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When you’re hurt in an truck accident, you may need help determining who is responsible for the costs of your accident. Unfortunately, that may be easier to say than to do. Luckily, the lawyers at Kohan & Bablove Injury Attorneys can help when you’re asking, “Who is at fault for my truck accident?”
When you’re hurt in a truck accident in California, your first thought may be that the truck driver is at fault. They may have been driving carelessly, and you suffered for it. But even if they caused the truck accident, they may not be financially responsible for your injuries.
You may instead need to file a lawsuit against their employer. Employers are liable for the damages their employees may have caused, so if this applies to your case, your truck accident lawyer can help you file a claim against the liable employer.
In some cases, the driver may have done all they could to drive safely. But a mechanical failure can make it impossible to keep the truck on the road. When this happens, the truck accident may not be the driver’s fault.
For example, the truck driver’s brakes may have failed, causing them to lose control and crash. When this happens, the manufacturer may be liable for your injuries.
Your truck accident may not have been caused by any driver, or even the vehicles involved. Your truck accident may instead have been caused by the roads. For example, a pothole or road defect can cause you or another driver to lose control of your vehicle.
If a road hazard left you seriously injured in a truck accident, the Orange County Transportation Authority may be liable for your injuries. This department is responsible for keeping the roads safe, so if they fail to do that, they may be liable for your injuries.
Because the at-fault party may not be willing to come forward, you may need guidance from the lawyers at Kohan & Bablove Injury Attorneys. We can help you determine who’s at fault for your injuries, represent you in court, and fight for your compensation, all starting with a free consultation. Reach out for yours by calling 1-844-404-2400 or by completing the online contact form below.