Mobile, Alabama Truck Accident Lawyers – (251) 299-0101
Were you struck by a commercial truck and catastrophically injured? The cause of your trucking accident could be traced to a mechanical failure within the truck. Proving as much could be instrumental in the success of your injury claim.
Cunningham Bounds and our personal injury attorneys in Mobile, Alabama can help you sort the details of your truck accident case. Our law firm has been fighting for the rights of the wrongfully injured since we were first founded in 1958. Thanks to our representation, our clients have recovered billions of dollars of damages through verdicts and settlements. Unlike many other law firms, we are willing to take your case all the way to trial and go up against major insurance companies on your behalf.
Learn more about your rights after a mechanical failure truck accident and our legal services at Cunningham Bounds by contacting us now.
Elements of a Mechanical Failure Case
Seeking compensation after being in a truck accident rooted in a mechanical failure can be difficult. It is likely the trucking company will try to pass a portion, if not all, of the liability onto the manufacturer of the part that failed. Depending on what can be determined through an investigation, such a liability placement could be justified.
Parts of a commercial truck commonly cited in a mechanical failure case include:
- Load securements
You can expect the part manufacturer to resist any sort of liability in your mechanical failure truck accident claim. They will likely be defended by insurance companies with the same strength and size as a truck company. The underlying truth is another party did cause your accident, and they should be the one who covers your damages.
Get to the Bottom of Your Case without Worry
If you have our truck accident lawyers on your side, then you do not need to worry about the division of liability between the trucking company and the truck part manufacturer. Why? Our dedicated team will be sorting through the details for you! We act on your behalf with the concentration and tenacity as if we are representing ourselves.
Call (251) 299-0101 to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation today.