Experienced Trucking Accident Attorneys in Austin
Central Texas Trucking Crash Representation You Can Trust
From freight carriers to dump trucks, cement mixers, and farming implements, trucks have as much right to access our roads as their smaller passenger vehicle counterparts. The problem is, when these large vehicles lose control, the wreckage they leave behind is often extremely devastating.
Due to their heavier gross vehicle weights, large trucks have the ability to turn any accident into a major pileup, even when traveling at a low speed. When it comes to large trucks, there is no such thing as a minor accident. Trucking accidents happen when drivers or trucking companies disregard safety regulations meant to protect road users. And when the priority isn’t safety, truckers place other drivers at risk, which can result in serious accidents with serious injuries.
Our personal injury attorneys have the experience necessary to help you obtain the proper compensation for injuries sustained due to a trucking accident.
For immediate assistance, call now for a free and confidential case evaluation – (512) 739-6787.
Trucking Accidents and Personal Injury Trial Attorneys
Most accident victims will be approached by the insurance company at some point; however, their purpose is not to offer an apology. Their goal is to downplay the severity of your injuries by offering a small settlement to make you sign away your right to something much better. Make sure to tell them you’ve retained the Zuniga Law Firm, and they are sure to leave you alone.
Over the years, our firm has helped numerous clients get the just compensation they deserve. Our trucking accident attorneys will do the same for you. We charge no fees for our consultation, and there are no fees for our services unless we win.
Our firm has experience handling cases where the following large trucking vehicle types have caused serious injury or death:
- Freight carriers (18-wheelers) with and without cargo
- Semi-trailers with and without cargo
- Dump trucks, cement mixers, backhoes and other construction vehicles
- Tow trucks and oversize cargo
- Tank trucks carrying flammable liquids
- Combines, implements and other farming vehicles
- 18-wheelers transporting livestock
- Flagger trucks
Besides holding the driver and their insurer accountable, we may also be able to file additional claims on your behalf; including, recalled parts, faulty maintenance and knowingly employing a driver with a suspended commercial driver’s license.