Truck Equipment Failure Accidents in Santa Clara County
Personal Injury Lawyer for Truck Accident Victims in Northern California
From bad tires to faulty hitches, equipment failure is a common cause of trucking accidents. If you have been injured in a semi truck accident that was caused by equipment failure, you want a lawyer on your side who can get to the bottom of what happened in your case.
With more than 40 years of experience protecting truck accident victims, Attorney John J. Garvey, III can help you get the medical care you need and financial compensation you deserve. Dedicated to personal injury law, he understands what you are up against and he is not afraid to take on insurance companies and trucking companies to protect your rights.
Getting to the Bottom of Equipment Malfunction
One of the most common causes of truck accidents is the malfunction of basic equipment, including tires, hitches and safety chains. Even if the truck never crashes, a blown tire creates a serious hazard for following vehicles. If a safety chain comes undone or a hitch fails, the trailer can detach from the tractor, causing havoc on the highway. In the case of a flammable or toxic load, the situation can be devastating.
If you have been injured in a truck accident, you may have no idea what caused it. That is okay. The Law Office of John J. Garvey, III works with experienced investigators and accident reconstruction experts who are familiar with these cases and can recognize the signs of equipment failure. They also work with medical specialists and life care planners who can demonstrate the full impact of your injury, so you can maximize your recovery.
Consult an Experienced Equipment Failure Lawyer, Call 408-293-7777
Do not hesitate to contact San Jose truck accident lawyer John J. Garvey III and schedule a free initial consultation. He is ready to answer your questions and help you explore your recovery options. Available during weekly business hours, he also offers home and hospital visits by appointment. And all cases are handled on a contingency basis, so there is no risk to you.