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There are many differences between a collision with a passenger vehicle and an 18-wheeler truck. The type of investigation that is done in a commercial vehicle collision is much more thorough and robust due to the unique characteristics of large trucks, including their size, weight, amount of parts, and required maintenance, as well as the driving restrictions under which 18-wheeler drivers must operate.

Oftentimes, you need to hire an expert to investigate the 18-wheeler involved in the collision to see if there were any mechanical failures, if maintenance was avoided, if the driver was keeping logs, and if those logs were accurate.

The injuries that result from an 18-wheeler collision are typically much more serious than they are in a collision involving passenger vehicles. In an 18-wheeler collision, there can often be multiple parties responsible for the crash. The driver, the trucking company, and any other company who may be responsible for the crash could be held liable.

Motor carriers who have interstate operations have to abide by federal regulations. Those regulations can be stringent and often times they can be broken, which leads to collisions with vehicles.

The expenses involved in investigating and prosecuting an 18-wheeler collision are typically much higher than they are in a normal car accident collision. You usually have to hire experts in a number of different areas, and it can cost tens of thousands of dollars to prosecute the case.

If you’re injured in a collision with an 18-wheeler, you want to hire a skilled truck accident attorney who has a lot of experience in this area of the law. An attorney who doesn’t know how to properly litigate an 18-wheeler case can do much more harm than good for your claim.


If you or a loved one has been injured in an 18-wheeler or semi-truck accident, the trucking accident attorneys at Zinda Law Group will evaluate your case and discuss your rights and remedies. We have the legal experience, knowledge, and resources necessary to help you seek maximum compensation for medical bills, property damage, loss of earnings, pain and suffering, and more.

Call Zinda Law Group today at 888-309-6676 to get a free consultation with one of our truck accident attorneys. If we don’t win your case, you pay nothing.