Kenosha Failure to Train Lawyers

It’s very important that trucking companies properly train their employees, as driving these large vehicles requires special skills. If a trucking company is negligent in this respect, it could be putting dangerous drivers out on the road. Not only might an undertrained truck driver injure himself or herself, but any other driver on the road might also be in danger of sustaining serious injury in the event of a truck accident. Fortunately, although paying for medical treatment for injuries sustained in accidents can be expensive and difficult, sometimes a negligent trucking company can be held legally and financially accountable for the injuries and costs that result from such an accident.

If you or someone that you know has been hit by a truck driver and you think that the truck driver was undertrained or untrained, you could be due financial compensation. Contact an experienced Kenosha truck accident lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today by calling 800-242-2874.

What a Driver Needs to Know

A truck driver operates a vehicle that’s much different from a regular-sized vehicle, so his or her training is very important in order for him or her to adequately operate the vehicle. In proper training, a truck driver should learn:

  • Hours of service regulations/requirements
  • All safety features of a truck
  • How to operate a large truck in inclement weather
  • How to park and move a large truck safely
  • How to take sharp turns and handle hills safely

All aspects of a truck driver’s training are very important for decreasing the chances of an accident on the road, so if a truck driver is inadequately trained, the consequences could be dire for unsuspecting drivers.

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If you have been victimized by an undertrained or untrained truck driver’s behavior, contact an experienced Kenosha truck accident attorney of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at 800-242-2874. Our legal team may be able to help you protect your rights and interests after an accident caused you undue harm.