Improper Maintenance

After a truck accident, it is perfectly natural to wonder, "How could this have happened?" Unfortunately, the answer is often that the accident was caused by improper truck maintenance, and could have been avoided if the truck driver and trucking company had been more responsible.

A Proven Approach To Complex Trucking Accident Cases

At The Martin Law Firm, we help those who have been hurt in trucking accidents obtain the answers they deserve, pursue the compensation they need to pay for their medical bills and other damages, and hold negligent truckers and trucking companies accountable for their actions.

We have developed time-tested investigation techniques that allow us to accurately analyze evidence in truck accident cases. These techniques allow us to pinpoint the causes of truck accidents, including improper maintenance that led to:

  • Tire blowouts
  • Loss of brake control
  • Diminished steering ability
  • Accelerator malfunction
  • Faulty lighting or navigational signals
  • Trailer detachment
  • Loads coming loose

In any case involving improper truck maintenance, our focused approach to personal injury law allows us to put you and your family in the strongest position possible. When you work with us, you will receive direct attention from firm founder Gregory A. Martin. Gregg is a well-known Houston trial attorney who is board-certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. As a former insurance adjuster, Gregg knows exactly what trucking companies and their insurance carriers will look for in these and other types of trucking wrecks. He uses that knowledge to counter any legal strategies that these massive companies will use in an attempt to elude responsibility for the damage they have caused.

Ready For Answers Directly From An Experienced Lawyer? Contact The Martin Law Firm.

Call our office at 281-893-0777 or contact us online to discuss your case with us. We are based in Houston and fight for the rights of injured clients across the region.