Personal Injury
Columbus, Ohio

Overloaded Trucks

Trucks Are Overloaded For A Simple Reason - Money

An overloaded truck is a danger to everyone on the roads of Central Ohio. They are far more likely to sustain tire failure. Their brakes wear out faster. The increased weight makes them more difficult to stop, raising the possibility of dangerous rear-end accidents. Overloaded trucks back up traffic by traveling slower uphill and pose a danger to other traffic by traveling faster downhill. The cargo of an improperly loaded truck is more likely to shift during transport, making the vehicle more difficult to operate in the event of a traffic emergency and can even result in a rollover. So why do trucking companies put the lives of you and your loved ones at risk?

Greed.

Trucking companies feel the financial pressure of delivering their cargo on schedule. So loading a few extra crates or other cargo onto a truck may not seem like a big deal when it means fulfilling a contract by meeting a deadline. Fewer trips by overloading their trucks also means the trucking company can save money on fuel.

Make The Trucking Company Feel Real Pressure - Hire An Aggressive Columbus Truck Accident Lawyer

If you think a trucking company is looking out for its interests before a crash, wait until after you've been involved in a truck accident involving an injury. Trucking companies are subject to an entirely different set of complex federal, state and local regulations. Not only that, but the driver, company, truck manufacturer and the owner of the cargo involved in the crash may each have their own insurance companies. But you don't have to face this small army of lawyers on your own. Enlist the assistance of experienced Columbus truck accident lawyer Scott Smith. Call him today for a free consultation at 888-311-5297 or contact us online.

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