Local news reports that on Friday at 1:15 p.m., a three-vehicle crash happened on Highway 52 in the St. Stephen area near Colonel Maham Drive in Berkeley County, South Carolina. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, a 2013 Freightliner tractor-trailer was traveling west on Highway 52 when it overturned. Part of the load the vehicle was carrying hit another 2018 Freightliner tractor-trailer traveling east on the highway. After that, a 2018 Ford SUV then hit the second tractor-trailer. The driver of the 2018 tractor-trailer suffered fatal injuries, and the passenger was taken to the hospital.
Steps to Take in Litigating a Truck Accident Case:
Preserve and collect relevant evidence as soon as possible. This includes, but is not limited to, dash cam footage, witness statements, video, photographs, tire marks, black box data, and so forth.
Retain an expert to inspect the scene of the accident and the data in the commercial vehicle.
Obtain a copy of the accident report and speak with the witnesses and responding officer.
Collect medical records and bills and ensure the injured party is getting the treatment they need.
Identify and research the at-fault driver, the owner of the commercial vehicle, the employer of the at-fault driver, and all other relevant parties.
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