The Importance of Preserving the Evidence
by Michael Maggiano
A truck crash can be a commuter’s worst nightmare. In any truck accident, a car or motorcycle’s smaller size is at an extreme disadvantage. When an 18-wheeler collides with a car, the car’s occupants face even greater risk, and injuries and deaths are more likely in a trucking accident than any other type of car accident. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration found that, in accidents involving a large truck and another vehicle, the driver or occupants of the smaller vehicle are when an 18-wheeler collides with a car, the car’s occupants face even greater risk, and injuries and deaths are more likely in a trucking accident than any other type of car accident.
In 2014, 503 truck drivers were killed in work-related accidents. The number of trucking fatalities has increased every year since 2009, showing a troubling trend for both truck drivers and other drivers on the road.
Michael Maggiano created a complete guide from start to finish on What to do after a Trucking Accident; The Importance of Preserving the Evidence. Showcasing the knowledge and years of experience to help anyone who wants to learn, it can make the difference for you or someone you love after being involved in a trucking accident.
Inside this ebook, you will find information about compensation, damages, liability, state and federal laws, tips on preserving evidence and the steps to take after a collision