Tractor-Trailer Accidents tend to be more serious and complicated than Auto Accidents
An automobile is no match for a 30,000-pound tractor-trailer with a 70,000-pound load, traveling at highway speed. The risk of death or severe injury for the passengers of that automobile is very high. Tractor-Trailer Accidents tend to be more serious and complicated than Auto Accidents and must be handled accordingly. Often times, there are multiple defendants. Which means you’re going up against not only the driver, but also a large, powerful trucking company, and in some cases, the manufacturer.
If you or someone you know is involved in a Tractor-Trailer Accident, time is of the essence. Trucking companies will not wait. They will immediately send lawyers and investigators to the scene of an accident and they will spare no expense when it comes to building their defense. Therefore, it is critical to contact an experienced Tractor-Trailer Accident attorney at ACA Law immediately in order to protect your rights, collect and preserve important evidence, persist through many challenges and build you the strongest case possible.
Our Tractor-Trailer Accident attorneys posses the skills, resources, and legal knowledge to stand up to the trucking companies and win you the compensation you deserve. If you or someone you know has been injured in a Tractor-Trailer Accident, contact the Tractor-Trailer Accident lawyers at ACA Law for a FREE evaluation of your case.
Our Tractor-Trailer Accident lawyers work on a contingency basis, so there are no legal fees until a financial settlement or verdict has been secured for you.
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