Texas truck wreck attorney, Amy K, says truck drivers should have emergency kit.
Dallas, TX (AmericanInjuryNews.com)–The great state of Texas is no stranger to truck traffic. Texas highways and roadways provide avenues for truck drivers to deliver the goods they carry to consumers in Texas and throughout the southern part of the United States. Texas is known for its vast highways. Big rig truck wrecks involving semi-trucks, 18 wheelers, and tractor-trailers happen regularly throughout Texas. Many times these major truck accidents result in serious injury and even death to the various drivers and passengers involved. Preparing and carrying an emergency kit may help you if you have been involved in a truck wreck.
Taking the time to gather a few simple items, keeping them ready, and easily accessible, in your truck, can help if you are ever in a wreck. Consider some of the specific things you or someone riding with you might need immediately after a truck wreck. Do you have special medical or dietary needs? Do you need to carry an emergency supply of your prescription medication? Here are some examples of items for you emergency kit:
-Accident Checklist / Information Sheet
-Basic First Aid Kit
-Flares / Warning Signs
-Pad and Pencil / Pen
When truck wrecks happen drivers, passengers and other motorists are usually shocked and injured. Taking the time to prepare an emergency kit, and keeping it ready in the glove box or another storage area in your big rig may help when a truck collision happens. Wrecks involving semis, 18 wheelers, and tractor-trailer trucks can cause serious damages and injuries. You may be eligible for compensation for you injuries and damages.
AmericanInjuryNews.com by Texas Personal Injury Lawyer Amy K. Witherite. Practice areas: Texas Truck Wreck Cases
Amy Witherite. Eberstein & Witherite, LLP. 3100 Monticello Avenue, Suite 500. Dallas, TX 75205 – Toll Free: (888) 407-6669