There was an 18-wheeler rollover crash in Lumberton, Texas on March 10, 2023. The crash occurred on Highway 69. The tanker was loaded with 8,500 gallons of gasoline when it overturned and began leaking fuel. The highway was closed as a result of the cleanup. At least one person was taken to a local hospital.
There have been a number of recent trucking accidents, resulting in severe injuries and sometimes death. There was a crash involving an 18-wheeler in Nueces County, Texas on March 2, 2023. Three people were killed in an 18-wheeler accident near Hatch, New Mexico on March 2, 2023. There was a crash involving an 18-wheeler in Dallas, Texas on March 4, 2023. There was an 18-wheeler crash in Milam County, Texas on March 6, 2023. Multiple 18-wheelers were in a crash near Corsicana, Texas on March 7, 2023.
Safe trucking companies must take adequate precautions to ensure that their drivers do not severely injure or kill members of the public in a trucking accident. Industry standards require trucking companies to regularly inspect their equipment, including their tires. Safe companies must also supervise their driver to ensure that the company’s policies and procedures have been followed. It goes without saying that an 18-wheeler must yield to other cars on the roadway. 18-wheelers pose significant risks on the roadway.
Spagnoletti Law Firm has attorneys licensed in Texas, Florida, and New York. We have handled numerous cases involving 18-wheeler accidents in both federal and state court across the country. Our attorneys have extensive experience and the skills needed to aggressively represent the families of loved ones who have lost their lives or been seriously injured in a trucking or commercial vehicle accident. The experienced 18-wheeler accident attorneys at Spagnoletti Law Firm have previously been involved in similar cases and can help you understand your rights if you or a loved one was involved in a trucking accident. Please contact us online or call 713-804-9306 or 877-678-5864 to learn more about your legal rights.