Hit by a Drowsy Truck Driver?
Call on Our Houston Truck Accident Attorneys
Truck accidents can happen for a wide range of reasons, but regardless
of the cause, they all often end in tragic injuries and devastating damages.
Sadly, drowsy driving is one of the leading causes of these deadly and
life-altering accidents, with the U.S. Department of Transportation estimating
that nearly 30% of all truck drivers suffer from sleep apnea. Even more
concerning is the fact that many of these drivers are aware of the rules and
trucking regulations that prohibit them from driving extended hours, yet still ignore them.
If you have been injured in a serious
truck accident caused by a drowsy driver, we encourage you to reach out to our
Houston personal injury lawyers today. We bring years of legal experience to the table and have been recognized
for the high caliber of representation we provide to our clients.
Contact The Cox Pradia Law Firm, P.L.L.C. to set up a consultation with our compassionate team.
Recovering Fair Compensation After Your Accident
According to federal official, drowsy driving is continually leading to
highway collisions and fatalities. With more than 30,000 estimated highway
fatalities occurring every year, it is a shocking fact that one in seven
of those are caused by truck drivers. Whether truck companies continue
to push their drivers to stay on the road longer or drivers themselves
are seeking to earn more income and cut down on time-off, it is clearly
a very serious problem that someone needs to be held responsible for.
When you have been hit by a truck driver due to drowsy or sleep-deprived
driving, it can be very frustrating. That is why our firm is here to hold
these negligent individuals accountable.
Our truck accident lawyers in Houston seek to recover the following for
- Hospital bills and medication costs
- Physical therapy expenses
- Costs for medical devices, such as prosthetics or aids
- Lost wages and earning potential
- Both mental and physical pain and suffering
- Permanent disability adjustments
- Future and long-term medical expenses
Punitive damages in
wrongful death cases
By reviewing the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations,
we can determine whether the driver who hit you violated any of the Hours
of Service (HOS) rules that limit how long commercial truck drivers can
be on the road. Even if they did not technically violate any regulations,
we can still work to demonstrate acts of negligence on their part to ensure
that you are fairly compensated for your injuries.
Come to The Cox Pradia Law Firm, P.L.L.C. for counsel backed by years of
insight. We are passionate about representing the rights of injury victims-
fill out a free case evaluation to tell us about your case.