Holding Careless Truck Drivers to Account
Drinking and driving while operating a semi truck is careless behavior that puts innocent lives at risk. Victims of DUI truck accidents may suffer severe and catastrophic injuries. Many do not survive.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a careless truck driver, it is important to have a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer on your side. Robinette Legal Group is a personal injury firm — not a general practice law firm. We have the focused knowledge and experience to help you obtain the compensation you need and deserve.
Have you or a loved one been injured in a truck accident? Contact us to speak with an experienced West Virginia truck driver drunk driving accident lawyer.
Morgantown Driver Drug & Alcohol Abuse Lawyer
Federal regulations strictly prohibit the use of drugs and alcohol by commercial truck drivers. The regulations place the blood-alcohol limit at .02, significantly lower than the general population. Yet all too often, truck drivers break these rules and take to the roads after drinking.
Drug Abuse by Truck Drivers
While the overwhelming majority of truck drivers are law abiding, responsible citizens, some risk the lives of others by using illegal drugs. Some drivers use them for recreational purposes, while some use drugs to push their bodies past their natural limits in order to drive more miles and increase profits.
In some cases a truck driver may use a prescription drug that is legal, but makes him or her unable to safely operate a truck. In any case, truck drivers who abuse drugs risk innocent lives and must be held accountable for their actions. Our attorneys are dedicated to helping victims of truck accidents achieve the justice and compensation they deserve.
Contact us to learn how we can help you recover full and fair money damages for your truck driving injuries and financial losses. From our offices in Morgantown, we represent clients in car accident and motor vehicle injury cases throughout West Virginia.