When Truck Companies Put Profits Before People
The trucking industry is a vital part of our national community, hauling goods, commodities and resources across our highways and interstates. However, all too often, trucking companies put speed and “efficiency” ahead of safety protocol. When they do, they put everyone on the road in jeopardy – particularly other drivers.
The Smaller Vehicle Bears The Brunt Of The Crash
When truck accidents occur, other drivers are significantly more likely to be injured and the devastation can be catastrophic. Due to their mass and speed, semis, tractor-trailers, 18-wheelers, overloaded trucks and other commercial vehicles cause extremely serious injuries. The lawyers at Shelly Law Offices have handled dozens of accidents involving trucks and tractor trailers. Our familiarity with nationally recognized trucking experts and the federal regulations that govern interstate hauling places us in a unique position to litigate catastrophic tractor trailer accidents.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a tractor trailer/trucking accident, it is important that you are properly compensated and that the trucking company is held accountable. We are ready to put our experience to work for you.
Handling All Types Of Truck Accident Cases
With more than a quarter century of experience obtaining tens of millions for clients, our lawyers are ready to bring our expertise to any trucking accident case, including those involving:
- Driver distraction/fatigue
- Alcohol/drug use
- Driver health
- Hazardous materials
- Improper loading
- Improper hiring/training/supervision
- Speeding or other violation of motor vehicle laws
It is important to realize that trucking insurance companies can and will do everything possible to limit payouts. While we can counter with our comprehensive knowledge of investigation and discovery, it is extremely important to get in touch, so that you can protect your rights and safeguard your possible compensation. We encourage you to reach out as soon as possible.