Truck driving is a high-stress job that pushes drivers to their limits. Pressure to deliver more loads and deliver them at a certain time means truck drivers push themselves to log more hours than they should. To protect drivers and the general public, federal and state governments require drivers to document the hours they drive and get a certain amount of rest.
Not all drivers fill out their logbooks honestly and accurately, underreporting the time they spend driving. Some trucking companies do not verify their drivers’ logbooks appropriately, a form of trucking company negligence that contributes to many accidents.
Experience You Can Trust in California Truck Accident Claims
I am Giulio Massi, and as an experienced Palm Desert trucking accident attorney, I have handled many cases involving semi drivers who violated the rules governing logbooks. I have seen firsthand how my clients’ lives are affected by back injuries, brain injuries, broken bones and many other types of injuries resulting from collisions with a truck driven by a fatigued driver who underreported his or her hours.
My practice is devoted entirely to representing injured Californians. Prior to founding The Law Offices of Giulio Massi, I was an insurance defense attorney. That experience is invaluable to my personal injury clients, because I am able to anticipate and counter the arguments insurers are likely to make.
Uncovering truck driver log violations is not easy. It requires attention to detail and an understanding of trucking culture and practices. You can be confident that I have the tools to build a strong claim on your behalf.
Contact a Palm Springs Tractor Trailer Injury Lawyer
To arrange a free initial consultation with a skilled Palm Springs semi crash lawyer, call me at 760-360-3394. You can also contact my personal injury law firm online. My office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience.
I take all truck crash cases on a contingency fee basis. That means you owe no attorney’s fees unless I obtain compensation for you.