Massachusetts Failure to Train / Inadequate Training Attorneys
Trucking companies have a duty to ensure that every single driver they hire is completely competent, trained, and qualified to operate an 18-wheeler. When these companies allow untrained drivers to get behind the wheels of their large commercial trucks, these drivers can pose a very serious threat to others on the road because of the sheer size of their vehicles.
At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our Massachusetts negligent hiring attorneys work to ensure that trucking companies are held responsible for the damages and injuries that their inadequately trained employee caused. Uncovering inadequate training may involve a lengthy investigation into the trucking company, and this can be accomplished by our experienced legal team.
Truck Drivers Without Adequate Training
There are a few ways in which negligent trucking companies allow inadequately trained drivers to drive their commercial trucks:
- The driver lacks a commercial driver’s license (CDL)
- The driver lacks company training experience with a certified trainer
- The trainer does not have the proper qualifications to train
If any of the above occur, the truck driver should not be allowed on the road. Inadequate training can lead to devastating road accidents that injure innocent drivers.
Contact a Massachusetts Inadequate Training Attorney
If you have been injured in a trucking accident, it is possible that the accident was caused by inadequate training. The Massachusetts inadequate training attorneys at Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, can help you investigate the circumstances of your case and uncover whether inadequate training or other negligent actions were involved. Call our Boston office at (617) 426-4488 today to speak to our Massachusetts legal team about your case.