Looking in your rearview mirror and seeing a truck riding your bumper is not a pleasant experience, by any means. Neither is having a truck crowd you on the road or cut you off in traffic.
Truckers are under the gun and they often drive recklessly or even aggressively, to deliver their loads on time. Some trucking companies only pay drivers on the miles that are driven, which puts increased pressure on them to drive as far as they can, in the shortest amount of time possible. These demands can make truckers feel stressed, exhausted and short-tempered.
Any driver, who operates a vehicle aggressively, puts everyone at risk. However, a trucker who is aggressive can be even more dangerous, as the vehicle he or she is driving far outweighs the average passenger car.
Some examples of aggressive driving that can lead to Arizona truck accidents include the following:
If you have been hurt in an Arizona truck crash caused by an aggressive or reckless truck driver, you may be able to recover compensation. Truck accident cases are more complex than those involving only cars and it is therefore crucial that you talk with a Phoenix truck accident lawyer who has experience.
Attorney Nathan Hogle has a unique advantage when it comes to representing accident victims, as he formerly defended some of the big insurance companies and trucking companies. He understands how the defense will prepare its case.
If you want big firm experience with attention you only get with a small firm, then you need to call the Law Offices of Nathan Hogle at 480-999-0646.
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The Law Offices of Nathan Hogle is located in Mesa, Arizona, and handles cases throughout Maricopa County, including Gilbert, Chandler, Phoenix, Queen Creek, Tempe, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Fountain Hills, Ahwatukee, Apache Junction, Anthem, Glendale, El Mirage, Tolleson, Goodyear, Avondale, Litchfield Park, Peoria, Surprise, Sun City and Buckeye.