurance carriers (both the driver’s and the company’s)
  • Preparing your claim for a trial in front of a personal injury jury if necessary

Truck Accidents Caused by a Truck Driver or Company

Truck drivers and trucking companies are regulated both by state entities as well as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). These regulations include stipulations on how many hours a truck driver can operate and how often trucks have to be inspected and maintained. Unfortunately, the actions of truck drivers and trucking companies can still lead to a vehicle accident. This can include a driver:

  • Operating beyond the allowable hours of service
  • Operating while impaired by alcohol or drugs
  • Operating while distracted by a phone or another device in the vehicle
  • Tailgating other drivers on the roadway
  • Failing to abide by traffic laws, including a failure to yield, speeding, failing to use turn signals, etc.

Trucking companies can also be held responsible for vehicle accidents, particularly if they fail to adequately background check drivers or train them before allowing them to operate on the roadway. Additionally, if a trucking company fails to regularly inspect and maintain their vehicles, and vehicle failure turns out to be the cause of an accident, the company could be held liable for the incident.

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Call a Scottsdale Truck Accident Attorney Today

If you or somebody you care about has been injured or sustained property damage in a truck accident caused by the actions of another party in Arizona, reach out to an attorney immediately. At Torgenson Law, we have the experience necessary to handle every aspect of your claim, and we know what it takes to go head-to-head with aggressive insurance carriers and trucking companies. When you need a Scottsdale truck accident attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here to fill out our contact form or calling us at (602) 641-3007.