Truck Employer Negligence in Oklahoma City
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Semi-truck accidents can be both devastating and traumatizing. After an accident, it is crucial that you evaluate the circumstances and situation to better understand who could be liable for the injuries and damage you sustained. While it may seem obvious to blame the truck driver, there are many instances where the truck company is actually at fault. Whether an employer has neglected to provide proper driver training, failed to properly maintain vehicles, or did not abide by trucking regulations, they should be held responsible for any misconduct. For help assessing your grievances and the responsibility of either the driver or truck employer, our firm can help.
If you or a loved one was injured in a truck accident, our personal injury lawyers in Oklahoma City can help. At Clemens Blair, we have more than 30 years of experience working with clients who were wrongfully injured, and we are passionate about advocating for victim’s rights. Not only are we dedicated to providing personalized attention to each of our clients, we won’t charge you a penny unless we win.
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When is an Employer Considered Negligent?
The truck driver is not always the person responsible for the accident, in fact, in many situations the truck employer is the liable party after a crash. Employers have a responsibility to operate a safe business, especially as it pertains to trucks, the drivers, and the goods being transported. Whether an employer maliciously or is simply careless in his or her business practices, if they are in any way responsible for the accident, they should be held accountable for the resulting damage.
Typical forms of truck employer negligence include:
- Negligent or careless hiring practices
- Insufficient or improper driver training
- Inadequate or incorrect truck inspection
- Failure to properly load truck trailers
- Failure to abide by trucking rules and regulations
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In the event that a truck employer fails to provide safe vehicles or does not train employees correctly, the results can be very detrimental. If a truck company does not comply with all regulations and use care when hiring drivers, or ensuring all drivers are licensed and qualified, they are liable for any injuries or damages that occurred as a result of such negligence.
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