18-Wheeler Truck Accident

Truck Accident Lawyer

18 wheeler truck accident crashing into car

At Rad Law Firm, we understand how hard it can be to deal with the aftermath of a serious truck accident. We also understand how hard it can be for families who have lost a loved one due to the actions of a careless truck driver who is often not properly trained. An accident with a big truck can change your life, and the lives of those you love, forever. But rest assured that our team of attorneys have the expertise in truck accident injury cases. We are here to fight to get you compensation for your injuries.

After 18-wheeler accidents, insurance companies look for ways to limit their losses. They try to get people to settle too soon. Oftentimes before the full costs of their injuries are known. We aggressively represent victims of serious motor vehicle, truck and 18-wheeler accidents. We can prevent companies from taking advantage of victims in commercial vehicle accidents.

18 Wheeler vs. MinivanIf you have suffered an accident and are injured from an 18-wheeler truck accident, you should seek the advice of an experienced truck accident lawyer. Representatives are standing by to discuss your injury accident.

The truck accident lawyers at Rad Law Firm have won millions for our clients. Commercial trucking companies have large teams of attorneys looking out for their best interest. You should have the same aggressive representation.

We encourage you to contact one of our truck accident lawyers at the Rad Law Firm right away.

The consultation is free, confidential and you are under no obligation.

Our staff is standing by to take your call


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Top Reasons that Cause Truck Accidents

According to a causation study by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the following are the most common reasons for large truck accidents:

  • Fatigue
  • Brake Problems – Poor Truck Maintenance
  • Alcohol and Drug Use
  • Distracted Driving
  • Traveling too Fast for Conditions
  • Unfamiliarity with Roadway
  • Over-the-counter drug use
  • Inadequate Driver Training
  • Traffic Flow Interruption
  • Speeding with Loss of Control
  • Unsafe Lane Changes