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Category: Trucking Accidents

The 5 Steps of Commercial Truck Accident Settlements

January 18, 2021 | Personal Injury Claims,Trucking Accidents

Commercial truck accident settlements are determined by the extent of the property damage, injuries sustained, and various additional factors. One of those factors can be the competence of the attorney representing your case. Thousands of accidents happen each year, many involving semi-trucks. These trucks and drivers are instrumental in making sure the American economy moves…

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The 5 Most Destructive Types of Truck Accidents

January 11, 2021 | Auto Accidents,Trucking Accidents

There are many types of truck accidents, but in this piece we’ll discuss 5 types that tend to be the most destructive. Texas consistently ranks at or near the top for the number of fatal truck accidents, according to statistics compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Of course, the Lone Star state’s…

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4 Key Benefits of Contacting a Truck Accident Lawyer

November 3, 2020 | Trucking Accidents

When you’re seriously injured, search the term truck accident lawyer near me to find an attorney in your area. Here are 4 key benefits of hiring local. Any truck accident lawyer will tell you that the damage from truck accidents isn’t over when the debris is cleared away. The aftereffects can last for months, years,…

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The Most Common Causes of 18-Wheeler Accidents in Texas

August 29, 2019 | Trucking Accidents

18-wheelers are easily the largest of vehicles commonly traveling on roads, highways and interstates. Big rigs average around 70 feet in length and 80,000 pounds in weight. Because of their enormous size, drivers of personal vehicles are likely to keep clear when a semi is near. Despite a conscious effort by most drivers to avoid…

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Your Guide to Receiving a Truck Accident Settlement

March 27, 2017 | Trucking Accidents

If you’ve been involved in a truck accident, settlement may be the last thing on your mind—at first. You have injuries to take care of, a car to replace, and a job to worry about keeping while you’re laid up. As soon as you’re able, however, it’s a good idea to consider your options for…

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