Truck Accident Attorneys in Bryan, Texas
Real Legal Counsel for Real People; Also Serving College Station
Have you been seriously injured in a crash caused by a commercial truck? You deserve compensation, but the liable parties are going to do anything they can to avoid paying even a dime.
Let The Payne Law Group step in and help you with your truck accident claim, so we can show the trucking company and their insurance company that you mean business.
We accept truck accident claims involving:
- Big rigs
If you were hit by any type of commercial truck, we can help you file a claim. Our law office is located in Bryan, Texas, but we represent clients throughout Texas.
Call us at (979) 300-7406 or contact us online to see how we can help you get what you deserve from the trucking company and their insurance.
What Severe Injuries Can Be Caused by a Truck Accident?
The massive size and weight of a typical commercial truck dwarf that of a typical passenger vehicle. As a result, even low-speed collisions between an 18-wheeler and a car can cause catastrophic injuries to you and your loved ones.
Victims of truck accidents often suffer:
- Serious back and neck problems
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Permanent scarring
It is imperative that you see a doctor immediately and make sure you do everything you can to take care of your health. The trucking company and their insurance company has a team of investigators, lawyers, and adjusters.
This team will do everything they can to minimize your injuries to prevent you from getting the money you need to pay for the extensive medical treatments and hospitalization that could be required as a result of such serious injuries.
You need a lawyer that will fight for you and protect your legal right to pay for your damages. You should not be the one suffering the financial impact of paying bills while also having to miss work.
You need to hire The Payne Law Group as soon as possible to pursue a claim against the responsible parties — it may be the only chance you have to get what you deserve.
Who Is Liable for Your Truck Accident?
Responsibility in a trucking accident is notoriously more difficult to determine than liability in a car accident.
Many parties are supposed to work together to ensure the safe operation of a commercial truck on the roads in Texas. If any one of them fail in their responsibilities, it could lead to a crash, causing you serious harm.
Parties who might be responsible for your damages include the:
- Truck driver who hit you
- Manufacturer of the truck
- Company that maintained the truck
- Trucking company that hired the driver
- Crews who loaded cargo in or on the trailer
In many truck accident cases, there are at least two defendants:
- The truck driver
- The trucking company that contracted for the delivery job
Truck drivers can become exhausted behind the wheel while working a 14-hour day, increasing the chances of a crash.
Trucking companies can also be found negligent if they:
- Continually overwork truck drivers to the point of fatigue
- Fail to thoroughly perform background checks
- Fail to make sure the drivers are properly trained and qualified
- Do not make sure the trucks are properly maintained
Ready to Work Whenever You Are
The Payne Law Group is ready to assist truck accident victims in Bryan, College Station, the Brazos Valley, and all of Texas. Our lawyers take pride in our clients, and we work hard to get you the money you deserve.
There are no cookie-cutter approaches here — we personalize our representation to every client’s individual needs. This approach has been instrumental in our years of success, which began in 1949 when our doors first opened.
Get a winning team in your corner. Dial (979) 300-7406 or contact us online now. We proudly serve clients in Bryan, College Station, and the surrounding areas.
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