Dallas 18-Wheeler Accidents Attorneys

Experienced 18-Wheeler Accidents Attorneys Providing Protection for Injured Texans

Glen Larson Law’s skilled 18-wheeler personal injury attorneys in Dallas represent injury victims and the families of those who lost their loved ones to negligence throughout Texas as more than just lawyers, but advocates seeking justice and compensation for their full financial recovery needs.

Our Dallas semi-truck accident attorneys know experience matters when pursuing the truck driver, trucking company, another third party, or a combination of each to ensure our clients have the legal resources they need to pursue the best outcome for their case.

At Glen Larson Law, our managing attorney and law firm founder, Glen Larson, has represented injured Texans — and injury clients throughout the United States — for more than 15 years with one important goal: To pursue dedicated, driven results for the injured.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in an 18-wheeler collision anywhere in Texas, contact our skilled personal injury attorneys today to learn more about your legal rights and options to hold the negligent person or parties accountable for your financial and physical recovery needs.

Call 214-935-2298 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.

Who Can Be Held Liable for 18-Wheeler Collisions, Injuries, and Fatalities in Texas?

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, 620 traffic fatalities involved an 18-wheeler throughout the state last year alone, which was the highest number in the nation.

Our state’s size, economic dependence on the petroleum, shipping, and transit industries, and access to over 3,200 miles of interstate roadways require consistent and heavy truck traffic that frequently leads to serious and fatal collisions.

The legal complexities behind these 18-wheeler truck crashes begin with preserving and investigating evidence to determine who was at fault so we can pursue justice and compensation on your behalf.

The potential at-fault parties may include:

  • The truck driver
  • The trucking company
  • The truck manufacturer
  • The truck maintenance crew
  • Another third party.

Each party or combination of parties can be at fault for different reasons.  The tragic thing is that most accidents could have been prevented.

Common areas and types of negligence include:

Truck Driver Negligence

Texas truck drivers are the first line of defense for avoiding a collision with much smaller passenger vehicles on our roadways. When they are operating a potentially 80,000-pound truck negligently, our fellow Texans are frequently seriously injured or killed.

Some of the most common forms of truck driver negligence include:

Trucking Company Negligence

When trucking companies put profits over safety, they are also placing everyone on our Texas roadways in danger.

Types of Corporate Negligence Include:

  • Hiring unqualified drivers
  • Insufficient or lack of training and safety programs for drivers
  • Failing to run the appropriate background checks
  • Overlooking previous driving violations
  • Failing to conduct required medical, alcohol, or drug testing
  • Pressuring drivers to surpass the Hours of Service Regulations

Truck Manufacturer, Maintenance Crew, or Another Third-Party’s Negligence

Like other vehicles on our roadways, the integrity of the truck is paramount to the truck driver’s ability to operate it safely. There can be catastrophic consequences with long distances between stops and with infrequent inspections.

Examples of third-party negligence may include, but are not limited to:

  • Improperly loaded or overloaded cargo
  • Defective truck parts and components
  • Failure to properly resolve a safety issue or recall
  • Improper maintenance and inadequate inspections

Glen Larson Law’s Dallas truck accident attorneys recommend that anyone injured in a crash with an 18-wheeler truck to call us immediately after the crash occurs, so we can begin collecting important evidence.  The evidence is one of the most crucial components in determining liability and getting compensation and justice for you and your loved ones.

Our truck accident injury attorneys in Dallas partner with accident reconstruction experts, skilled medical staff, investigators, and analysts that allow our team of legal professionals to pursue the best outcome for each of our clients.

Evaluating whether the truck driver, trucking company, manufacturer, maintenance company, another third party, or a combination of these parties is liable for the collision is our Texas 18-wheeler accident attorneys’ specialty. Do not leave your truck crash recovery to chance or try to handle it yourself.  Trucking companies are skilled at avoiding or evading responsibility, and they are not on your side in cases of serious injury or death.

Call 214-935-2298 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.

Contact Our Dedicated 18-Wheeler Accident Attorneys in Dallas, Texas Today for a Free Consultation

Getting seriously injured or losing a loved one in an 18-wheeler collision in Texas is life-changing.

When the negligent party’s corporate insurance and legal representatives respond to your financial compensation needs with resistance or an outright denial of your claim, their unfair and callous reaction can overwhelm your ability to recover.

We can help.

Call our skilled team of Dallas 18-wheeler accident attorneys today to gain the leadership, experience, and resources you need to assertively pursue your injury case inside and outside the courtroom.

Glen Larson Law stands ready to provide each of our clients with dedicated, driven results.

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