Commercial trucking accidents often result in fatalities for the more vulnerable, smaller vehicles. In most of these cases, the accident is caused by a negligent truck driver or the driver's employer. When a vehicle operator fails to follow the appropriate safety regulations regarding operation of the semi-truck, it is you who suffers the consequences. Negligence is unacceptable, and it is important that you seek compensation from the liable parties.
Start by contacting our Killeen truck accident attorney at Barbara A. Weaver, Attorney at Law. For more than 20 years, we have effectively represented victims of trucking accidents and helped them recover the compensation they needed to recover.
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Negligence is often the main cause of trucking accidents, such as:
As soon as possible, contact our personal injury attorney for assistance with your trucking accident claim. As time passes, details of the incident fade, and the driver's insurance company is likely to do all it can to disprove its own negligence in the accident. In order to make sure that you are not offered a settlement that is inadequate, work with an attorney. We can personally investigate the scene, gathering evidence and ways to prove the truck driver or company's negligence.
We have successfully handled all types of truck accident claims, including those involving:
Any commercial vehicle falls under the umbrella of a trucking accident. We have more than 20 years of experience handling these types of complex cases, and you can rest assured when you put your case is in our hands.
Find out more about how we can serve you by calling our office at (254) 870-3623.
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