Representing Victims of Commercial Trucking Accidents
Large commercial vehicles, such as semi-trucks and 18-wheelers, pose a grave threat on the roads. Every year these trucks, weighing as much as 80,000 pounds, cause major accidents on roads and highways. Many victims of trucking accidents have been devastated by losing their loved ones to such accidents.
U.S. Department of Transportation
According to the U.S Department of Transportation, in 2012, there were 3,921 people killed and 104,000 people injured in crashes involving large trucks. In the United States, 333,000 large trucks were involved in traffic crashes1.
We Can Help You Recover Just Compensation
Due to the sheer size of commercial trucks, truck accidents usually result in serious injuries or death. Additionally, there is a great deal of property damage. Victims of truck accidents incur medical expenses, loss of income, and suffer extreme pain and suffering.
If you were injured in a truck accident, or if you lost a loved one in a truck accident, you have the right to recover for medical expenses, property damage, loss of income, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium. At Koohanim Law Firm, our truck accident attorneys are ready to aggressively pursue your claims to help you receive the highest recovery for your damages.
After a commercial trucking accident, the commercial insurance companies will usually send out their own accident adjusters to investigate the accident. They’re interests lie with their company and their shareholders, which means they have an incentive to deny your claims or pay you as little as possible for your claims.
Our accident attorneys will pursue your claims and discover the cause of the accident. We will find the responsible party or parties involved and we are ready to aggressively litigate your case if necessary. When dealing with such a serious and complicated accident case, you want experienced attorneys that have a successful track record of recovering for their clients. Contact Koohanim Law today for a case assessment.