Holding Negligent Parties Accountable For Truck Accidents
An experienced attorney knows that a truck accident cannot be handled the same way as a car accident. While there are certainly similarities, there are enough differences that trying to handle them as if they were routine could lead to missed opportunities. At Brown Paindiris & Scott, we use our experience to make certain no opportunities to maximize compensation are overlooked.
Our lawyers will look at the negligent driver’s insurance coverage, as well as the insurance coverage of the company the driver works for. We will hold all parties responsible for their role in the accident, and we will strive to get you the compensation you deserve.
We Know The Rules Of The Road
Truck drivers and trucking companies have their own set of rules that need to be followed. These rules were designed specifically to keep the roads safe for the smaller vehicles that drive alongside large semi-trucks. After thorough investigation, we frequently discover that truck accidents were caused by clear violations of those rules. Perhaps a truck driver spent too many hours behind the wheel. Perhaps the truck was overloaded. Perhaps the truck was not properly maintained. No matter what rule was broken, we will hold the negligent party accountable.
Since 1977, we have handled all types of truck accident claims, including:
- Truck accidents caused by driver fatigue
- Truck accidents caused by overloaded or improperly loaded trucks
- Truck accidents caused by equipment failure
Claims Handled On A Contingency Basis
All big rig wreck claims are handled on a contingency basis. You are not required to pay any attorney fees unless we get compensation for you.