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Truck Defects & Malfunctions

Waco Truck Equipment Failure Accident Attorneys

Common Truck Defects & Malfunctions

Vital in the process of transporting products and raw materials, large trucks and 18-wheelers are essential fixtures on highways. As such, truck accidents involving these massive trucks and smaller vehicles are not uncommon. These accidents are often particularly dangerous as a result of the vast disparity between the two vehicles. Furthermore, injuries sustained in such accidents are more likely to be serious.

When car accidents result from a truck defect or system malfunction, financial restitution is often available for any resulting pain or suffering that an innocent victim may have sustained as a result of the accident.

Dangerous Malfunctions & Defects

Large trucks and 18-wheelers utilize a number of integrated mechanical and electronic systems, each of which may potentially fail and cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle. While any system failure may potentially lead to an accident, it is frequently one of the following two preventable circumstances that contribute to accidents:

  • Tire defects
  • Brake malfunction

Since these large trucks and 18-wheelers are as complex as they are, it is important that a thorough investigation into the exact cause of a truck accident be pursued.

Contact an Truck Defect Injury Lawyer Today

At the Law Offices of Vic Feazell, P.C., our legal team understands how devastating truck and 18-wheeler accidents can be, especially when they involve vehicles that are much smaller. With this understanding in hand, we will aggressively pursue financial compensation from manufacturers whose products were defective or malfunctioned.

To discuss the particulars of your case with one of our Waco truck equipment failure accident lawyers today, please call 254-938-6885.

Contact Law Offices Of Vic Feazell, P.C. Today!

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