Unsecure Cargo Accidents

How Unsecure Cargo Can Cause a Truck Accident

Many different things can cause a truck accident, from distracted driving to drunk driving. Another common cause is unsecure cargo. Trucking companies and truck drivers are required to adhere to federal trucking regulations when it comes to loading a commercial truck. The truck cannot weigh more than 40 tons (80,000 pounds) and the cargo must not be able to tip, slide, or slosh in any way that may cause a truck rollover, jackknife accident, or other kind of truck accident. Baffles must be placed in tanker trucks to prevent excessive sloshing of liquid, therefore preventing the truck from tipping over. Other types of goods must be packed tightly or secured so that they cannot fall into the road and hit a following vehicle.

Filing a Truck Accident Claim for Unsecure Cargo

If you collided with or were hit by cargo that fell into the road, or if you were involved in an accident after a truck driver lost control due to unsecure cargo, Nagle & Associates, P.A. can help you win fair compensation. The firm has handled nothing but traffic accident cases for more than 20 years and knows how to work toward the highest possible settlement. Each North Carolina trucking accident lawyer with the firm is also trial-ready at all times and can litigate aggressively for a fair trial verdict when necessary, although most cases end in a settlement of which the client approves.

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Nagle & Associates is prepared to fight aggressively for the compensation you deserve. As a former claims adjuster and insurance defense lawyer, Attorney Carl Nagle now uses his inside knowledge to fight for the coverage and compensation that his clients deserve. The firm has recovered millions and Attorney Nagle is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. Do not hesitate to fill out the firm's free case evaluation if you are looking for the right attorney for your case. The sooner you contact a lawyer, the better!

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