When you or a loved one are involved in a truck accident in Texas, we recommend talking with a truck accident attorney who has experience with federal motor carrier regulations. Following a truck wreck, your attorney and their team must thoroughly investigate the cause of the collision, which may involve one or more regulatory violations. At Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers, we are well-versed in federal trucking regulations and know how to investigate a truck accident to evaluate whether a violation occurred.
To learn more about federal truck regulations and how they might impact your personal injury or wrongful death claim, call (866) 523-4167 or use our online form to request a free initial consultation from The Law Giant at Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers.
The FMCSA is a part of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and was established in 2000. The mission of the Administration is to prevent commercial motor vehicle accidents, injuries, and fatalities. This is achieved in several ways, including by creating FMCSA regulations that apply to motor carriers (trucking and bussing companies), commercial vehicle drivers, and other product and service providers in the U.S. trucking industry. The FMCSA also is responsible for enforcing DOT requirements for trucks, trucking companies, and truck drivers.
The FMCSA regulates:
This is not an exhaustive list of federal motor carrier safety regulations. When you work with a Texas truck accident lawyer at Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers, we will discuss with you the regulations that are relevant to your case and how we will look into potential violations.
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There are several possible consequences when a FMCSA regulation violation occurs:
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Following a trucking accident, we will thorough investigate whether the truck driver or trucking company violated one or more FMCSA regulations by: