When the Driver's Employer Caused the Accident, the Trucking Company May Be Liable

Holding truck companies responsible for serious truck accidents can be extremely complicated. That's why it's important you have a knowledgeable attorney who knows what the rules are governing the trucking industry and knows how to hold them responsible.

You deserve a Houston truck accident lawyer at the Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood who is extremely well versed in the laws governing truck company liability.

Attorney Gene S. Hagood serves on the national advisory board for the Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America or APITLA. This national organization was created by lawyers to eliminate unsafe and illegal interstate trucking practices in America. Attorney Hagood is also very well versed in the federal laws governing the trucking industry. These rules are known as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations or FMCSR.

If you have been injured in a truck accident, it's wise to have a lawyer on your side who understands the critical relationship between FMCSR and truck accidents. Otherwise, you could shortchange yourself and not get the compensation you rightfully deserve for serious truck accident injuries. Discover what the Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood can do for you. Call (800) 632-9404 and schedule a free case evaluation today.

A Texas truck liability lawyer who holds companies accountable

Holding trucking companies responsible for an accident requires experience and resources. That's why you need to make sure you have a seasoned attorney on your side who is not afraid to take on trucking companies, their insurance providers and the teams of lawyers who will defend the negligent parties. This may be your only opportunity to get the compensation you deserve to cover the true cost of your truck accident. Make sure you hold such companies accountable for their actions.

Expect more. Contact the Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood. A truck accident lawyer in Texas will work with you to build a strong case designed to cover the true cost of your accident. They don't take a cookie-cutter approach to cases. They listen to clients' needs, and then offer honest answers and helpful advice so people can make informed choices about what to do. They're on your side. Your case matters to them.