There are many people who could be held accountable for the costs of your injuries after a Roadway Express accident in Texas. It all depends on the specifics of your case: how many people were involved and the factors that directly led to the crash.
Here are just a few possible parties who could be liable for your Roadway Express truck wreck injury:
- If you were hit by a reckless truck driver who fell asleep at the wheel or was driving drunk, distracted, or too aggressively, he could be held liable for your injuries.
- If you are a trucker who was injured when a Roadway Express rig malfunctioned, the truck manufacturer or maintenance contractor could be to blame for faulty wiring or failed brake systems.
- If you were injured because a semi was over the weight limit, both the loading company and trucking company could be held accountable.
- If you were driving a Roadway Express truck that was not properly maintained, your employer could be held responsible.
Our Roadway Express attorneys know that motorists and truck drivers alike can suffer life-altering injuries as a result of a trucking company’s negligence. These large corporations have been known to cut corners on safety to save money, putting both their employees and the public at risk.
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