Sheboygan Failure to Train Lawyers

Trucking companies have a responsibility to train their employees properly so that they can properly operate their vehicles without endangering either themselves or other drivers and people on the road. However, this training is not completed properly or at all by certain negligent trucking companies, allowing drivers with insufficient skills to be on the road. Tragically, as a result, many innocent people are injured by these untrained drivers in serious accidents, causing a variety of suffering and losses that often plague victims for lengthy periods of time.

Training Drivers Need

Truck driver training involves many different aspects, each of which is meant to ensure that a driver can handle any road condition and traffic situation. This training usually includes:

  • Driving in inclement weather
  • Driving in heavy-traffic situations
  • Handling a vehicle’s regular operations
  • Operation of the vehicle at night
  • Reviewing hours of service violations and regulations

Each of these aspects of a truck driver’s training are very important, and without this training, a driver may be extremely dangerous while on the road. In many cases, accidents caused by untrained drivers might be attributed to the trucking company, rather than to individual drivers, as they are the ones that often are required to ensure their drivers are trained before getting on the road.

Contact Us

Every trucking company has to ensure that its drivers are safe while on the road, and part of this entails properly training every employee. When a trucking company fails to adequately train its employees and you are injured as a result, then our legal team at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® believes you may be due monetary compensation from that trucking company. In order to get help deciding what action to take and learn more about your situation, call (920) 459-8000 today.