What Evidence Should I Gather in a Truck Accident vs. a Car Accident?


A big rig slammed into you on a California highway, and now you’re reeling from the impact of the crash. When the dust settles, now’s your only chance to gather crucial evidence before it’s lost forever. So what types of evidence are commonly gathered in trucking accidents? Specifically, how does this evidence differ from a […]

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What Damages Can I Receive After a Truck Accident?


If a trucker severely injures you in a traffic accident, you can initiate a claim to secure compensation for many types of damages. But get ready for a fight! Big trucking companies have lawyers and insurance companies who will do whatever it takes to deny claims. Here at Sally Morin Personal Injury Lawyers, we see […]

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When Is the Truck Manufacturer at Fault for an Accident?

closeup damaged 18 wheeler semi truck burst tires by highway street

Imagine suffering severe injuries in a traffic accident because a truck manufacturer put something dangerous on the road. Bad brakes. Cheap steering columns. Dangerous fuel tanks. Wouldn’t you be angry? Wouldn’t you want the right people to be held responsible? The good news is that in the state of California, you can hold negligent auto […]

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How Are Truck Accidents Different from Car Accidents?

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You might not realize how different a truck accident is from a regular car accident until the day you’re in one. The difference is obvious from the moment you’re hit! In general, car accidents are caused by human error, but truck accidents arise from the physical size and forces of a big rig. Plus, these […]

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Truck Accidents and Catastrophic Injuries


It doesn’t get much worse than an accident with a big rig. These beasts dominate California’s highways and barrel down our city roads carrying chemicals, raw materials, food, products, packages, and more. While we’re grateful for their work, big trucks cause catastrophic accidents. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) estimates that there are more […]

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