San Fernando Valley Truck Accidents Caused by Speeding Drivers
Depending on where your truck accident occurred and what the conditions were at the time, whether or not the truck driver was speeding could have a big impact on the outcome of your case. Truck drivers, like all other motorists, are expected to follow the rules of the road. If a speeding truck driver is responsible for your injuries, it is crucial to have an experienced truck accident lawyer on your side.
Injured in a Truck Accident due to a Speeding Truck Driver?
At The Law Office of Rosenstock and Azran in Encino, we have helped injury victims in California’s San Fernando Valley for more than 30 years. We are dedicated to fighting for your rights and will aggressively pursue the full compensation you are entitled to for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, mental anguish, and other damages.
For the personal attention and honest legal counsel you need during this difficult time, contact us today. We offer free consultations and will not collect a fee if you don’t collect compensation.
There Are Two Varieties of Speeding
In addition to violating the posted speed limit, drivers can also be ticketed for speeding if they are driving at a speed that is unsafe for the current conditions. Truck drivers, as professionals, are well aware of this.
If the truck driver responsible for your injuries has been ticketed for speeding and other violations in the past, we may be able to go above and beyond the standard compensation and seek punitive damages. These damages help to send a message that negligent acts will not be tolerated. We will investigate your case thoroughly, and if applicable, we will build a case that demonstrates the driver demonstrated a conscious disregard for the well-being of others.