El Paso 18-Wheeler Accident Lawyers

Dedicated 18-Wheeler Attorneys Providing Protection for Injured Texans

Glen Larson Law’s skilled 18-wheeler personal injury attorneys in El Paso understand the physical, emotional, and financial toll a collision with a semi-truck in Texas can take on the injured and their families.

The National Safety Council reported that large-truck crashes increased 7% to nearly 160,000 total accidents across the nation last year, accounting for nearly 116,000 injuries and over 5,000 fatalities.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in an 18-wheeler collision anywhere in Texas, experience matters when investigating the cause of the crash, preserving important evidence, and pursuing the truck driver, trucking company, a contracted firm, or a combination of each negligent party that had a part in the accident occurring.

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.

We will do the same for you, beginning with a free consultation.

Call 915-221-2072 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.

How Can I Prove Who is Liable for My Texas 18-Wheeler Crash and Injuries?

With more than 3,200 miles of Interstate crisscrossing the state of Texas, 18-wheeler traffic is constant throughout the state and through El Paso.

When these large trucks collide with a much smaller vehicle, the injuries can be substantial and require long-term medical care and extended time away from work. You should not have to pay for these expenses out of pocket.

Our skilled team of El Paso 18-wheeler personal injury lawyers and support staff will investigate the crash with our accident reconstruction and engineering specialists, research analysts, and medical experts to determine the overall cause of the crash and the liable person or parties that are responsible for the collision.

Liable parties may include:

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

In our experience, most Texas 18-wheeler accidents are preventable, which is why we work tirelessly to hold the negligent parties accountable for the action or inaction that led to the crash.

Common forms of negligence that lead to truck accidents in El Paso may include:

  • Hiring unqualified drivers
  • Hours of service violations
  • Speeding
  • Overlooking previous driving violations
  • Driver fatigue
  • Improperly loaded or overloaded cargo
  • Inadequate inspections
  • Failing to leave enough room to stop
  • Defective truck parts and components
  • Drivers failing to follow traffic signs and signals
  • Distracted driving
  • Failure to properly resolve a safety issue or recall
  • Improper maintenance
  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Failing to conduct required medical, alcohol, or drug testing
  • Companies pressuring drivers to meet stringent deadlines
  • Insufficient or lack of training and safety programs for drivers
  • Failing to run the appropriate background checks on drivers

Evaluating whether the truck driver, trucking company, manufacturer, maintenance company, another third party — or a combination of these parties — is responsible for your injuries or the loss of your loved one is our El Paso truck accident attorneys’ specialty.

Call 915-221-2072 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.

What Type of Financial Recovery Can I Pursue After an 18-Wheeler Accident in Texas?

All El Paso 18-wheeler accidents and injuries are unique and must be evaluated by a skilled personal injury attorney who can identify your overall compensation needs, so you are not left paying for these costly expenses out of your pocket.

Based on how the injuries have affected your day-to-day activities, your ability to work, and your overall quality of life today and in the future, the damages we pursue on your behalf may include:

  • Past medical expenses
  • Future medical expenses
  • Loss of past wages
  • Loss of future wages
  • Loss of wage-earning capacity
  • Reduced future earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering in the past
  • Pain and suffering in the future
  • Mental anguish in the past
  • Mental anguish in the future
  • Physical impairment in the past
  • Physical impairment in the future
  • Physical impairment in the past
  • Physical disfigurement in the future
  • Loss of household services in the past
  • Loss of household services in the future
  • Wrongful death
  • Survivorship damages

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 18-wheelers only account for 4% of all registered vehicles in the U.S., but are responsible for 10% of all vehicles involved in fatal crashes — including the 620 traffic fatalities involving an 18-wheeler in Texas last year alone.

If you were hurt in a semi-truck crash or lost a loved one in an accident in Texas, contact our skilled team of 18-wheeler personal injury attorneys today for a free consultation.

Call 915-221-2072 today. There is never a charge to talk to an attorney. We stand ready.

Contact Our Experienced 18-Wheeler Accident Attorneys in El Paso, Texas Today for a Free Consultation

Call our skilled team of El Paso 18-wheeler accident attorneys at Glen Larson Law today to gain the leadership, experience, and resources you need to aggressively pursue your injury case to fight for your justice and compensation.

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

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