When Truck Drivers Get Distracted – Accidents HappenDangerous Truck Wreck

Drivers on the road face the possibility of getting distracted nearly every time they get behind the wheel. People will talk on their cell phones, focus on changing the radio station, watch other drivers and send text messages from their phones. There are no excuses for driver distraction, especially from truck drivers. If you or a loved one has been involved in a truck accident, it is in your best interests to seek advice from a lawyer. Sommerman & Quesada, L.L.P., is ready to listen and help. Our law firm is located in Dallas and serves individuals throughout Texas and New Mexico in truck accident claims and personal injury matters from the plaintiff’s side. We also have significant experience handling auto accident claims, brain injury claims, burn injury claims and gas line explosion claims.

Why Are Truck Drivers So Commonly Distracted?

Truck drivers are frequently on the road. It is their job to drive across the country carrying products from place to place. Unfortunately, drivers often times lose focus on the road — which can lead to traumatic or catastrophic accidents.

Some of the most common truck driver distractions include:

  • Texting while driving
  • Talking on a cell phone
  • Falling asleep at the wheel
  • Truck driver fatigue
  • Distractions from internal communication devices

Do I Need an Attorney?

If you have been injured in an accident caused by a negligent truck driver, it is a smart idea to seek assistance from a lawyer. A lawyer will be able to provide an objective opinion about your claim and help educate you about the available benefits. At our firm, you will work directly with your attorney at all points throughout your case. Your attorney will listen to your concerns and work toward a resolution that is in your best interests. Sommerman & Quesada, L.L.P., is ready to stand by your side and help you get the compensation you deserve.

Contact the Attorneys at Sommerman & Quesada, L.L.P.

Please contact our firm online or by calling 214-720-0720 or 800-900-5373. We can be reached 24/7. Hablamos español.