We Represent People Seriously Injured In Truck Accidents
On average, semitrucks weigh 15 times more than cars. Their massive size and tonnage translates to greater danger on the road. Additionally, trucks often require far greater stopping distance than cars. Truck drivers are also more likely to suffer fatigue after spending hours on the road. When a collision does occur, the force of the impact can be immense.
As a result of all these factors, accidents involving trucks are far more likely to result in serious injuries and fatalities. Such a sudden and unexpected injury or death can leave family members at a loss on how to move forward, both emotionally and financially.
Dedicated Legal Guidance · A Team Of Skilled Litigators
At Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., we provide experienced representation in trucking accident cases in the Denver area and statewide. Our legal team consists of skilled trial attorneys with extensive experience handling personal injury and wrongful death cases. We walk clients through the many legal considerations that arise following an unexpected accident.
Our firm is committed to providing quality, next-level representation for those who have been seriously injured (often permanently) or who tragically lost loved ones. Call 303-395-4773 today for a consultation.
We never settle for mediocrity. On the contrary, we go above and beyond to obtain results for our clients.
Exploring All Routes To Recovery
Truck accident cases are often more complicated than those involving passenger cars. Although the truck driver may be at fault, other parties may also be liable, including the driver’s employer and the truck manufacturer.
Many possible sources of negligence may have contributed to the accident such as:
- Inattentive or distracted driving
- Improper truck maintenance
- Negligent repairs
- Defective parts
- Lack of adequate training
- Failure to observe trucking regulations
- Loss of load
- Drunk driving
- Driving impaired by drugs
- Sleep-deprived drivers
The rules of the road are different for trucks. Truck drivers must observe detailed state and federal regulations that govern the maximum number of hours they can drive, mandatory breaks, logbooks, and record-keeping, and other aspects of truck driving. Failure to adhere to these requirements can give rise to liability.
At Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., we are diligent in exploring all possible sources of recovery. We work with trusted experts, investigators, and other professionals to uncover the contributing factors and hold the responsible parties accountable.
Attorneys Handling Semitruck Death And Injury Cases In Colorado
For an initial consultation with one of our lawyers, contact us at 303-395-4773. Our offices are conveniently located in Denver, Westminster and Breckenridge. We represent clients throughout the Front Range area and statewide.