Truck drivers are usually paid based on the number of miles they drive. Unfortunately, drivers often omit certain parts of their trips in order to log less hours
, but more miles. By logging fewer hours and more miles, they can be paid more. When a driver is overworked or fatigued, the possibility of causing a wreck increases. When a truck driver is engaging in negligent behavior resulting in a wreck, a fraudulent log book can affect the victim’s claim. If the driver omitted certain legs of a cross-country trip or has lied about the number of hours he or she has worked, it may affect the value of the victim’s claim.
Why use our fraudulent log book attorneys in Dallas?
At Sommerman, McCaffity, Quesada & Geisler, L.L.P., our attorneys understand that every claim is unique. We will evaluate your situation and develop a strategy that best fits your particular needs. An effective strategy may include skillful negotiations with an adjuster or advocacy in the courtroom. Our lawyers will work hard for you to achieve the most fair compensation for your injuries resulting in the negligence of a truck driver.