Have You Been Injured in a Truck Accident This Winter?

Winter Truck Accidents

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Were You Injured in a Truck Accident This Winter?

Did you know that trucks are responsible for more than half of road accidents in the United States? According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2021, light trucks were responsible for 42.9% of accidents on our roads, while large trucks caused about 9.3% of accidents. If you or a loved one has been involved in a winter truck accident, contact Morgan and Morgan today. Our winter truck accident attorneys might be able to secure the compensation to which you may be entitled.

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  • Common Causes of Winter Truck Accidents

    Winter truck accidents can be particularly dangerous due to the challenging driving conditions. From our experience handling such cases, most fingers point to the following factors as the most common causes of such accidents:

    • Poor visibility due to the presence of snow, sleet, and fog
    • Slippery roads due to ice and snow  
    • Inadequate vehicle maintenance, which includes failure to winterize the brakes, tires, and lights  
    • Driver inexperience with winter conditions
    • Driving over the speed limit
    • Driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol
    • Trucking companies failing to properly screen drivers before hiring them
    • Fatigue due to working long hours without breaks
  • Common Injuries from Winter Truck Accidents

    Injuries sustained after a winter truck accident can range from mild to severe. Some of the most common include:

    • Broken bones
    • Head injuries
    • Spinal injuries
    • Lacerations and bruises
    • Hypothermia or frostbite in cases where victims are exposed to cold for extended periods
    • Whiplash
    • Chemical burns
  • Who Can Be Held Responsible?

    In such cases, our team of attorneys and accident specialists usually conduct thorough investigations to determine the party that was responsible for the accident. Here, liability could fall on any party, including but not limited to:

    • Truck driver, due to negligent driving, such as speeding  
    • The trucking company if it failed to enforce proper training or maintenance standards
    • Vehicle manufacturers, if a vehicle defect contributed to the accident
    • Other drivers whose reckless or negligent driving under winter conditions might have caused the accident
    • Government entities that dropped the ball on the public’s safety by failing to conduct road maintenance or clear snow and ice.
  • Get a Free, No-Obligation Case Evaluation

    We understand that each winter truck accident case is unique. It can vary widely based on the specific circumstances and factors involved. That is why we offer a free, no-obligation case evaluation. Tell us about your case today – America’s largest and most powerful injury firm might be able to fight for your right to compensation.


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