Catastrophic Injuries in Virginia Truck Accidents

While any vehicle accident has the potential to cause severe to catastrophic injuries, truck accident victims are often left with life-threatening and life-altering injuries. These injuries not only leave victims physically and emotionally...

Virginia Truck Accidents Caused by Brake Failure

According to national statistics, mechanical failure is one of the leading causes of commercial truck accidents in the United States. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) sites brake failure as one of the most common types of...

Proving Liability in a North Carolina Truck Accident

While a car accident case can have issues that can make it somewhat complicated legally, the majority of accident cases usually have a clear at-fault party. The victim of the crash pursues any legal action against that at-fault driver, usually...

Proving Liability in a Virginia Truck Accident Case

Not every personal injury attorney has the experience and/or legal expertise to successfully represent truck accident victims. Truck accident lawsuits are often more complex than other types of vehicle accident cases and require the skill of an...

Dangers of Jackknife Truck Accidents

There are thousands of trucks that drive along and through Virginia roads every single day. Unfortunately, these massive vehicles often put other commuters at significant risk of being injured or killed in a trucking accident. Each year, there...

State Police: Speed Caused Driver to Lose Control of Truck Hauling 900 Live Turkeys

A tractor-trailer hauling almost 900 live turkeys overturned in Campbell County in an accident police say was caused by reckless driving on the part of the truck driver.

According to Virginia State Police, the crash occurred on Tuesday, March...