San Antonio DUI Truck Accident Lawyers

Under Texas state law, holders of a commercial driver’s license are held to a stricter standard when it comes to blood alcohol count (BAC) and drunk driving. Holders of a commercial driver’s license are considered legally drunk – whether they are driving a truck or their own car – if their BAC registers .04 or higher. This is important to remember in truck accidents involving truck drivers who have been drinking. Not only can they be held liable, but under Texas dram shop laws, bar owners, restaurants, liquor stores, or others who served a truck driver alcohol may be liable as well.

At The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery, our attorneys work with investigators, medical experts, forensic specialists and police trainers in exposing drunk truck drivers who cause life-changing accidents and fatalities involving our clients.

Liability for a drunk driving accident involving a truck may extend beyond the truck driver. Given the serious nature of accidents involved in truck accidents, it’s important to recover damages from everyone who may be liable for your injuries. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact DUI truck accident lawyers at The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery today.

Injuries caused By Drunk Truck Driver

The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery recovers damages for people hurt in drunk driving truck accidents involving the following kinds of injuries:

  • Head trauma
  • Brain damage
  • Crushed vertebrae
  • Paralysis
  • Neck injury
  • Back injury
  • Amputations
  • Burns
  • Disfigurement

Determining If The Truck Driver Was Drunk

In claims involving dram shops, it must be proven that a bar, restaurant or another provider of alcohol knowingly served a truck driver who was visibly intoxicated. Toward this end, our office interviews witnesses, waiters, reviews bar tabs, and credit card statements. In doing so, we can often determine how much alcohol was served and over what period of time. If a truck has an on-board black box data recorder, it may be possible to identify over-compensating turns, erratic driving, and other behavior indicative of someone driving under the influence.

Contact DUI Truck Driving Accident Lawyers

We understand what steps need to be taken in holding drunk truck drivers financially liable for the injuries they cause. To schedule a free consultation and discuss your case, call 210-340-0900 or contact our truck accident attorneys online.