A commercial truck driver was ticketed in connection with an accident at the Speer Blvd. overpass across I-25 in Denver, according to 9 News. Road signs warn well in advance of a clearance that some semi-trucks can’t make in certain lanes, but the driver in this case was in the wrong lane, and hit the overpass. Chunks of concrete and metal debris came down on the road, damaging four cars, and seriously injuring the driver of one. A Denver Police spokesman indicated that the woman was seriously injured but is expected to survive. She had two children in the car with her; the children were not injured. The bridge itself sustained minor damage, but engineers have determined that it is still safe.
Have you or a loved one been seriously injured in a commercial vehicle accident? Contact an experienced Pueblo trucking accident attorney today to discuss your options.
With an incredible difference in size and weight from passenger vehicles, commercial semi-trucks have the potential to create terrible wrecks. When a truck strikes a car directly, it is quite common for serious injury or death to result. In some cases, those who are injured in these kinds of crashes have serious traumatic brain injuries, which may result in completely changed life and a lifetime of medical bills. While these bills will keep mounting forever, the trucking companies lawyers will probably be fighting hard to make sure that those expenses aren’t their problem. Even if their driver was negligent in the accident.
Contact dedicated Colorado trucking accident attorney Smith & Smith today to discuss your options if you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a commercial vehicle crash. Smith & Smith has helped countless Coloradans to protect their rights, and to recover financial compensation for medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering after serious accidents caused by the negligence of others. Smith & Smith has many years of experience, and possess the legal skills you need to get the best possible outcome for your accident. He works on a contingent fee basis, which means that you pay him only after he recovers compensation for you. For more information and a FREE CASE EVALUATION, contact Pueblo trucking accident attorney Mickey Smith today at (719)544-0062.