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South Carolina Truck Accident Lawyer

Fighting for Truck Accident Victims in South Carolina

The sheer weight and size of commercial vehicles pose a major danger to other vehicles on the road. Because of this, truck drivers carry a special responsibility when they operate on South Carolina roads. In addition, trucking companies should also be held accountable for the scheduling, training, and capability of their drivers, as well as the safety and maintenance of their vehicles.

If you were involved in a traffic accident with a large commercial truck, you may be entitled to compensation. You should not hesitate to speak to a South Carolina personal injury attorney about your rights and options.

An Experienced Truck Accident Attorney Can Help You Get the Money You Deserve

There are many special requirements for truck drivers in the state of South Carolina. Because these vehicles can weigh 40 tons or more when fully loaded, the laws of physics explain why they pose a particular danger to passenger vehicles. Any high-speed collision with these trucks can result in devastating injuries, or even death.

It is important for drivers to be fully alert and rested in order to safely drive. Special rest periods are required for truck drivers. Unfortunately, many drivers do not follow these regulations. In fact, the National Transportation Safety Board conducted a study that found that as many as 40 percent of all truck accidents are caused by driver fatigue. Other common causes of truck crashes include:

  • Speeding
  • Rollovers
  • Brake failure
  • Fuel fires
  • Jackknifing
  • Alcohol or drug impairment

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If a company was more concerned with its bottom line than the safety of South Carolina drivers, we believe they should be held financially responsible. You could be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. Do not hesitate to call George Sink, P.A. Injury Lawyers to find out more with a free consultation. Our team of personal injury lawyers is prepared to fight for you.