Indianapolis No-Zone Accident Attorney
The term “no-zone” refers to the areas on a large truck where smaller vehicles disappear from sight. Typically, it can be assumed that the larger the truck is, the larger its “no-zone” areas are. Studies have shown that the chances of a collision between a truck and another vehicle are 60% more likely to occur if the other vehicle is driving in a “no-zone”.
Any accident involving a large truck and another automobile can certainly cause considerable damage. An Indianapolis “no-zone” accident lawyer from Hankey Marks & Crider will help you fight to get the compensation you deserve if you are in a “no-zone” accident.
Possible Causes of “No-zone” Accidents
“No-zone” accidents may occur due to limited visibility in any of the following areas:
- The side no-zone: The area along either side of the truck that is difficult for the driver to see. Many trucks have blind spot mirrors installed, but a general rule of thumb is “if you can’t see the driver’s face in the mirror, he / she cannot see you.”
- The rear no-zone: For most large trucks, the truck driver will not be able to see your vehicle unless you are at least 200 feet behind the truck.
- The front no-zone: Smaller vehicles can sometimes disappear from sight under the front of the cab if they are too close to the truck.
Fighting for Your Rights
If you are involved in a “no-zone” accident, commercial trucking companies have teams of lawyers who will try and convince you that you were at fault for the accident so that they can escape liability and avoid paying for your damages. You need a legal professional to ensure that these companies do not take advantage of you. The “no-zone” accident lawyers at Hankey Marks & Crider are here to fight for the compensation you deserve.
If you or someone you know has been involved in a “no-zone” accident, contact the Indianapolis “no-zone” accident lawyers at Hankey Marks & Crider today by calling (317) 634-8565.