Indianapolis Failure to Train / Inadequate Training Lawyers
While there are many jobs that require little to no training for new employees, there are many careers that necessitate very detailed and precise training in order for employees to perform their work safely and correctly.
Commercial trucking is a good example of an industry that needs to ensure sufficient and quality training of its employees. Large trucks, such as 18-wheelers, are difficult and dangerous machines, especially when operated by someone who is not trained to do so properly. It is the responsibility of trucking companies to properly train each and every worker. When this fails to happen, it is the trucking company that is responsible for any and all accidents that take place.
Contact the failure to train/inadequate training attorneys of the Charles D. Hankey Law Firm, P.C. today at 800-520-3633 if you have been the victim of a truck accident caused by an untrained or undertrained truck driver.
Ending Employer Negligence
There are many reasons to file a lawsuit if you have been injured in a truck accident caused by a poorly-trained driver. Primarily, doing so will allow you to claim damages for any medical attention you may need, as well as for any repair costs you incur from damage to your vehicle.
However, on a bigger scale, it is important to bring a lawsuit against irresponsible trucking companies to break this trend and encourage responsible habits among that particular company, as well as others like it. An expensive law suit may be the motivation a trucking company needs to abandon unsafe and lazy practices and provide employees with the training they need.
For help with your truck accident lawsuit, contact the Indianapolis failure to train/inadequate training attorneys at the Charles D. Hankey Law Firm, P.C.
If you have been in a truck accident caused by an undertrained driver, contact the Indianapolis failure to train/inadequate training attorneys at the Charles D. Hankey Law Firm, P.C. today at 800-520-3633 and schedule a consultation.