Recovering Compensation for Lost Wages in a North Carolina Truck Accident

Actions have consequences – even if they are unintentional. When a party acts irresponsibly or “negligently” and another party is harmed as a result, the negligent party may be liable for damages. This means that the party is responsible...

Do I Need a Truck Accident Attorney for My Case?

When a person is injured in an accident that is caused by the negligence of another party, Virginia law allows them to pursue damages against that party for the losses those injuries have caused. One of the most complex types of vehicle accident...

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...

New Technology Could Reduce Number of Fatigued Truck Drivers on Roads

Some of the most catastrophic crashes that occur on Virginia’s roads involve large commercial trucks. The enormous size and massive weight of these vehicles often cause horrendous damage to smaller vehicles and devastating injuries to the...

How to Avoid Becoming a Victim of a Virginia Truck Accident

According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), there are more than 13 million large trucks and buses on the nation’s roads. Statistics also reveal that these numbers continue to increase every year. Although more trucks...

Common Injuries Caused by Truck Accidents

The massive force behind the impact of a trucking accident is much more deadly than crashes with passenger vehicles. The injuries sustained in crashes with commercial trucks are often catastrophic and are responsible for more than 4,500 deaths...