Construction Vehicle Accident Attorney
Millions Recovered for Injured Clients
Injuries and fatalities in work zones—especially involving construction
vehicles—are far higher than fatality rates on the highway. When
you need representation against those responsible for your injury or loss,
Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge is here. Our firm has over 100 years
of combined experience, much of it spent in the courtroom. We are seasoned
litigators—Attorney Randy Kinnard alone has tried over 250 cases in his career. When you need to entrust
your case to lawyers who do their jobs skillfully, aggressively, and compassionately,
call our Nashville truck accident lawyers.
Call (615) 933-2893 to schedule your free consultation.
Crashes Involving Construction Vehicles
The vast majority of construction vehicle crashes take place in work zones,
where injury rates occur at a much higher frequency. Of all fatal crashes
in work zones,
41% were rear-end collisions, whereas rear-end collisions only account for
16% of fatalities anywhere else. An average of
85% of construction fatalities are occupants of regular passenger vehicles.
Accidents involving construction vehicles require investigative skills
and the experience to know what to look for.
Our staff is filled with insightful consultants and experts who understand the factors
behind injury-causing accidents. With extensive trial experience, our
attorneys are incredibly skilled at discovering the root causes of an
accident and building a case around your story.
You can entrust your story to Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge because we offer:
Trusted Experience – We are
seasoned litigators, with more trial experience than most lawyers accrue in their
Proven Success – We have recovered
millions for our clients in
record-breaking verdicts and jury awards across Tennessee.
Dedication to Our Clients – Our firm cares personally about every client we’ve served;
you are more than a case number to us.
OSHA Regulations for Construction Vehicles
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulates construction
Safety and Health Regulations for Construction, OSHA outlines rules for large trucks and other commercial construction
vehicles. These regulations include things like requirements for emergency
brakes, head and taillights, and audible warning devices.
Backover incidents are particularly a danger in the construction industry, so OSHA has standards
particularly for backing. This includes regulations that prevent a driver
from operating a vehicle with an obstructed view to the rear, backing
up only when sounding warning alarm, and backing up only when an observer
signals that it is safe to do so.
Schedule a Free Consultation—(615) 933-2893
U.S. News’ 2016 list of Best Law Firms, our excellent history of results and our
dedication to our clients’ lives has been widely recognized. Our
firm is passionate about handling your case the right way—through
hard work, preparation, and careful discovery of the truth. Contact our
firm today when you need a strong, competent, and compassionate
truck accident lawyer in Nashville.
Help yourself move forward by holding those at fault responsible.
Schedule your consult today.