When you are involved in a collision and you are in
an automobile or on a motorcycle and the other vehicle is a fully-loaded, 80,000-pound tractor-trailer traveling seventy-five miles an hour, the odds
are not in your favor. Collisions with tractor-trailers often result in death or very serious injuries.
Experience matters. Our firm has recovered millions
of dollars for our clients who have been injured or killed in accidents involving tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles.
By the time you have left the hospital or buried your
loved one, it is likely that the insurance company for the tractor-trailer or other commercial vehicle has hired an accident reconstruction expert and
has been collecting evidence to defend the commercial driver and its company. You will need a law firm with experience in tractor-trailer accidents,
Federal Motor Carrier laws, accident reconstruction and evidence preservation. Our firm will move quickly to protect your rights.
Trucking Accident Statistics in 2006
Nonfatal Trucking Accidents: 135,741 large trucks involved in nonfatal crashes resulted in
Fatal Trucking Accidents: 4,732 large trucks involved in fatal crashes in the United States
resulted in almost 5,000 deaths.
Increased weight increases the probability that a trucking accident will result in serious
injury or death.
According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, automobile drivers are
responsible 44% of the time and truck drivers 56% of the time in a trucking accident.
It takes three times as much distance for a truck to stop than for a passenger vehicle to stop.
Trucking accidents can involve the following:
Federal Express Trucks
Let us put our fifty-plus years of experience
to work for you. If you have been injured or someone you love has been killed in a trucking accident, contact our office for a consultation at
(505) 242 - 6300 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Consultations with our law firm are free and we
take cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that we collect an attorney fee only if you recover a settlement or judgment in your lawsuit.