Birmingham No-Zone Truck Accident Lawyers
Commercial truck drivers and trucking companies are responsible for ensuring the safe operation of 18-wheelers. Unfortunately, they sometimes fail to live up to this responsibility. For drivers of passenger vehicles, being involved in an accident with a truck can be devastating. If the truck driver is unable to see a passenger vehicle in one of the truck’s blind spots, or “no-zones,” the risk of getting into an accident is much greater.
If you have suffered harm in a truck accident and are facing medical bills, lost wages, repair bills, and other expenses as a result, we can help you seek the financial compensation that you deserve. To learn more about no-zone truck accidents and your legal rights, contact the experienced Birmingham no-zone truck accident lawyers of Yearout & Traylor, P.C., by calling 205-414-8160 today.
What is a “No-Zone”?
A “no-zone” is an area around the truck where the driver has poor visibility. The key no-zones of semi-trucks include:
- Front no-zone, located directly in front of the truck
- Side no-zone, located in the blind spot on either side of the truck
- Rear no-zone, located directly behind the truck
If your accident occurred because the truck driver was not using caution for the risks associated with no-zones, he or she may be liable for the accident.
If you have been involved in an accident with a truck due to no-zone blind spots, we may be able to help you get the financial compensation you deserve. For a free legal consultation, contact the Birmingham no-zone truck accident lawyers of Yearout & Traylor, P.C., by calling 205-414-8160.