1 Killed in Tragic Semi Crash | Aurora Trucking Accident Lawyer
According to CBS News, a woman driving a Pontiac on I-70 in Aurora was killed after driving into the back end of a semi-truck. Police believe that the truck may have been having mechanical difficulties, and for that reason was driving very slowly in the lane of traffic. The woman came up behind the truck, and wedged her car underneath the back end of the trailer. She died at the scene. Investigators do not believe that drugs or alcohol were involved in the crash.
Have you been seriously injured in a trucking accident? Contact an experienced Aurora trucking accident lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your options.
According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration traffic accidents involving large trucks account for over 50,000 injuries and about 3,000 fatalities every year. When a car or small truck is involved in a collision with a large, heavy commercial truck, the incredible difference in momentum can mean a terrible result for anyone inside the passenger vehicle. Of course, in most cases, commercial truckers are experienced, safe drivers but with the inherent difference in size, if a commercial vehicle accident is caused by negligent driving by the commercial driver, the outcome can be tragic.
If you have been injured in a trucking accident, contact an experienced, dedicated Aurora trucking accident lawyer right away. John Fuller is an Aurora trucking accident lawyer who has helped countless people in Aurora and around the Denver area who have been injured due to the negligence of other drivers to recover compensation. From conducting an independent investigation into the crash, to dealing with insurance companies, to explaining the facts of your case to a jury, he can provide the legal expertise and vigilant advocacy that you need. For more information and a FREE CASE EVALUATION, contact at John R. Fuller, PC today at (303)597-4500.