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Campbell County personal injury attorney truck accident

Tennessee is an at-fault state, which means that in the event of a vehicle accident, the driver at fault will be responsible for paying the other driver appropriate compensation through his or her insurance company. This rule also applies to truck accidents. Truck drivers must follow additional federal regulations, so if you and your attorney are trying to prove that a truck driver is at fault for your crash, there are more ways to hold the driver or trucking company accountable that you would not necessarily consider in a typical automobile accident. Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your collision, you should work closely with a personal injury attorney to have a better chance of receiving the compensation that you need and deserve.

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Regulations

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) provides federal guidelines for truck drivers and trucking companies to follow to help ensure their safety and the safety of others. For example, hours-of-service rules stand to help prevent fatigued truck drivers from causing accidents. If a truck driver carrying property does not adhere to the following, it will be easy to prove that he or she is at fault for an accident:

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