Car & Truck Accidents

Car & Truck Accidents In the event of a car or truck accident, it is important to work with an attorney who not only understands your injuries from a medical perspective, but also a legal one. Don’t hesitate to call. You have a limited amount of time to recover financially from a devastating accident. The insurance companies have attorneys working for them full time to make sure you settle for as little money as possible. That’s why you need protection of your rights. Don’t sign anything before speaking with an attorney no matter how much pressure and discouragement you may be getting from the insurance company attorneys. When a semi-truck driver is negligent or an 18-wheeler’s brakes fail, everyone on the road is in serious danger. On the highway, a rural road or in the city, a truck accident can have catastrophic consequences. In 2007, there were more than 4,862 Injuries in crashes involving Large Trucks and 1,766 Injuries in crashes involving Buses on Pennsylvania roads. Many were serious including 210 deaths.* In an industry that is heavily regulated for safety, that’s too many. I have extensive training in trauma surgery and understand you or your loved one’s injury. You may have even considered accepting a low settlement offer from the other driver’s insurance company just to make ends meet during this difficult time. One that isn’t sufficient to cover your medical bills, car repair costs, and lost wages that you have suffered because of the accident. You need strong, knowledgeable representation to protect your interests. We are dedicated to standing up to the large insurance companies in order to help you get full compensation for your injuries.

Types of Injuries

  • Unlicensed Driver
  • Speeding
  • Disobeying Safety Procedure
  • Motor Vehicle Inspection Failure
  • Repair & Maintenance Failure
  • Failure to Yield The Right of Way
  • 18 Wheeler Crash
  • DUI / DWI
  • Driver Fatigue
  • Truck Rollover
  • Backing Up/Moving In Reverse
  • Vehicle Collisions
  • Mechanical or Brake Failure
  • Tires Blow Up
  • Transporting Equipment with Trailers
  • Overloaded Trucks or Trailers
  • Loads That Shift Weight