More than 330,000 truck accidents occur every year in the U.S. Close to 1 in every 4 of these collisions results in some type of injury or death.1
At Dormer Harpring, our attorneys are all-too-familiar with the devastation that can be caused by truck accidents. Seeing the terrible harm truck accidents can do is one of the reasons why we are dedicated to providing truck accident victims with compassionate support and carefully-tailored representation as we help them recover.
We encourage you to continue reading to learn more about the most common types of truck accidents and their typical causes. And when you need answers about your recovery options after a truck crash, don’t hesitate to contact a Denver truck accident attorney at Dormer Harpring.
Common contributing factors may include (but aren’t limited to) speeding, brake (or other equipment) failures, driver inexperience or recklessness, and slick roads (which may be due to weather conditions).
Common contributing factors may include (but aren’t limited to) driver distraction (on either motorist’s part), truckers’ failures to replace broken taillights, and a lack of underride guardrails on trucks (to prevent these collisions).
Common contributing factors may include (but aren’t limited to) speeding, failures to properly secure truckloads, trucker fatigue or impairment, or any motorist’s violation(s) of traffic laws.
Common contributing factors may include (but aren’t limited to) driver distraction, driver impairment or fatigue, traffic violations, and road conditions (like icy roadways).
Common contributing factors may include (but aren’t limited to) the negligence of any involved motorist and/or the negligence of the trucking company employing the involved trucker.
After a truck crash, contact a Denver truck accident attorney at Dormer Harpring for unique representation as you get on the path to recovery.
You can call us at (303) 747-4404 or email us via the contact form on this page to find out more about our services and how we can assist you.
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From offices based in Denver, our attorneys provide exceptional representation to people throughout Denver County, Adams County, Boulder County, Arapahoe County, Jefferson County, and the state of Colorado.
1: According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
2: According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration