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Champaign No-Zone Trucking Accident Attorney

If you or someone you love was injured in an accident with a truck because the driver did not check the no-zones, Spiros Law, P.C. can help. Accidents are especially common when cars enter specific areas around the 18-wheeler that the truck driver cannot see, called no-zones. Even if your accident occurred while you were driving in a no-zone, it is not your fault. It is the truck driver’s responsibility to notice when cars enter and leave the no-zones, and so they are still liable for your injuries.

That is why the experienced Champaign truck no-zone accident lawyers at Spiros Law, P.C. are ready to get you the compensation you deserve if you have been in a trucking accident. Contact us at (217) 328-2828 to discuss your case and learn more about your legal rights and options.

Do I Need A Lawyer?

No-zone accidents can be especially stressful when insurance adjusters and opposing lawyers try to argue that you were at fault. A truck accident attorney will take the burden of proving your case off of your shoulders, giving you the time you need to rest and recover. While you focus on getting better, your lawyer will investigate the accident and will collect all of the necessary information and paperwork to build the most convincing case on your behalf.

Why choose Spiros Law, P.C.?

The no-zone accident lawyers at Spiros Law, P.C. are highly skilled and experienced truck accident lawyers that have been working hard to help clients since 2005. The legal team at Spiros Law, P.C. has provided quality representation to clients in state and federal courts throughout Illinois, and we have earned an excellent reputation for being effective and aggressive in getting our clients the compensation they deserve.

Spiros Law, P.C. takes a unique “team effort” approach to handling client cases. Instead of having a single no-zone accident lawyer assigned to a case, we have several highly trained professionals (including partners, associates, paralegals, legal nurse consultants, private investigators, and legal secretaries) assigned to each case. This method promotes a collaborative strategy to help get clients the best legal representation possible for their particular case and circumstances. Our lawyers also regularly hold face-to-face meetings with clients and encourage electronic communication in between consultations to promote a personal relationship with clients.

Where Are the Truck’s No-Zones?

Because an 18-wheeler is such a powerful and dangerous machine, truck drivers have to be extra vigilant when checking their blind spots before changing lanes. Failure to do this can cause an accident that can have devastating or fatal consequences for surrounding motorists. Truck drivers are responsible for being vigilant of cars that may have just entered the no zone, and failure to do so puts motorists in danger. The following areas of a truck are considered no-zones:

  • Directly in front of a truck: Because of the height and distance at which a truck driver of an 18-wheeler sits, it can be difficult to see cars directly in front of them, especially smaller vehicles.
  • A wide area on the right side of a truck: Because the mirrors on an 18-wheeler or semi-truck do not show the full side of the truck, it can make changing lanes even more dangerous because the driver of a truck cannot see if there is a vehicle there.
  • A small area on the left side of a truck: Even though it may seem like the truck driver should be able to see directly next to them, the height of the 18-wheeler means there is a high probability that there is no visibility next to the truck. This means that changing lanes is just as dangerous when moving to the left.
  • Behind the truck: Because 18-wheelers carry large and heavy loads in long trailers, it is difficult for the mirrors to show truck drivers when motorists are behind them. If a truck driver decides to break suddenly or change lanes where they cannot see a motorist, it can cause a horrible accident.

If you were injured in an accident while driving in one of these no-zones, you might be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. You should not be the one to bear the cost of an accident just because you were in a truck’s no-zone. Truck drivers are obligated to use caution while driving, and that includes watching for cars that may have entered their blind spots. At Spiros Law, P.C., we can help you get the compensation you deserve after an accident like this.

Contact Us

The Champaign truck accident attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C. are highly trained and experienced in protecting and preserving the rights of all those who seek their assistance. If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in an accident with an 18-wheeler where you were in the no-zone, the lawyers at Spiros Law, P.C. are ready to help. Call Spiros Law, P.C. at (217) 328-2828 to learn about your rights and how you can get the compensation you deserve. The experienced and dedicated lawyers at Spiros Law, P.C. are ready to evaluate your case for free and help you in your time of need.