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Lights Out. Tractor Trailer Causes Fatality

Two people were killed and one seriously injured when their vehicle collided with a tractor-trailer. The accident occurred during nightfall. The estate of the victims alleged that the driver of the tractor-trailer was traveling without his lights on. By the time the victims saw the trailer, it was too late. The defense denied liability, but witnesses and a thorough investigation proved otherwise.

When your loved one is killed by the negligence of a tractor-trailer, you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit against all parties legally responsible for the accident. This can include the truck driver, the driver’s employer, and the owner of the truck and trailer, and others.

After a devastating accident like this, most families don’t think about money. Over time, hospital bills start piling up, funeral expenses are coming in, and the paychecks may cease. This is not fault of the loved one’s family, but an unfortunate situation encountered and must handle.

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