Q: How do I prove that truck driver error contributed to my Maryland truck accident injury?
Driver error is certainly a factor in most accidents. However, proving that fact and proving which driver was at fault is often easier said than done. This is particularly true in truck accidents where the trucking company typically has an entire team of defense lawyers, skilled in accident investigation and equipped with the best resources possible to protect their defendants. It can be nearly impossible to win against such a well-trained team.
Making your claim even harder to prove is the fact that Maryland is a contributory state, so any hint that you might have also contributed to the crash can rob you of your right to any compensation whatsoever. The trucking company’s defense lawyers are well aware of this rule and will use it to their benefit whenever possible. That’s why we suggest that anyone who is trying to prove truck driver fault in connection with a Maryland truck accident should hire a lawyer skilled in truck accident lawsuits. These types of lawsuits are notoriously difficult to win, despite the fact that the victims are often seriously injured and in desperate need of compensation.
If you’ve been injured in a Maryland truck accident, you may be eligible for compensation, provided you did not in any way contribute to the cause of the accident. To prove your innocence and the truck driver’s fault, you will need to rely on the skills of an experienced Maryland truck accident lawyer who knows the tricks truck driver defense lawyers typically use. Call Nickelsporn and Lundin today to request a free consultation and to set up your appointment.