80 Years Of Combined Experience Representing Maryland’s Injured
Accidents involving trucks are often some of the most tragic accidents on Maryland’s roadways. The sheer size and power of these vehicles can forever change the lives of individuals in smaller vehicles or motorcycles.
Your insurance company knows this and should be prepared to give you the compensation you need to cover medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. It is common for an insurance company to attempt to lowball an accident victim in an effort to save money and keep its profit margins high.
This is unacceptable, and you need an advocate who will fight for your right to fair compensation. At Maronick Law LLC, we are prepared to represent your interests in the face of unethical or outright illegal practices by insurance providers and trucking companies. Authorities in the legal field, our award-winning attorneys have the skill and resources it takes to go up against these formidable opponents.
To find out how we can help with your truck accident case, contact us at 410-881-4022. Your initial personal injury consultation is free and confidential. Services available in every community of Maryland.
What Causes Commercial Truck Accidents?
Every accident is different, but there are some common types of negligence and other situations that may lead to commercial truck accidents in Baltimore and across Maryland:
- Fatigued and overworked truck drivers
- Drunk truck operators
- Truck drivers under the influence of illegal or prescription drugs
- Speeding and driving too fast for current conditions
- Unsafe lane changes
- Failures to check blind spots
- Negligent truck maintenance or inspections
- Tire, brake or other truck systems failures
- Overloaded trucks
- Unsecured or imbalanced truck loads
- Defective truck or auto parts
- Hazardous roadways
- Heavy weather, such as snow, rain, fog or high winds
- Violations of trucking regulations
Who Is Liable For A Trucking Accident?
The liable party in a truck accident claim may be any person or company that is responsible for causing the collision. This may include:
- The trucking company
- The shipping or loading company
- The truck operator
- The owner of the truck
- The truck’s manufacturer
- The party responsible for inspecting and maintaining the truck
- Another driver
We Have The Knowledge And Resources To Handle Your Claim
Our attorneys are experienced, diligent and dedicated to the well-being of our clients. We will carefully examine the circumstances of your 18-wheeler accident and its effects on your health and finances.
Calling on accident reconstruction specialists and other experts, we will gather the information we need to build a strong case for you. We work with individuals throughout Maryland who are facing a variety of injuries. We understand that no two accidents are the same, and as such we are dedicated to providing the personal attention and support you need through the life of your truck accident claim.
With eight offices across the state, we represent clients anywhere in Maryland, including Glen Burnie, Baltimore, Ocean City, Hartford and Towson.