The injuries sustained after a Texas truck accident can be life-changing. These types of accidents can take a serious physical, emotional and financial toll on the victim and their family.
At Anderson Cummings, we understand how these dangerous collisions can impact everyday life and bring more stress into a victims life. We also realize how complicated it can be for an individual to receive the compensation they need to cover the financial losses that resulted from the accident.
Our experienced attorneys are ready to work tirelessly on your behalf and hold the companies or people responsible for your accident accountable for their actions.
Call our law firm today at (817) 920-9000 for a free case review or fill out our "Free Case Evaluation" form.
Types of Truck Accident Injures
More than 2,700 injury-related truck accidents were reported in Texas in 2012, according to the Department of Transportation.
Some types of injuries victims may sustain in a truck collision include (but are not limited to):
- Spinal cord injury
- Brain trauma
- Severed limb
- Broken bones
Additionally, the psychological trauma of this type of crash can result in depression, anxiety and other mental health problems.
Our Lawyers Are Ready to Help You
At Anderson Cummings, our truck accident injury lawyers realize that your accident is about more than just money its about justice and making things right.
Many truck companies and insurance providers will do everything they can to pay as minimal as possible to accident victims and will put their interests first rather than the interests of those who were injured.
Our injury lawyers have represented many clients throughout Texas and believe that accident victims deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. We will listen carefully to your concerns and help you make informed decisions about what you should do to ensure that your rights are protected.
Contact our law firm today at (817) 920-9000 and let us fight on your behalf against negligent truck drivers and trucking companies.
Causes of Big Rig Accidents
Data collected by federal and state on semi-trailer accidents often finds that the causes of big rig accidents typically include speeding, fatigued driving, distracted driving and improperly loaded cargo.
Improperly Loaded Trucks
Failing to load a truck properly can lead to the shift of materials inside the truck or on the road. When cargo spills or shifts happen, the end result is a crash and severe injuries.
18-wheeler trucks are some of the largest vehicles on the road. The sheer weight and size of large commercial trucks puts passenger cars at a distinct disadvantage.
In Texas, Oklahoma, and across the country, there are certain rules and regulations that all truckers and trucking companies must adhere to. When an irresponsible driver or careless truck company disobeys these laws, they need to be held accountable.