Accidents Caused by Poor Truck Maintenance
Our Nashville Trucking Attorneys Project the Injured
Trucks are powerful machines that require special training to operate.
Part of that training includes practicing regular maintenance. If you
have been injured because a trucking company failed to maintain their
trucks safely, Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge has the experience and
passion to bring them to justice. We recover compensation for our clients,
bringing them closure and providing for their needs in the wake of a severe,
tragic injury. Get your case started today by contacting our firm for
a free consult.
The law protects injured parties by holding accountable those who were
responsible—call (615) 933-2893 today to schedule a free consultation
with our firm.
Growing Fatalities Call for Better Maintenance
Rising fatalities involving commercial trucks has led the National Transportation
Safety Board to strongly recommend more stringent maintenance schedules.
Trucking companies with poor records were specifically asked earlier this
year to address their brake systems with vigilance. The NTSB believes
that more frequent maintenance will significantly affect the recent and
While there are some crashes that cite mechanical failure as the sole cause,
these statistics are misleading because nearly every crash is caused by
factors in conjunction with mechanical failure. For example, trucks are
designed to handle poor weather, and drivers are trained to handle their
machine safely in most weather conditions. It usually takes these factors
and mechanical failure to lead to a crash.
Millions Recovered for Clients in Need
At Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, our accident attorneys have over a
century of combined experience fighting for the injured. Our attorneys are truly
seasoned trial lawyers—Attorney Kinnard alone has tried over
250 cases to date. Our firm cares about our clients’ stories, and we seek
to make their lives better.
We are passionate about providing for our clients’ needs with the
power of the law. Our firm is skilled at investigating the issues that
led to a crash, such as if the truck’s brakes were not recently
maintained or if the tires needed replacement. When we work on a case,
we exhaust every possible factor to bring those who hurt you to justice.
Call (615) 933-2893 to schedule your
free case consultation with Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge.