Reckless Driving And Truck Operation
Trucking on our streets and highways poses risks to occupants of other cars and trucks even when truck drivers are careful and attentive. A truck driver who is careless and reckless at the wheel is an even greater hazard to traffic safety.
At the time of the truck accident that caused you or your family member serious or catastrophic injury, how was the truck driver behaving? Was he or she adhering to laws, safety regulations and rules of common sense? Or was the truck driver engaged in reckless behaviors such as:
- Illegal lane changes
- Cutting off other drivers while weaving in and out of traffic
- Driving erratically, drifting from one side of a lane to another or from one lane to another
- Aggressively passing other cars and trucks, even when those other vehicles were going the speed limit
Immediate Investigation Is Needed
A detailed investigation into the causes of the truck accident that changed your life may reveal that reckless driving by the truck driver was a factor. Reckless driving by another vehicle may also have been a factor in your truck accident. Discuss how to recover compensation for your injuries and losses after another driver’s reckless driving contributed to the accident. Contact us at the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A.
Let An Experienced Truck Accident Lawyer Help You
The Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. in Fayetteville offers a free initial consultation for injury victims after truck accidents, including home and hospital visits. We handle serious and catastrophic injury cases on a contingency basis. This means that our law firm fronts the costs of expert testimony and collects attorney fees only if we win compensation for our clients.
Contact us by phone at 910-779-3135 or email to discuss your truck crash or auto accident case and legal options. After a North Carolina reckless driving accident, attorney representation can make a great difference in the outcome of your injury claim. Our law firm represents clients throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia and Pennsylvania.