We will have a team of the country’s top lawyers review your case entirely for free, and you will never have to pay anything up front or out of pocket.
Recent Settlement: $26 Million for a truck crash victim who suffered traumatic brain injury
The team at Munley Law have a long track record of taking on big companies and winning. We have spent decades helping people exactly like you who have had their lives altered by a crash with a commercial truck or tractor trailer. We believe in holding truck drivers and trucking companies accountable for their negligence, and obtaining fair compensation for victims and their families. We are trial lawyers who get results. The truck accident lawyers at Munley Law understand the stress, pain, and worry that come with a truck accident injury. We represent drivers, passengers, cyclists, bikers, pedestrians, and truckers who have been hurt in an accident with a large truck or tractor trailer. Commercial truck and tractor trailer accidents can be far more devastating and complicated than a regular car accident. That’s why they should only be handled by a law firm with years of experience and a record of success handling this specific case type. Munley Law is unique in that our firm has developed a special focus on these complex, heavily-defended cases. For more than 55 years, the truck accident lawyers at Munley Law have represented truck crash victims throughout the United States. Our trucking crash attorneys are dedicated experts in aggressively pursuing the justice and compensation that our clients deserve. If you were in a truck accident on I-80, I-81, I-76, I-476, or any highway in Pennsylvania, contact us for a free case review today.
The truck accident lawyers at Munley Law are among the nation’s leading truck accident attorneys. Marion Munley has represented truck accident victims and their families for more than 30 years. She is the first woman to lead the American Association for Justice Trucking Litigation Group. Dan Munley is listed among the Top Ten Trucking Trial Lawyers in Pennsylvania by the National Trial Lawyers Association. He has been certified by the Association of Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America. Bob Munley and Caroline Munley each have more than a decade of experience representing truck accident victims, and have won millions of dollars in compensation for their clients.
As the victim of a truck wreck, you have legal rights to compensation for your injuries. However, because trucking accidents often involve multiple responsible parties and insurance companies, obtaining that compensation can be a nightmare. Without legal representation, you’re likely to be bullied out of a fair settlement. Trucking companies will typically have unlimited resources, including teams of lawyers to fight against any lawsuit you may file as a result of an accident—regardless of how injured you are. If you have been hit by a tractor trailer or large commercial vehicle, the best way to protect yourself is to contact an experienced truck crash attorney who will defend your rights and ensure that you are fairly compensated.
In the days after a truck accident:
In most cases in Pennsylvania, the statute of limitations is two years from the date of the accident. But, it is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible following an accident. Important pieces of evidence regarding vehicle safety standards and driver logs can quickly be lost or destroyed. It is best if we can get to work as soon as possible.
While you are at the scene of the wreck, be sure to:
In a truck accident case, the truck driver, transportation company, or owner of the truck may be liable. In other cases, the facility responsible for loading the truck, or even the entity responsible for the contents of the trailer can be held responsible as well. Each case is unique, so the best way to determine who is at fault is by speaking with a lawyer. That is why we offer free consultations to our potential clients.
At Munley Law, we do not collect a fee unless we win your case. Our contingent fee, a percentage of the settlement or verdict, shall not exceed the amount paid to you. You will never pay anything up-front or out of your own pocket.