Truck Maintenance Inspection Records

Proper Inspection Records and Truck Maintenance Records

Trucking companies are required to keep inspection records to show compliance with federal regulations regarding vehicle maintenance. After a trucking accident that leaves other drivers or passengers seriously injured, these inspection records can be helpful in proving that a failure to maintain the truck or trailer may have contributed to or caused the accident.

At Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz, our Houston, Texas, truck accident attorneys have been helping people who have been seriously injured and families of those killed in 18-wheeler trucking accidents for more than half a century. For a free consultation, contact us online or call 713-587-9668 (toll free 800-580-9121).

Looking at Inspection Records Following a Trucking Accident

After a truck accident, our firm conducts a close investigation of the records involved in the accident. This includes driver's logs, onboard computers and "black box" information, as well as truck maintenance and inspection records. These records will show whether proper maintenance was performed on tires, brakes, air brakes, trailers, lights and other parts of the truck.

Our lawyers will act quickly to protect your interests by preserving evidence, interviewing witnesses and helping you make the right choices for your claim.

We handle serious personal injury and wrongful death cases involving semi trucks in the Houston area and throughout Texas. We have a thorough understanding of federal and state trucking law and a strong commitment to achieving positive results for injured people in negotiations and in trial. Firm partner Randall O. Sorrels is a national advisory board member for the Association of Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America (AITLA), a national association that works to help eliminate unsafe and illegal interstate trucking practices.

Contact Us Today

Talk to an experienced Houston trucking accident lawyer at 713-587-9668 or 800-580-9121 or contact us online. We offer a no-cost, no-obligation initial consultation. You will pay attorney's fees only if we are successful in obtaining compensation for you through negotiations or litigation.