How Can The Sargent Firm Help You?
The Boise, Idaho trucking accident lawyers at The Sargent Firm have two guiding principles:
- Every case is handled by a partner from start to finish.
- Our lawyers collaborate to bring each case and client a unique and sympathetic experience using our legal expertise and our professional perspectives.
Our lawyers are skilled strategists armed with experience on both sides of the courtroom. This allows us to best serve our clients and get them the results they deserve.
Legal Obligations of Trucking Companies and Truck Drivers
Truckers, like all motorists, have an obligation to operate their trucks in a safely. Additionally, truck drivers and trucking companies are subject to industry-wide specific regulations that must be followed. If the trucking company or truck driver fails to comply with their obligations, they could be liable for damages.
Causes of Truck Accidents
Determining the cause of a trucking accident is an important part of the legal analysis, affecting issues of liability, procedure, and damages. Some of the possible causes of a trucking accident include:
- Tired driving
- Speeding/reckless driving
- Alcohol-related accidents
- Improper training
- Improper maintenance and use of truck
- Failure to comply with industry safety regulations
- Unlawful loading of trucks
As experienced trucking accident lawyers, we work one on one with accident investigators to assess the cause of the trucking accident. We will always ensure that our clients are treated fairly.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
If you or a loved one has been injured in a trucking accident, contact the experienced and knowledgeable Idaho trucking accident attorneys at The Sargent Firm for a free consultation to discuss your legal rights following a truck accident. If you cannot come to our offices, we will come to you. We take cases on a contingency basis—you will not pay any fee unless we get you compensation. Based in Boise, we serve the entire state of Idaho. Let The Sargent Firm get the results you deserve.