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Crete Carrier Corporation Truck Accident
History of Crete Carrier Corporation
Contact information for Crete Carrier Corporation
400 NW. 56th St.
Lincoln, NE 68528
(402) 475-9521 (phone)
(800) 998-4095 (toll-free)
(800) 998-2221 (dry van Crete Carrier driver recruiting)
(800) 669-2181 (refrigerated Schaffer trucking driver recruiting)
What is Different About a Claim Against Crete?
The Common Causes of Commercial Vehicle Accidents
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) states that truck accidents in the United States often involve:
Aggressive Behavior – Any driver operating their vehicle aggressively could cause severe injury or wrongful death of an innocent passenger or other motorists.
- Distracted Driving – The trucker should never use their mobile phone, send text messages, or read their email while operating their commercial vehicle. Distracted driving could lead to severe harm or death.
- Driving Between Two Commercial Vehicles – Positioning a passenger vehicle between two large commercial trucks could be extremely dangerous when traveling on the highway. It is difficult for the truckers to see the passenger vehicle to avoid creating a scenario that ends in a multi-crash or accident.
- Driving under the Influence – It is illegal to consume too much alcohol or use illicit drugs while operating a motor vehicle. This reckless behavior could create a dangerous or life-threatening scenario.
- Drowsy Driving – The demands of truck driving often requires the truck or to operate their vehicle for many hours without taking a break, which can lead to drowsy driving.
Sometimes, the commercial trucker is found to be responsible for causing an accident because of their erratic movements because they are tired, fatigued, or meeting the demands of the tight schedule. In these cases, judges and juries often find that the trucker and the trucking company is legally responsible for causing the crash and must pay all expenses and costs associated with the victim’s recovery or injuries.
What Can be Included in a Truck Accident Case?
A trucking accident lawsuit could include:
- Ongoing medical bills and hospital costs
- Lost past, present, and future earnings caused by time away from your job
- Rental vehicle reimbursement while your car or truck is under repair
- The cost of a vehicle replacement
- Emotional stress and mental anguish
- Pain and suffering