Madison Failure to Train Lawyers

A truck driver, especially one who is new to the industry, needs to have specific training prior to being allowed on the road in a large truck. While trucking companies are technically the entities responsible for this training, sometimes they do not provide adequate training, and their undertrained drivers cause dangerous accidents involving innocent drivers.

Among a trucking company’s important responsibilities, it must provide adequate and proper training for its employees to prevent accidents on the road. If an improperly trained or untrained truck driver cause you injury in a truck accident, our Madison trucking negligence lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. are ready to help you fight for compensation that may be your due. Learn more about how we can help you by calling us at 800-242-2874.

Necessary Training

Every new truck driver will have to undergo training for operating these vehicles, just like any other job requires job-specific training. Some aspects of truck driver training that are essential involve:

  • Operation of trucks in small / crowded spaces
  • Using a truck’s mirrors and understanding its “no zone” areas
  • Navigating in adverse weather conditions
  • Understanding necessary maintenance of trucks
  • Learning truck driver road regulations and service hours requirements

Ensuring that drivers are adequately prepared to be on the road and have the knowledge and skills necessary to safely operating these vehicles is the responsibility of truck companies, and when they fail in this duty, they ought to be held accountable for the repercussions.

Contact Us

If you or a loved one has been involved in a truck accident because a driver was undertrained or untrained, you should consider holding a negligent trucking company accountable for this oversight. Call the Madison trucking company negligence attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at 800-242-2874.