A poorly maintained truck is a hazard to everyone on the road. Trucking companies are legally responsible for maintaining their trucks and making them safe for long-distance travel, but all too often fail to do so. When poorly maintained trucks cause road accidents, the results can be tragic.
At Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C., we represent people who have been injured in truck accidents caused by faulty truck maintenance and other forms of negligence. We have a proven record of success obtaining favorable verdicts and settlements for clients from the Boston area and throughout Massachusetts.
Contact us today online or by telephone at 617-698-6000 to speak with an experienced Boston, MA, faulty truck maintenance accident lawyers.
Because of the size and mass of 18-wheelers, even the slightest breakdown in truck maintenance can have disastrous effects. Inadequate maintenance in large commercial trucks can lead to:
While federal regulations regulate the maintenance and operation of semi trucks, trucking companies cut corners to increase profits. This is a dangerous practice that risks the lives of truck drivers and everyone else on the road. All too often, faulty truck maintenance leads to serious brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and even wrongful death.
Our attorneys are well versed in the regulations regarding truck maintenance and will work to help you pursue maximum compensation for the losses you have suffered.
We work on a contingency fee basis on all personal injury cases, including those involving faulty truck maintenance. This means that you pay nothing if we don’t win compensation for you and that all attorney time is at no charge, including your initial consultation.
We are available for day, evening, and weekend appointments. We can visit you in your home or in the hospital and are conveniently located six miles from the South Station Tunnel right off the Expressway near Route 128. To contact the Boston, MA, faulty truck maintenance accident lawyers at Colucci, Colucci & Marcus, P.C., call 617-698-6000.