Truck Accident Injury Attorneys in Elk Grove and Sacramento County

Posted on 3rd December, 2019

Truck Accident Injury Attorneys in Elk Grove and Sacramento County

CBS 13 News published breaking news about a big rig that overturned on Highway 50. The article goes on to state that just after 5:00 am, a semi-tractor trailer crashed due to icy road conditions. 18-wheeler accidents and truck crashes happen often in Sacramento County. If you've been injured by a careless truck driver, call our law firm right away. John O'Brien and Grant Zehnder are truck accident injury attorneys in Elk Grove and Sacramento County with a proven track record of success. We've won over 250 million dollars for accident victims.

Over the course of the last week and a half, we have been pounded by bad weather. During the winter months, rain and snow cause all sorts of issues, making road conditions dangerous. However, it's not just Mother Nature that we have to worry about during the holidays. People love to enjoy time with family and friends over the winter months. Sometimes, people don't know when to stop, and that means more drunk drivers. If you or a loved one end up in an accident over the holidays, please contact OZ LAW today. We offer a free consultation, and we know how to handle complex injury cases, such as multiple cars involved in a crash and truck accident injuries.

Avoiding Accidents and Car Crashes Over the Holidays

Our Elk Grove and Sacramento County injury attorneys wish all of you a happy holiday season. We also want you to stay safe over the winter. This time of the year brings with it holiday parties and those who overindulge in alcohol. Last January CHP reported a major rise in DUI related crashes over the holidays, this year looks no different. Avoiding accidents and car crashes over the holidays requires you to be of a sober and sound mind.

Look, this is supposed to be "the most wonderful time of the year," and it should be. However, we all need to pay extra attention to road conditions and what we are doing while driving. Holiday shoppers rushing to and from stores, family and friends visiting from out of town, and kids out of school can cause lots of abnormal traffic. Add in freezing rain and snow, icy roads, and large commercial trucks and it can spell danger.

So, what can you do to try and stay safe this holiday season? Let's take a look. Remember, our website does not provide legal advice, nor does this article provide any medical advice. The information published is just our opinion based on our years in the legal field. If you do wish to speak to truck accident injury attorneys in Sacramento County call us at (916) 714-8200. Here are some of the ways we try to stay safe during the holidays.

Never Drink and Drive

While this one seems obvious, it's not. Look, everyone likes to have fun. We are no different. Whether it's spending time with family and friends or enjoying an office holiday party, most people like to have a drink or two. Sadly, some people do not know when to stop. Worse, some people still get behind the wheel after drinking.

The United States Department of Transportation states that every year, multiple people lose their lives in holiday-related DUI crashes. If we all work together to not drive after enjoying a drink, we may be able to make the holiday season a bit safer. Likewise, if you end up being hit by a drunk driver this holiday season, we can help. Our Elk Grove car crash lawyers provide a free case review. Click here to learn more about the types of cases we've won.

Make Sure Your Vehicle is Safe and in Working Order

It's wintertime. That means freezing cold winds, rain, snow, and lots of ice. It makes for a beautiful Christmas morning but horrible road conditions. Your kids see time off of school and slopes to sled on. We see dangers at every corner and accidents waiting to happen. Be prepared; that is our number one point. Make sure your vehicle is safe and in working order before you venture out onto the treacherous roads in Sacramento County.

Slow Down and Enjoy the Holiday Season

The holidays are much more than packages and presents. Slow down and enjoy the holiday season. Remember, not everyone is going to be as responsible as you. Drivers are more distracted. From focusing on gifts they need to get to even stopping to stare at Christmas lights, people tend to be a little bit preoccupied this time of the year. Don't speed, don't drive crazy, and watch out for drivers who are careless.

If you do end up in an auto accident over the winter months, we can help. Our Sacramento County auto accident lawyers have over 35 years of experience. In addition, our injury attorneys have won well over $250,000,000.00 for our clients. Check out some of our client testimonials by clicking here. You can also contact us directly from our website.

Sacramento County Personal Injury Attorneys

Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Zehnder are award-winning Sacramento County personal injury attorneys. If you've been seriously injured in an 18-wheeler crash, call to schedule a free consultation. Taking on a national trucking company is complicated. Unlike standard vehicle accidents, suing a trucking company means going up against a major business with deep pockets. However, John and Grant are truck accident injury attorneys in Elk Grove who have won very large cases.