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No-Zone Truck Accident Lawyers

Trucks have four major blind spots in which vehicles are impossible for the driver to see. These blind spots, also known as “no zones,” are a considerable safety threat if truck drivers don’t carefully monitor vehicles going in or out of these areas. In fact, if a truck driver doesn’t pay attention to what occurs around these no zones, they may cause a devastating collision. These accidents often leave the motorists in the other vehicle seriously injured and in need of emergency medical care.

If you or someone you love has sustained an injury on the road because of a negligent truck driver, the responsible truck driver should be the one to shoulder the burden of the ensuing consequences. To discuss your injury claim in further detail with a qualified legal professional, contact a Denver truck accidents lawyer of Hull & Zimmerman, P.C., today at (303) 423-1770.

Where Are a Truck’s Blind Spots?

Every 18-wheeler truck has four major blind spots, which may be even greater for larger trucks. No-zones make a truck driver blind to any vehicles in the following areas:

  • A small blind spot directly in front of the truck
  • A significant area directly behind the truck
  • An area on the driver’s side, just behind the driver’s window
  • A large area on the passenger’s side, near the rear of the truck

It’s the truck driver’s responsibility to check these blind spots for vehicles moving in or out of it. If a driver fails to do so and changes lanes or makes a drastic change in speed, they may be held liable for whatever injuries and other repercussions they cause in the subsequent collision.

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