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Truck accidents responsible for injuries on Pittsburgh roadways

Many accidents, unfortunately, occur on the streets and highways of Pittsburgh. While some of these accidents involve passenger vehicles, but many of the more serious accidents involve commercial trucks. Truck accidents involving tractor-trailers, cement mixers and coal trucks cause a number of severe injuries and deaths of many people every year.

These types of trucks are responsible for carrying a variety of goods across the country. They are large in size and weigh much more than the average passenger vehicle. The size of these trucks makes them a danger to other drivers on the road. Many of these truck drivers do not take the size of their vehicles into account when driving.

The Department of Transportation has numerous regulations in place specifically for truck drivers and trucking companies. Truck drivers are required to take rest breaks and keep track of their road hours to ensure that they will not fall asleep behind the wheel on their coast-to-coast trips. Goods must be properly secured and truck safety features must be serviced regularly. However, there are many drivers and companies that do not adhere to these rules. As a result, many innocent people suffer.

The attorneys of Gismondi & Associates have represented people all over Pennsylvania who have been injured in truck accidents. They will fight for you to receive full and complete compensation for everything you have endured. Medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering can take a toll on a person and his family. Financial compensation can help you get back on your feet and Gismondi & Associates will do everything in their power to make sure you receive this help.

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