Washington, D.C., Truck Driver Negligence Lawyer

Maryland Logbook Violation Attorney

Truck drivers hauling commercial freight across roads in the District of Columbia and Maryland are under strict federal regulations to comply with road restrictions, speed limits and safe traffic conditions. In a typical year in Maryland and Washington, D.C., nearly 2,000 accidents occur involving 18-wheeler tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles. Many of the accidents are the result of truck driver negligence, as they drive themselves too hard to make unrealistic delivery schedules. If a truck driver involved in an accident is found guilty of violating regulations of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act (FMCSA), the driver and truck company can be held liable for significant financial damages paid to anybody injured or surviving family members of anyone killed.

Fay Law Group, P.A., in Washington, D.C., has earned the distinction of being one of the region's leading truck accident litigation law firms, representing plaintiffs throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia. If you were injured in a truck wreck or lost a loved one due to truck driver negligence, talk to one of our trial lawyers before you talk to a representative from the insurance company or truck company.

The Full Amount of Financial Damages You Are Owed

Nobody can determine the full extent of money damages you deserve to collect until you have reached maximum recovery for your injuries. At Fay Law Group, we do not begin to prepare a case for financial damages until we work with professional experts to determine the amount of medical care, physical therapy, assistive devices, lost earnings and pain and suffering you will endure as a result of your truck accident. We do not push you for a quick settlement.

Our team has experience representing clients in all types of injury and property damage claims resulting from semi-truck driver negligence in Maryland and Washington, D.C., including:

  • Truck driver DUI
  • Truck driver speeding, reckless driving, illegal lane changes
  • Truck driver fatigue, violations of FMCSA regulations for sleep, rest and meals
  • Improper emergency stops
  • Truck maintenance problems
  • Unsafe loads, unbalanced trailer, overweight trucks

Our Washington, D.C., truck driver negligence attorneys represent clients throughout the District of Columbia and Maryland. Call us at 202-644-8854 or toll free 800-522-2715 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis — no attorneys' fees unless we help you recover money damages in a settlement or jury verdict.