Truck Accidents Are Almost Always Catastrophic
On the surface, truck accidents often appear similar to car wrecks. There are some differences, however, that make truck collisions, jackknife or rollover lawsuits much more complex than a typical car wreck case. This includes the severity of your injuries and the complexity of the laws involved. Truck Accidents occur on a regular basis, leaving many people injured and in need of a Personal Injury Attorney to handle the motor vehicle accident lawsuit.
At Akers Law Offices, our attorneys understand how a truck accident can disrupt your life and leave you unable to work and facing a lengthy recovery. Our attorneys also understand the vast number of commercial regulations laid out by state and federal law. We know the duties that trucking companies and drivers have toward others on the road. We also know how to build a strong case for damages through comprehensive documentation and working closely with experts when necessary.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a wreck involving a tractor-trailer, contact Akers Law Offices at 304-720-1422 for a free assessment of your case from our attorney.
We Will Figure Out Who Is To Blame For Your Catastrophic Injuries
Any interstate accident can be fatal no matter who is involved. However, if that accident involves a semitruck, flatbed or 18-wheeler, the injuries are often more catastrophic and death is far more likely.
Truck accident cases are complicated by the number of commercial entities and legal issues involved. Multiple companies may be liable even when there is a single commercial vehicle. For example, different companies may own the tractor, trailer and/or load in transport.
One or all of those companies may be responsible for your injuries due to:
- Poor maintenance
- Sporadic or insufficient truck inspections
- Tire tread separation
- Driver error, such as maintaining excessive speeds, driver fatigue or driving under the influence of prescription drugs
- Load shift from improper loading
Attorney JB Akers knows how to track down the responsible parties because we know how the trucking industry works. We know how to procure the driver’s logbook and vehicle maintenance records before they are destroyed. We work with industry experts who understand the rules and regulations that commercial drivers are required to follow. We dedicate our time and resources to investigate the accident and help you receive the compensation that you deserve.
Reduce Stress. Preserve Evidence. It’s Free. You Have Every Reason To Call Now.
In these cases, time is of the essence. Trucking companies are only required to keep their driver logs for a limited amount of time. It is important to contact us before driver logs or other important evidence is lost or destroyed.
We can guide you through the legal process, and work with insurance companies and medical providers to help you get back on your feet and help your recover the compensation you deserve.
Your initial consultation is free. We never charge a fee unless you recover compensation, and we will handle dealing with the insurance companies for you. You can only benefit from speaking with our attorney as soon as possible. Call JB Akers at 304-720-1422 or send him an email. Evening and weekend appointments are available at our offices or at a location convenient to you.