Many tractor trailers have cameras inside the driver’s cab. The cameras are often positioned to show the driver and are angled to show out the front window, as well as the side window. In a collision, the videos should be preserved by the company as evidence.
The videos may show drowsy drivers, inattentive drivers, drunk drivers, and more. The videos may also show the actions of your vehicle as it drives around or ahead of the truck. The videos may show other traffic contributing to the collision as well.
If you have been injured in a collision with a tractor trailer, contact Murphy & Landon, Injury Attorneys, as soon as possible. We will ensure that the trucking company preserves all tractor trailer evidence, including video evidence, to support your claim. Trucking companies may be bigger, but you can outsmart them by hiring the right attorneys to represent you.
To schedule a free consultation with a Murphy & Landon attorney, contact us at: 866-939-8100 or 302-472-8100.