Truck Accident Attorney Serving All of Maryland
Trucks are an integral part of the fabric of our society. Truck drivers support the supply chain and we rely heavily on their ability to get products from point A to point B. With that said, when trucks are involved in accidents on Maryland?s roadways, victims can become seriously injured and suffer from physical, emotional, and financial burdens for years to come. If you need an experienced legal team to help you recover the compensation you are entitled to after being involved in a truck accident, you can count on the Ruben Law Firm. With decades of experience on your side, we are ready to take on your Maryland truck accident case. Contact the Ruben Law Firm today to schedule a free initial consultation.
Causes of Truck Accidents in Maryland
Truck drivers have a grueling job that requires them to meet the demands of their employers. There are a number of factors that can be taken into consideration when it comes to determining the cause of your accident. Some of the most common factors that cause truck accidents in Maryland include the following:
- Poor visibility because of large blind spots
- Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Drowsy driving due to long hours, up to 14 hours per day
- Using a cell phone while driving
- Failure to brake in time, as trucks need up to 2 football fields in length to come to a full stop
- Mechanical issues that were not attended to
Recovering Compensation After an Accident
If you have been seriously injured in a truck accident, you may be entitled to recover significant compensation for the economic and noneconomic burdens caused by your accident. Often, individuals who have been injured in an accident can recover compensation for the following damages:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Lost earning potential
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Loss of enjoyment of life
Maryland Statute of Limitations
In the state of Maryland, anyone who wishes to take legal action for a personal injury matter must do so within the predetermined statute of limitations. This simply acts as a deadline by which you are required to file your claim. If you wish to take legal action against the truck driver that hit you, you must do so within three years of the date of the accident so you don?t lose the opportunity to recover compensation that can help offset some of the physical, emotional, and financial burdens caused by your accident.
Contact the Ruben Law Firm
If you have been seriously injured in a Maryland truck accident, it is important that you have strong legal representation on your side. The skilled legal team at the Ruben Law Firm has proudly served clients across the state of Maryland for nearly 30 years. If you need strong legal representation to help you navigate the personal injury claims process, contact the Ruben Law Firm today to schedule a free initial consultation.