Truck Accidents & Oil Spills

San Diego Truck Accident Attorneys

Trucks are enormous vehicles that often carry extensive cargo, and along with it, large amounts of oil and gasoline. When oil spills or leaks onto the roads and highways, it can lead to safety hazards for other cars and trucks.

Oil spill accidents can cause:

  • Fires and explosions: When a truck is carrying oil or gasoline, a crash can cause a fire or explosion and lead to devastating burns and injuries.
  • Exposure to toxic chemicals: Some trucks may be carrying dangerous substances that can cause chemical burns or adverse health reactions when exposed to victims nearby.
  • Slippery roads: The slipperiness caused by an oil spill can cause drivers to lose control of a car.

If you have been injured in a truck accident involving a car or a truck, caused by an oil spill, start with a free evaluation to discuss your injuries. We can review the details of your case and help you understand your options as well as your possible sources of recovery. Our truck accident lawyers in San Diego are passionate about helping our clients seek justice and fair compensation.

Dedicated to Aggressive, Personalized Representation

At Simpson Law Group, we have over 40 years of shared experience representing those injured in trucking accidents, including rear end collisions, T-bone accidents, and other types of truck accidents. Each client receives the personalized attention of an attorney, who is hands-on throughout the process.

We are also well-versed in the complexities of truck injury claims and the difficulties in seeking financial recovery from insurers. Our decades of experience and tenacity have prepared us with the insight and skills to face these challenges effectively. As trusted advocates, we are dedicated to maximizing each claim whether it is settled outside of court or through a verdict.

Call our office today at Send us an email or call (619) 236-9696. We’re available 24/7 to assist you.

Truck Accident Statistics

The U.S. Department of Transportation Reports That:

  • About 500,000 trucking collisions occur yearly.

  • 5,000 of these accidents are fatal.

  • 87,000+ of these truck accidents result in injury.

  • Nearly 90% of all truck crashes are caused by human error.

  • 3 in every 4 crashes are caused by another passenger car—not the truck driver.

  • Only 1% of truck accidents are caused by truck driver intoxication.

  • Fatigue accounts for 30% of truck driver caused accidents.