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Catastrophic Injuries Often Follow A Truck Accident

Due to their size and speed, an accident caused by an 18-wheeler often leads to catastrophic injuries and devastating property damage. If you were injured or lost a loved one in a truck accident, schedule a free consultation at our firm to learn more about your legal options.

At Young & Young, Attorneys at Law, we have extensive experience representing our Charleston clients and injured individuals throughout South Carolina. We are prepared to handle numerous personal injury cases, including motor vehicle accidents and injuries sustained on dangerous properties.

As experienced Charleston personal injury lawyers, we aggressively fight for the maximum compensation possible in every case. Whether we are negotiating with the at-fault party’s insurance carrier or representing our clients in court, we provide strong guidance and personal service. Call Young & Young, Attorneys at Law, today.

Truck accidents can be caused by numerous factors, including:

  • Driver fatigue
  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Distracted driving
  • Unbalanced load
  • Faulty safety equipment
  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Tire blowouts
  • Improper lane change
  • Failure to leave a proper stopping distance

While there are several laws and regulations designed to ensure the safety of those on the road, it is not uncommon for truck drivers to bend the rules to deliver their loads on schedule. Following a truck accident, it is imperative that you seek legal guidance immediately. Typically, the trucking company will move quickly to protect their driver and begin protecting their case. You need the same experience and tenacity on your side.

After A Truck Accident, Call Our Firm

For a free consultation to discuss your case, please contact us online, or call 843-619-7755 today.