Truck Driver Accidents Caused by Inadequate Training

Could inadequate truck driver training have caused your injuries? Let Elk & Elk investigate.

Driving a commercial vehicle requires a commercial driver's license (CDL). To get one, drivers must take a class, which includes driving with an instructor. With the number of injuries and deaths caused by truck accidents every year, this training could be critical to limiting the risk involved in truck driving.

More than 50 years of experience standing up to trucking and insurance companies

Unfortunately, some companies allow drivers to hit the road before completing the training. After an accident caused by an improperly trained truck driver, talk to an experienced personal injury attorney.

At Elk & Elk Co., Ltd., we have more than 50 years of experience supporting injured people throughout Ohio. We know how to deal with trucking companies, insurance companies and other large corporations.

Let our lawyers deal with the insurance and trucking organizations while you focus on your recovery. We have the experience and the resources to handle your case without charging any fees upfront. Call 1-800-ELK-OHIO to schedule your free consultation.

A team of injury professionals dedicated to proving your case

The purpose of the training is to make the road safer for everyone, so when drivers receive inadequate training before hitting the road, it could be dangerous for everyone. Proving that inadequate truck driver training caused a truck accident can be difficult, but the team of injury experts at Elk & Elk is ready to help. By hiring Elk & Elk, you are hiring a team of injury professionals. Our personal injury attorneys work with:

  • Accident reconstructionists
  • Investigators
  • Doctors and nurses
  • Accountants

Contact us for a free consultation

The experienced lawyers at Elk & Elk are here to help if you or a loved one was harmed by an inadequately trained truck driver. Call 1-800-ELK-OHIO or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.

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