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Accidents Involving Debris And Overloaded Trucks

Were you injured in an accident caused by an overloaded or overweight truck in Massachusetts? The law firm of Dane Shulman Associates, LLC, is ready to evaluate your injury claim and make recommendations on how to obtain full compensation.

Free consultation: Meet with one of our Boston-based lawyers at a time and place convenient to you, with no further obligation necessary. We are happy to offer you free advice if you have been injured in an accident caused by an overloaded truck. Simply fill out our short contact form.

Overloaded Trucks And Overweight Trucks

After an overloaded truck accident, all factors must be considered in order to maximize compensation. You may have an injury claim against the driver of the tractor-trailer, or against an entity that was responsible for loading the semi truck. The overload or lack of tie down which resulted in your accidental injury on the highway may have been the responsibility of some other person or entity other than the truck driver. However, the truck driver may have failed in his duty to inspect his own truck, even if someone else loaded it.

Furthermore, the driver’s log may reveal where the contents of a tractor-trailer were weighed — which may reveal to investigators whether the truck was overweight.

Falling Debris

In some cases, truck accidents and injuries are the result of debris, such as ice, falling from the truck and landing on automobiles behind the car. If you were hit by debris from a truck, which drove away without knowing that it hit you, you can still make a claim against your own uninsured motorist insurance if you are unable to locate the truck. In some other accidents, the truck was improperly loaded or overloaded, resulting in an unstable truck that was difficult to control.

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Call (617) 298-2500 for a free consultation.

Contact the law offices of Dane Shulman Associates, LLC, in the Boston area to learn how our attorneys can help after an overloaded truck accident. Initial consultations are free. We represent accident victims on a contingency basis.

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