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What could have caused my loved one's truck accident injury?

There isn't much larger vehicle on Pittsburgh roads today than a tractor-trailer or other commercial truck. These trucks play a vital role in the economy, they provide jobs and are the main mode of transport for goods and services. However, they can also be very dangerous and can cause serious injuries when a truck accident happens. There are many ways that a Pittsburgh truck accident could occur.

While that might sound far-fetched, it is absolutely true. Sometimes it is due to the fault of the truck driver themselves. Other times, it can be because of the action of another motor-vehicle driver. For example, it another motor-vehicle driver gets too close to a tractor-trailer when following from behind, they could slam into the back of the tractor-trailer which can cause the trailer to lose control completely causing accidents with multiple-other vehicles in it's path.

If a truck accident causes serious injuries to you or a loved one, consider what may have caused the accident. It may not always be immediately clear. It's possible the truck malfunctioned due to improper maintenance. This could be due to the truck company themselves as strict federal standards regulate the trucking industry. It could also be a blend of all types of fault, even if the fault wasn't due to the one who was injured.

This type of situation is called being at the wrong place, at the wrong time. It happens to people all the time. This is why personal injury suits exist. They exist to seek reparation for injuries sustained due to the fault or negligence of another party.

Source: injury.findlaw.com, "Common Causes of Truck Accidents," Accessed January 16, 2016

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