Standing Up For Truck Accident Victims

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When a large truck collides with a passenger vehicle, the results can be devastating. If you suffered injuries or you lost a loved one in a trucking accident, you understand how serious these types of motor vehicle accidents can be. The team of attorneys at Alcorn, Sage, Schwartz & Magrath LLP is here to help those impacted by truck accidents in Madison and throughout Indiana.

Semitrailer accidents are often the result of negligent or reckless driving and other preventable factors. We know how to hold liable parties accountable and fight for fair compensation on your behalf. Our law firm has been handling personal injury cases since 1976, recovering millions for our clients. We continue to offer compassionate guidance and aggressive representation.

Building A Strong Case On Your Behalf

We start every personal injury case with a comprehensive and complete investigation. We understand the state and federal trucking regulations, and we know how to identify potential liable parties and determine which factors played a role in what happened to you. Some of the most common reasons for truck accidents include:

  • Fatigued or tired driving
  • Improperly loaded cargo
  • Untrained or inexperienced truck drivers
  • Speeding or aggressive driving
  • Negligent maintenance

Due to their heavy size and weight, trucks can cause serious damage when they collide with a smaller vehicle. Truckers have the responsibility to safely share the road, and trucking companies have to follow regulations, train drivers well, and properly maintain their vehicles. We will advocate for your full and fair recovery when dealing with the insurance company or trucking company, and our attorneys will diligently seek a beneficial outcome for you.

The Importance Of Quick Action

Evidence from truck accidents can start to disappear quickly. It is in your interests to act immediately and secure the help of an attorney who knows the law and the personal injury claims process. Contact our office at 812-801-4760 or email to schedule an appointment for a confidential and free initial case evaluation.