Truck Accidents on I-40 & I-35
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I-40 and the I-35 are two of the major truck routes that pass through Oklahoma City and both have earned a reputation for being especially dangerous for motorists. In fact, both highways are often considered among the nation's most deadly. From 2004 to 2008, the I-35 saw 146 fatalities from traffic accidents. Over that same period, the I-40 saw 228 fatalities.
Have you or a loved one been hurt on either of these highways? If so, we invite you to contact as at the Law Offices of Stipe & Belote today. Our dedicated and experienced Oklahoma City truck accident attorneys are well-versed in the dangers these large vehicles can pose on the road and how to substantiate any negligence when an accident occurs.
Ready to explore your accident claim options? Our firm is ready to hear from you. Contact our award-winning team at (888) 842-1374 now.
Who's Responsible for a Truck Accident?
Large commercial vehicles do pose a heightened risk for other motorists on the road and on busy trucking routes like I-40 and I-35, that risk can be many times multiplied. While driver error is still a prominent cause for these kinds of accidents, negligence in these claims can often be assigned to other parties that failed to meet safety standards and best practices.
- Negligent parties in a truck accident claim can include:
- The truck driver
- The shipping/distribution company
- The company that leased the truck
- The owner of the truck/rig
- The manufacturer of the truck
As you can see, any party responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the truck can potentially contribute to a truck accident and be held liable for an accident. On routes like I-40 and I-35, we've seen the catastrophic damage these types of accidents can cause—many of which involve victims who deserve to have their injuries and expenses remedied by the law.
If you've been hurt a commercial truck accident, our firm is ready to hear your story. Use our online form to request a free case evaluation today.