Helping Victims Of Serious Trucking Accidents
Whether you are involved in an accident with a delivery truck, an 18-wheeler or any other type of truck, serious injury is always a major concern ― especially when you consider how large these vehicles actually are. Fortunately, the attorneys at Harris Powers & Cunningham assist clients throughout Arizona who have been involved in serious trucking accidents.
Our trucking accident lawyers will help you seek the compensation you deserve for your physical injuries, medical treatment and lost wages. We will also make sure the insurance company treats you fairly regarding your property damage claim, which might be significant in any accident involving a truck.
If you have been seriously injured in a truck crash, contact us today and schedule a FREE initial consultation. You can reach us at 602-910-6779 or email us online. Let us help you hold truck drivers and trucking companies accountable for their actions.
Who Is Liable Following A Trucking Accident?
Since commercial trucking is regulated, an accident involving a truck, big rig or an 18-wheeler can be even more complex than another motor vehicle accident, such as a car crash. You might be able to sue not only the negligent truck driver, but also the trucking company and its insurer if your accident involved a commercial trucking vehicle.
We have the experience to handle a wide range trucking accidents, including those involving:
- Truck drivers who have been behind the wheel for too long, which leads to truck driver fatigue
- Truck drivers who speed, run red lights or otherwise drive negligently
- Truck drivers who choose to drive after drinking too much or using drugs
- Trucks that are poorly maintained, including situations that lead to brake failure
- Trucks that are overloaded
If you or someone close to you has been seriously injured in a trucking accident in Phoenix or anywhere else in Arizona, our truck accident lawyers will make sure you receive the guidance, protection and compensation that you deserve. So contact us today.