Green Bay “No-Zone” Truck Accident Attorneys

Because of their size and the presence of their trailers, 18-wheelers have several large blind spot areas around their truck, which are extremely dangerous to other motorists. The danger is heightened when a truck driver neglects to properly check their mirrors and monitor these so-called “no-zones” before making lane changes, turning, or stopping. Truckers must be trained to recognize where these locations are around their particular vehicle, and must be held accountable for the failure to safely consider them.

If you have been injured in a truck accident that occurred because a truck driver failed to note your presence in a no-zone, you may be entitled to seek financial compensation for resulting damages. Contact Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 to speak with our Green Bay no-zone truck accident attorneys today.

Where are the No-Zones?

There are many areas around a truck in which a driver is unable to see other motorists, including the following no-zones:

  • Side No-Zone – areas on both sides of a truck. If you cannot see the driver in their mirror, they likely cannot see you either.
  • Front No-Zone – the space immediately in front of the truck, which can be particularly dangerous for motorists in small vehicles.
  • Rear No-Zone – an area directly behind a truck that is generally the length of a typical passenger car.

When you are in these areas and a trucker neglects to properly check their surroundings, the results can be disastrous.

Contact Us

Do not let the party responsible for your injuries escape civil justice. Contact an experienced Green Bay no-zone truck accident lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 to discuss your potential case with a committed and compassionate legal representative.