Trucking Squeeze Play
Large vehicles, primarily trucks, are a crucial and omnipresent feature on the American road. Their turning radius is one of their most distinctive features and is a great deal larger than that of most vehicles. While driving tractor trailers must swing to the opposite side before turning to give themselves road clearance, and many drivers mistake this swing for a shift in their arc. When motorists who mistake the swing attempt to pass a turning truck on the right they may face extensive vehicle damage and physical injuries. The North Carolina and South Carolina personal injury attorneys at Grimes Teich Anderson are experienced in handling accidents involving tractor-trailer rigs and may be able to help you if you have been involved in this type of accident called a squeeze play.
Squeeze play accidents put vehicles in angles which expose motorists to a number of injuries, many of which are common in all car accident cases but several of which are uniquely common in wide turn/squeeze play accidents. These injuries may include broken bones, internal bleeding, organ failure, paraplegia or other forms of paralysis, cognitive impairment, traumatic brain injury, severed limb(s), and spinal cord damage. In order to maintain their special licenses, drivers of tractor-trailer rigs must be familiar with every scenario that has appeared in patterns to challenge truck drivers in the past. Squeeze plays are among these common scenarios. If you have been injured in a squeeze play, please all one of our North Carolina or South Carolina personal injury lawyers today. They are experienced and knowledgeable trial attorneys who can help protect your rights and get the benefits to which you may be entitled.
If you or someone you care about was injured or killed in an accident ¬¬¬after a tractor-trailer driver performed a squeeze play while making a wide turn, you might be owed accident-related benefits. A benefits package may include provisions for medical treatments, repairs to a damaged motor vehicle, wages lost during recovery, legal representation, and/or other elements depending on your situation. You need an injury lawyer like those at Grimes Teich Anderson who knows the law and knows how to protect your rights because they trucking company is not going to do that. Their attorneys will be looking out for the trucking company’s rights and interests.
Tractor trailer drivers are contracted by massive firms with resources to defend their public image and their profit margins since each, and every payout to accident victims involving their drivers follows a trucking group in a permanent file. There are employees in corporate groups whose entire job revolves around blocking payouts and keeping these detrimental marks off the contracting record so that future profits are not risked by past driver negligence.
Grimes Teich Anderson has attorneys who are experienced in tackling the typical maneuvers of trucking firms. We work only for the victims of accidents. We never represent insurance companies. There will be obstacles in your case, as trucking companies have a great deal of incentive to obstruct your path to fair benefits coverage, but let us handle those while you focus on your recovery.Free Case Evaluation
Were you hurt in a squeeze-play accident in North Carolina or South Carolina? Contact Grimes Teich Anderson today at (800) 533-6845 and ask for your free consultation with a personal injury attorney, or fill out the online case evaluation form on our website.
Grimes Teich Anderson LLP has law offices located in Spartanburg, Greenville, and Gaffney, South Carolina and Asheville, Waynesville, Rutherfordton, Spruce Pine, and Franklin, North Carolina.