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Champaign Failure to Inspect Vehicles Lawyers

Commercial trucks are subjected to much more extreme rigors and stresses than any other kind of vehicle, racking up more miles and hours than the other vehicles they share the road with. For this reason, it becomes even more vital in the commercial sector for regular inspections and maintenance to be carried out with diligence and regularity. Failure to properly inspect a commercial truck can lead to critical problems in the vehicles safety features going unnoticed, and ultimately result in dangerous accidents that threaten the safety and property of other motorists.

If you have been injured in an accident involving a commercial truck, a skilled and experienced in Vehicle Inspection Failure Attorney from Spiros Law, P.C. may be able to demonstrate that the accident occurred due to negligence in inspection procedures, thereby making the trucking company liable.

Risks Associated With Negligence in Inspection

Due to their size and weight, commercial trucks pose an enormous risk to other vehicles and drivers on the road when they suffer mechanical failures. Adhering to a proper maintenance and inspection schedule can prevent such mechanical issues as:

  • Faulty brakes and worn brake pads
  • Over-worn tire tread
  • Faulty brake lights and turn signals
  • Transmission problems

Any of the above issues can directly contribute to an accident, and failing to regularly screen for these issues as mandated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is grounds for a lawsuit if it results in an otherwise preventable crash.

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If you have been in an accident with a commercial truck, the mechanical issue that led to the wreck may have been prevented with regular inspections and maintenance. The experienced and knowledgeable Champaign failure to inspect vehicles lawyers at Spiros Law, P.C. may be able to demonstrate that carrier negligence contributed to your accident, strengthening your case for compensation. Contact us by calling (217) 328-2828 for a free consultation.