Did A Fatigued Truck Driver Cause Your Injuries? Our St. Louis Attorneys Can Help.
Operating an 80,000-pound semi-truck requires 100 percent of the driver’s concentration and skill. There is no room for error in this line of work, and any kind of impairment, including fatigue, can lead to an accident that results in severe injuries. If you have been injured in an accident that occurred because the driver was impaired, an experienced attorney can help ensure that you receive full and fair compensation for your losses.
At Hullverson Law Firm in St. Louis, we represent truck accident injury victims throughout Missouri and Illinois. We have extensive experience representing injury victims in truck accident claims involving impaired and fatigued drivers. You can rely on us to do everything in our power to see that you receive the maximum level of compensation available for your claim.
To schedule a free consultation with an experienced truck accident attorney, contact us today.
Skillful Representation In All Types Of Claims Involving Impaired Truck Drivers
No matter what types of issues may be involved in your case, you can feel confident in our ability to resolve them. We have handled cases involving some of the most recognized names in the trucking and transport industry, and we use effective strategies to secure the compensation you deserve.
We are prepared to represent you in any type of claim involving an impaired truck driver, including:
- Truck driver fatigue: There are federal guidelines that dictate the number of hours of rest a truck driver must have before he or she goes back out on the road for another shift. We will review the driver’s log books and all other documentation in order to build a compelling case on your behalf.
- Impaired by drugs: Some drivers have been known to use stimulants or other drugs that could impair their ability to operate a truck. We will examine all of the test results to determine whether drug use played a role in the accident that led to your injuries.
- Impaired by alcohol: The threshold for blood alcohol content (BAC) is much lower for commercial truck drivers than it is for other drivers. If there is any indication that the negligent truck driver in your case was impaired by alcohol, we will use the evidence to strengthen your claim for damages.
Talk To A Lawyer About Your Truck Accident Claim Today
Contact our St. Louis office today to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our attorneys. Call us locally at 314-802-4928 or toll free at 866-217-4974, or contact us via email to arrange an appointment.