Representing Commercial Vehicle Accident Victims

Commercial vehicles such as delivery trucks on city streets and extra-large vehicles such as mobile farm equipment on county roads are hazardous to other vehicles as well as pedestrians and bicyclists. Utility trucks, two trucks and U-Haul-type rental trucks are all challenging to maneuver and slower to stop than cars or motorcycles. They are much heavier than the average car, so in a crash they can do a lot of harm to occupants of smaller vehicles.

In the case of rental hauling trailers, it is not uncommon for people operating them to have little or no previous experience with such vehicles. Inexperience together with other dangers such as poor road conditions or congested traffic can lead to accidents. If you were involved in an accident involving a rental moving truck or any commercial vehicle, you should speak with a personal injury lawyer sooner rather than later.

The sooner an investigation begins after a commercial vehicle accident, the more likely it is that the true cause(s) of the accident will be discovered. Understanding how an accident happened can help build a strong case for compensation from a negligent driver. A detailed investigation will also look into important factors such as liability and insurance.

It often takes considerable effort to uncover all possible sources of compensation for someone injured in a crash involving a commercial vehicle. Preparing a claim or lawsuit is a job for an experienced attorney who takes the time necessary to understand the impact of the injuries on a person's life.

Free Initial Consultation With a Commercial Vehicle Accident Attorney

In most delivery truck accident cases and other commercial vehicle accident cases, we represent clients on a contingency basis. Legal fees will not be due until settlements or verdicts are paid out. Call our Elkhorn, Wisconsin, law offices at 262-723-5003 or send us an email to request a free initial consultation with a Wisconsin truck accident lawyer.