Types of Truck Accidents in North Carolina

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Understanding Different Types Of Truck Accidents

When you hear about a truck accident, it is likely that you think about 18-wheeler trucks. However, truck accidents feature all types of large vehicles and have many causes.

At the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd P.A. in Fayetteville, we have experience helping clients in North Carolina seek and recover compensation for all types of truck accidents. We put more than 40 years of legal experience, knowledge and trial skills into our representation of our clients, helping them build claims that put them in the best position to maximize their compensation.

Handling Accidents Involving All Types Of Large Vehicles

Our truck accident clients seek our counsel and representation after they have suffered injuries or lost loved ones in crashes involving trucks or other heavy vehicles such as:

  • 18-wheelers (also known as big rigs and tractor-trailers)
  • Local package delivery trucks and other types of work vehicles
  • Police and emergency vehicles such as ambulances or fire trucks
  • Rental hauled trailers or moving trucks
  • Wide load trucks
  • Public transportation vehicles like city buses

Our attorneys can thoroughly investigate to determine what caused the accident, whether it was drunk driving, improperly towing a vehicle or trailer, a jackknifed trailer or a rollover caused by a tire blowout. They can then figure out how to establish liability, which could be the employer’s negligence, a driver’s recklessness or an engineer manufacturing a faulty product.

No matter what type of truck accident caused your injuries, it is important you get in touch with a lawyer quickly. We can find witnesses, secure evidence and help you seek proper medical care.

Call Our Lawyers Today. We Have The Experience You Need.

We offer free consultations, where you can discuss the details of your case with our attorneys. You can learn more about your rights and options by calling our Fayetteville office at 910-323-2555. If you live nowhere near Fayetteville and your injuries are keeping you from getting to us, we can travel to you.

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