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Starkville Truck Crashes in Road Construction Zones

Semi-Truck Crash Lawyers Fighting for Victims in Starkville

18-wheeler drivers should drive safely no matter where they are in Oktibbeha County, but it is especially important when driving through a road construction zone. A collision in one of these zones could result in construction workers and other drivers to become badly injured. If a truck crash in a road construction zone in Starkville caused you or a loved one to suffer injuries, the Starkville truck accident lawyers at Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz may be able to help you recover damages for your injuries and losses stemming from the collision. For more than 30 years, our large regional personal injury law firm has been serving victims of motor vehicle collisions. We have more than 30 lawyers and over 120 staff members who are ready to take your call, so give us a call today.

Truck Crashes in Road Construction Zones

Miles before road construction zones there are usually signs and cones alerting you to reduce your speed and drive cautiously due to potential unfamiliar terrain caused by the construction and the presence of construction workers. When commercial trucks fail to abide by these precautions, either due to fatigue or blatant disregard of driving laws, there can be horrific consequences. For example, we shall say that you have just entered a road construction zone on MS-25 near the USDA Rural Development office – located at 510 MS-25, Starkville, Mississippi 39759 – when a speeding tanker truck zooms into the same zone behind you. The truck driver starts paying attention seconds before colliding with the rear of your vehicle, and in order to avoid an override accident, he brakes and tries to swerve out of the way. He ends up still hitting your vehicle and others in the zone, leaving you and several others with severe injuries.

Hiring an experienced trucking accident lawyer in the Starkville area can help you recover damages from the truck driver. Obtaining compensation from an 18-wheeler or tractor trailer driver will likely require you to establish negligence, which can be done by showing that the trucker owed you a duty of reasonable care, breached that duty, and caused you to sustain injuries as a result. This is imperative in order to be compensated for lost wages and medical bills from a nearby hospital, among other losses.

The nature and severity of your injuries affects the types of damages to which you may be entitled. Compensatory damages, which can be broken down into economic damages and non-economic damages, are usually awarded to victims once liability has been established. If you experienced an intangible loss due to the accident, such as loss of consortium, disfigurement, pain and suffering, or loss of enjoyment of life, you can be awarded non-economic damages. For victims with monetary losses, such as medical bills, lost earning capacity, and lost wages, economic damages can be awarded.

Explore Your Options with a Dedicated Trucking Collision Attorney in Starkville

Truck crashes in road construction zones can cause victims to sustain debilitating injuries and may render them unable to live as they did prior to the accident. At Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, we advocate for people injured across Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kentucky, including in Starkville, Jackson, Tupelo, Oxford, Grenada, Little Rock, Jonesboro, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville, Caruthersville, Hayti, Columbus, and Meridian. Contact us today by calling us toll-free at 800-529-4004 or by completing our online form to set up a free appointment with a motor vehicle collision attorney. Once you have talked to us, you will understand why NST is the way to go.