Hurt In A Truck Crash?
While most truckers are committed to driving safely and avoiding accidents, mistakes do happen. Often, these are caused by truck drivers who are inadequately trained or do not have the experience necessary to operate their equipment safely. This is especially true these days, when many trucking companies regularly hire students right out of truck driving school where they “learned” how to drive a truck in two to six weeks.
We Know The Trucking Industry
If you have been hurt in a trucking accident, you want an attorney who understands truckers, knows the trucking industry and is willing to take action to hold negligent drivers accountable. At Brock Law Offices in Lincoln, Nebraska, we have been handling truck crash cases and other motor vehicle accident claims for more than 25 years.
We have unique insight into these cases because our founding attorney, Tony Brock, is heavily involved in the trucking industry and has been for most of his life. He has had his commercial driver’s license (CDL) since before it became mandatory under federal law. He has driven over the road. He has owned trucks, and he has fixed trucks. He knows what truck drivers and trucking companies are supposed to do, and he knows how to identify and hold them accountable for negligent or careless acts that cause serious harm to other drivers.
The sheer size of semitrucks means that these claims tend to involve serious, life-changing injuries. We have the depth of experience needed to take on insurance companies, self-insured trucking companies and others to get compensation for brain injuries, back injuries, lost limbs, broken bones and other severe injuries.
Time Is Of The Essence In Truck Accident Cases
Critical evidence may start to disappear almost immediately following a crash, so it is crucial that you take action and contact a lawyer as soon as possible. Every minute that passes is time during which the truck could be repaired, black boxes could be reset, logbooks could be lost and other evidence could be pulled out of reach. The right experts must be retained immediately to download critical electronic evidence, perform crucial crash reconstruction measurements and tests, and establish the cause of the truck crash. A letter must be sent to the potentially responsible parties immediately, demanding that they preserve evidence.
Free Consultation For Truck Crash Victims
Contact us today at 402-327-1777 or by email to schedule a free consultation. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency basis. You only pay if we obtain a recovery for you. There is no money required upfront.