Drug- & Alcohol-Related Truck Accidents

When a Truck Driver's Poor Decision Causes Serious Injury

Driving an 18-wheeler takes an immense amount of skill, and there is no room for error on the part of the operator. Commercial truck drivers are held to a much higher standard when it comes to driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and federal regulations clearly define the rules they are required to follow.

When truck drivers make the decision to get behind the wheel after using illegal drugs or having too much to drink, it creates a serious hazard for everyone else on the road. Truck accidents involving a fully alert and unimpaired driver can result in catastrophic injuries to victims. Impaired drivers operating large commercial trucks create an entirely separate level of risk for other motorists.

Strong Representation for Victims of Impaired Truck Drivers

At the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd, P.A., we represent people throughout North Carolina who have been injured at the hands of a negligent truck driver. Of all the causes of trucking accidents, an impaired driver is among the most senseless because 100 percent of them could be avoided if the driver would simply make the right decision and stay out of the truck.

When you hire our firm, we work tirelessly to secure the maximum level of compensation available for your case. Our Fayetteville truck accident attorneys seek to hold the driver fully accountable for the harm he or she has caused. We also explore every opportunity to pursue claims against the driver's employer, the trucking company and any other parties that might share in the liability for your injuries.

Contact Our Office to Discuss Your Case With a Lawyer

After a serious truck accident, there can be many complex legal issues that need to be addressed. We will take the burden of the legal issues off your shoulders so you can concentrate on your recovery. Contact our office today to schedule a free initial consultation. You can reach us by phone at 910-779-3135 or send us an e-mail to get started.