Car versus Truck Accidents & Injuries

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Statistics show that each year there are around 4,500 large truck accidents involved in fatal crashes. This is largely due to the large size differential between a car and a truck.  The average truck can weigh up to 80,000 pounds whereas the average car weighs a mere 3,000 pounds.  When a collision occurs between these two vehicles it typically results in serious injuries, property damage, and death, due to the fact that the smaller vehicle generally experiences the brunt of the force from the accident.

The World Health Organization has stated that auto accidents are the leading cause of death throughout the entire world.  Oftentimes these accidents are unavoidable and caused by the negligent acts of other individuals. However, paying full attention while driving will help to greatly reduce accidents by increasing driving safety.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a car vs. truck accident due to the negligent actions of another individual, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses.  Our litigators believe that these negligent individuals should be held accountable for their negligent actions in the court of law.

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Common Types of Injuries

In many cases car vs truck accidents result in serious injuries that may alter the course of ones life.  These are typically so severe due to the extreme size differential of the colliding vehicles, thus resulting in the smaller vehicle taking most of the force from the accident. When an accident occurs between a car and a truck it is essential to call 911 and seek immediate medical attention.

Common car & truck accident injuries include:

In most instances, car vs truck accidents require on-site emergency medical care. In these types of situations it is necessary for everyone involved to seek medical attention to determine if any internal injuries have been suffered, as these injuries my not be visible or appear for some time. Failing to do so could lead to further injury and possible death.

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Types of Car on Truck Accidents

As dozens of trucks pass through our Windsor roadways, it is likely for car on truck accidents to occur.  Many of these accidents are likely to occur due to a driver not paying attention to their surroundings. Of course, there are many different types of truck accidents that can occur from a number of different situations.

Some truck accident causes include:

Learning about different types of collisions could greatly reduce an individuals chances of being involved in an automobile accident, as well as learning about trucks’ blind spots or no zones.  Simply put, when a lesser sized vehicle is travelling in close proximity to a large truck, there is a large chance that the truck is not able to see this vehicle.  If you are interested in learning more about these blind spots, complete the Free Case Review form on this page.

Need Help? Contact Our Legal Professionals Today

If you or a loved one has been involved in a car vs truck accident, it is critical that the victims seek immediate medical attention and legal guidance from an experienced barrister.  Utilizing the services of a knowledgeable lawyer can help you get the maximum compensation for your losses and damages.

At Greg Monforton and Partners, our entire team of personal injury lawyers and support staff are dedicated to helping injury victims receive the justice they deserve in the court of law.  With our firm located in Windsor, we are licensed to serve all of Ontario.

Some locations we serve include:

  • Barrie
  • Burlington
  • Cambridge
  • Guelph
  • Kingston

For additional information on how our legal teams can help you in your time of need, or to schedule a no-obligation consultation, contact us today at (866) 320-4770 and a member of our intake team will take the details of your accident and connect you with one of our experienced auto accident lawyers.

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