Loveland Truck Accident Closes I-25
A semi truck rolled over in the southbound lanes of I-25 near Loveland Monday morning, causing a road closure for several hours. The accident occurred at around 9:40 a.m. when the driver lost control of the truck, which overturned on the interstate. Emergency crews cleared the scene, and the southbound lanes were re-opened in the early afternoon hours. No injuries were reported in the crash. The cause of the accident is under investigation.
Truck accidents such as these are often devastating when other vehicles are involved in the crash. The sheer size and weight of semi trucks cause extensive damage to smaller passenger vehicles involved in the crash. Truck accidents are caused not only by driver error, but also by poor maintenance of the truck by the trucking company and defective truck parts. When truck accidents result in injuries to others on the road, victims deserve compensation for their medical bills, lost wages and other damages they suffered in the accident. Truck accident victims should seek the legal representation of a truck accident attorney, who can discuss their legal options and fight for their case in court.
Boulder Truck Accident Lawyers Who Will Fight For You
The Law Firm of Sloat & Nicholson P.C. are experienced Boulder truck accident lawyers who handle all types of personal injury cases, including 18-wheeler accidents, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, insurance bad faith, and medical malpractice cases in Boulder, Longmont, Denver, and throughout the state of Colorado. Call 800-873-3202 today to discuss your case with the Boulder truck accident lawyers at Sloat & Nicholson, P.C.
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