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Trucking Accidents 

Have you been involved in a trucking accident? Under West Virginia law, you may be eligible to receive compensation if you work with an attorney to prove negligence. At WVLawyer, we have more than 50 years of combined experience providing outstanding representation to individuals who have been seriously injured in accidents. Our team of dedicated legal professionals can develop a personalized strategy for your case, so don’t wait to give us a call. You don’t pay unless we win your case!

What We Offer

When you work with a Charleston truck accident lawyer from our team, you can be sure that your situation is being handled by a team of dedicated and highly experienced professionals. No two cases are ever the same, and when you work with our firm, we will take into consideration every aspect of your case to identify the cause of your accident.

We are well-equipped to represent claims related to:

  • Delivery truck accidents

  • Truck rollover accidents

  • Semi-truck accidents

  • Under-ride accidents

  • T-bone truck accidents

We can thoroughly review all medical statements, witness accounts, police records, and insurance findings to help determine who is at fault for your injuries. Call us today to learn more about how we can help.

Who is responsible for my accident?

There are a number of different entities or individuals who may be held responsible for the accident.

  • The Driver: Human error is one of the biggest perpetrators of trucking accidents in the United States. While there are various laws in place that regulate how much a truck operator can drive, how far they can drive and the amount of acceptable alcohol content in their systems, accidents, and negligence still occur. When you work with our team, we will work hard to determine if the driver acted in an illegal or reckless manner, thus causing the collision.

  • The Manufacturer: In some cases, product failure causes serious accidents. Trucks are large and capable of traveling at fast speeds, which is why it is essential for all parts and pieces to operate at peak performance. Common product failures include brake failure, steering failure, and trailer hitch failure; all of these can create dangerous situations. Our firm will help determine if the manufacturer of a product can be held liable for the accident.

  • The Loader: Trucks often carry large loads across the state or country, and it is essential that these loads are properly secured prior to travel. If a load were to shift or come loose during the expedition, it could cause serious accidents and collisions. Semi-trucks could potentially jackknife with a sudden shift of weight and open flatbed trucks could lose their content on the road. If a loader improperly secured a shipment, he or she could be held accountable.

  • The City or County: There are some situations in which a poorly maintained road or poorly designed highway could cause a large semi-truck to be involved in an accident. When you work with our firm, we can work diligently to determine if a public or private entity is to blame for poor road care or improper signage.


Contact WVLawyer for Help

We have the experience to ensure that your rights are protected. When you work with a West Virginia truck accident lawyer from our firm, we can immediately begin our investigation of your case and provide you with the information you need to ensure that you receive the highest amount of compensation available.

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