Were You Injured in an Accident With a Large Truck? Contact a Trucking Accident Lawyer at Munley Law Now for a Free Consultation.
The truck accident lawyers at Munley Law are recognized nationwide as leaders in truck accident law. No firm is more experienced, or more successful in getting 18 wheeler accident victims the justice they deserve. We have achieved more than $1 billion in settlements and verdicts for our clients. We are committed to getting you and your family the compensation needed to get you back to your life.
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When you’ve been hit by a big rig, you need to know your case is in the best possible hands. Commercial truck and tractor trailer accidents can be far more devastating and complicated than a regular car crash. That’s why these cases should only be handled by a law firm with decades of experience and a record of success in commercial truck accident cases.
Munley Law is unique in that our firm has developed a special focus on these complex, heavily defended cases. For more than 60 years, our nationwide trucking accident attorneys have gone head to head with large trucking companies to get the maximum amount of compensation for those injured by the companies’ negligent actions. We are dedicated experts in aggressively pursuing justice for our clients; each member of our firm has extensive experience in truck accident injury cases.
Table of Contents
- How Truck Accidents Are Different From Car Accidents
- What Does a Truck Accident Lawyer Do?
- How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Truck Accident Lawyer?
- Who Is Responsible for a Commercial Truck Accident?
- Common Causes of Trucking Accidents
- How is Compensation Determined Following a Truck Accident?
- Who Can be Held Liable in a Semi Truck Crash?
- Truck Accident Statistics
- How is Negligence Established Following a Truck Accident?
- What is a Truck's Black Box and Why is it Important After a Truck Accident?
- Contact an 18 Wheeler Accident Lawyer Today
How Are Truck Accidents Different From Car Accidents?
As you can imagine, commercial truck accidents can differ from car accidents in various ways. Not only are you dealing with a larger vehicle — on average, an 18 wheeler can weigh 80,000 pounds, 20 times the weight of a passenger car — but the drivers need to follow certain federal regulations that the typical driver does not have to follow. For example, truck drivers cannot drive more than 11 hours after 10 consecutive hours off duty; however, many ignore this rule in order to meet deadlines or obtain a financial incentive from the trucking company.
Other ways truck accidents can differ from car crashes include:
- Multiple parties can be held responsible: In a typical car accident, usually one or both drivers can be held responsible. But in a truck accident, there could be various parties that can be held liable for the accident, such as the trucking company, the manufacturer of the vehicle, and the company that loaded the vehicle.
- Insurance policies are larger for tractor trailers: Truck insurance is larger than your average car insurance policy. This means insurance adjusters will do everything in their power to make sure the fault lies on the car driver’s shoulders to prevent a huge payout.
- Injuries are more severe: The larger the vehicle, the more likely the accident injuries will be greater. This leads to extensive medical bills, life-changing injuries, and possible death.
Truck accidents can be devastating. This is why it’s always important to speak to a commercial truck accident lawyer with the experience, knowledge, and track record to protect your claim and stand up for your rights.
What Does a Truck Accident Lawyer Do?
A truck accident lawyer can handle all aspects of your claim and make sure you get the compensation you need. A truck accident claim does require a thorough investigation, the opinions of expert witnesses, and the creative use of discovery procedures after the suit is filed.
Collecting Evidence at the Scene
Prompt investigation of the accident scene is crucial. The truck company will quickly dispatch its own investigators right after it learns of the accident to collect evidence. This evidence can quickly disappear and you will need someone on your side who will save it.
Munley Law’s on-staff team of investigators is quick to respond to an accident scene as soon as possible. Our team will document skid marks, accident debris, as well as oil, gas, and radiator fluid stains at the wreck scene. Our investigators will also obtain police reports, motor carrier records, witness statements, photographs, and safety logs. We will secure the “black box” which contains vital information about the big rig. The sooner you engage us to represent you, the sooner we can get to work.
Expert Witnesses for Tractor Trailer Accident Cases
Munley Law’s tractor trailer accident attorneys have long-established relationships with trucking industry experts and investigators. These expert witnesses can review the facts of your case and help us craft a winning trial strategy. Other experts including engineers, medical professionals, economists, and accident reconstructionists will work alongside us to put your strongest case forward.
Not all law firms have access to these types of experts. But since Munley Law has been helping truck injury victims for over 60 years, we have created relationships that stand the test of time.
Experienced in Complex Trucking Accident Claims
Since truck accident cases differ greatly from car crashes and other types of personal injury claims, experience counts. Truckers and transportation companies must comply with a complex set of federal and state laws and regulations governing hours of service, maintenance and inspection requirements, and other safety protocol.
The tractor trailer accident attorneys at Munley Law have in-depth knowledge of these (frequently changing) laws and regulations. We will determine whether a violation of this kind contributed to your crash, and hold the offending driver and/or company responsible.
Getting evidence for your claim on your own is impossible. Demand letters must be sent to get what’s needed to prove your case. You are only able to do this with a trusted truck injury attorney.
Why Choose Munley Law As Your Truck Accident Lawyer?
Our truck accident attorneys are recognized nationwide as industry experts. Marion Munley was the first woman Chair of the American Association for Justice Trucking Litigation Group, and Daniel Munley served as chair from 2011-2012. Munley Law is the only firm in the country to have two of our lawyers lead the AAJ Trucking Litigation Group. Both Daniel Munley and Marion Munley are also board certified in Truck Accident Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, a recognition given only to truck accident attorneys who have demonstrated high standards of competence and integrity. Both have also been recognized as one of the Top 10 Trucking Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association.
In 2019, the American Association for Justice Trucking Litigation Group renamed the “Chairman’s Award” in honor of Robert W. Munley (1930-2019), in recognition of his work as one of the first lawyers to specialize in trucking accident cases and to treat them differently from other types of auto accidents. The award is presented annually to an attorney who has advanced the goals of the Group: to educate other lawyers on trucking law matters and to improve highway safety through legal work and advocacy. Marion Munley and Daniel Munley were the first lawyers to receive the award after it was renamed the “Robert W. Munley Award” in honor of their father and Munley Law founder.
The semi truck accident attorneys at Munley Law have consistently been named Best Lawyers in America (via the legal guide Best Lawyers), Pennsylvania Super Lawyers (Pennsylvania Magazine), Best Law Firms (U.S. News and World Report), and are proud members of the Million-Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forums. Our truck accident lawyers are regarded as experts in the industry, and we are regularly asked to speak about the latest changes and trends in trucking law at events all over the country. Let us put our expertise to work for you.
If you are injured and can’t come to us, our truck accident lawyers can travel to meet with you wherever you are located. We understand that this is a difficult time in your life and we will do whatever we can to make sure you get the compensation you deserve following a trucking accident. Choose carefully, there is a difference in truck accident law firms.
How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Truck Accident Lawyer?
Munley Law charges truck accident clients on a contingency basis. That means that our contingency attorney is only paid if your case reaches a settlement or favorable verdict. This makes it possible for anyone to hire the best possible legal representation. It gives everyone equal access to the justice system and representation of the same caliber that insurance companies, transportation companies, and other defendants can hire.
Nothing is more devastating than getting into a wreck with a tractor trailer. Your injuries may be life-threatening, and medical costs can amount to tens of thousands of dollars. Your insurance may not cover all of your expenses, and you may have difficulties just trying to get back to your life. We are here to help.
Truck Accident Client Testimonials
“I’m so beyond thankful for my lawyers who have never steered me wrong and were ready to go to war for myself and my children. It has been an amazing experience working with them and I’m so thankful for them. As no amount of money will ever change what happened they made sure we were forever taken care of.”
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“First, I want to tell you I hired another firm for my case before Marion, I did not choose carefully the first time is all I will say. Secondly, I would like to say that I do not give the highest rating to many people or companies without earning it. I can say Marion earned it!! She and everyone I came into contact with in her firm handled my case with the utmost professionalism, as well as true empathy for my situation, while not missing a detail about the facts of the case."
Trucking Accident Client
“I got into a serious wreck with a tractor-trailer two years ago, one that took me out of commission for months. The trucking company was fighting my case, saying I was the one who caused the accident. Luckily, I had Dan Munley at my side. He got me the money to help pay the medical bills and much more. He really pulled through for me and my family and I am eternally grateful to him.”
Trucking Accident Client
“Bob Munley helped me at the worst time of my life. After my crash, I thought I would never recover. But Bob Munley was with me every step of the way. Not only did he get me what I needed, but he made sure I understood what was happening with my case.”
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Truck Accident Questions and Answers
Q: What Can I Do to Protect My Rights After a Truck Accident?A: 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. The best way to protect your rights after a truck accident is to make sure you don't speak with the insurance company until you first speak with an experienced truck accident lawyer at Munley Law who will defend your rights and ensure that you are fairly compensated.
Q: What Should I Do At the Scene of a Truck Accident?A: While you are at the scene of the wreck, be sure to:
- Remain calm and remain in your vehicle, if it is safe to do so
- Turn on your hazard lights
- Call 911, even if your injuries seem minor
- Seek medical attention for yourself and your passengers
- Never leave the scene of the accident
- Get the names, addresses and phone numbers of all parties involved, and any witnesses
- Write down the names and badge numbers of any police officers at the scene
- Take photographs of your vehicle, the truck, and any injuries
- Do not admit fault
- Do not discuss the wreck with anyone except the police or your own insurance agent; you are not required to give a statement to the other driver's insurance company.
Q: What Should I Do If Someone From the Trucking Company Calls Me?A: Do not agree to make a recorded statement to the truck company or their insurance carrier. Do not sign any forms sent to you by the trucking company and their insurance carrier. Call Munley Law for a free consultation, and we will look at any paperwork they send to you.
Q: What Should I Do In the Days Following a Truck Accident?A: In the days after a truck accident:
- Get a copy of the police report for your crash
- Get a valuation of the property damage from your insurance company
- Keep track of all doctor's visits and treatment you receive, and keep a journal of any symptoms or pain you experience. Get copies of all test results, medication prescriptions, treatments, and any other relevant medical information
- Keep a detailed list of any out-of-pocket expenses you incur
- Record days of missed work or other activities/events
- Never accept a settlement offer from an insurance carrier unless you have consulted with a truck collision lawyer
Q: Who Can be Sued In a Truck Accident Case?A: 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.
Q: How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit After a Truck Wreck?A: In most states, 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.
Q: How Can I Avoid Getting Into a Serious Truck Accident?A: With truck traffic increasing as more people turn to online shopping to have their goods delivered, you need to be wary when driving. There are some things you can do to avoid a truck accident from occurring, such as:
- Stay alert whenever you're near a big rig. They may not see your car and could swerve into your lane unexpectedly.
- Don't drive beside the truck for an extended period of time. Try to either pass or get behind them.
- Do not stop suddenly or try to change lanes directly in front of a commercial truck. It takes longer for the truck to stop as compared to a car.
- Stay out of the trucker's blind spots.
- Stay a consistent speed if you are in front of or behind a truck.
- If a truck is driving recklessly on the road, keep your distance and report them to law enforcement right away.
Q: How Long Does It Take to Settle a Truck Accident Claim?A: It's hard to give an exact timeframe without knowing the details of your truck accident. Each accident case is different -- in some cases, the claim can be settled within a few months and in others, it can take a few years before it reaches a conclusion. But no matter how long it takes for your claim to be settled, know that our truck accident lawyer will be in constant communication with you every step of the process. If you have any questions, we're here to help.
What Are the Common Causes of Tractor Trailer Accidents?
The causes of accidents with comercial trucks vary. But when a large vehicle collides with a car, another truck, motorcycle, or pedestrian, it almost always results in serious injury or death. When it is out of control, the sheer size and weight of a large truck makes it a deadly weapon.
Unfortunately, commercial trucks are often involved in deadly accidents because of the driver’s negligence or recklessness. Special licenses are required to drive commercial motor vehicles. Federal and state laws regulate how commercial trucks are operated. But accident investigations show that training and regulations are too often ignored.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident involving a tractor trailer, you may have a right to recover funds for your medical expenses and other losses. The team of lawyers at Munley Law has helped tuck accident victims throughout the Northeast get the compensation they deserve and in due time. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Reasons Why Tractor Trailers Cause Truck Accidents
There are many reasons why large trucks cause truck accidents. Often the reason is negligence or recklessness on the part of the truck driver or trucking company, such as:
- Aggressive driving
- Distracted driving (i.e. cell phone use)
- Impaired driving (i.e., alcohol and drug abuse)
- Failure to inspect tires and brakes
- Poor weather conditions
- Unsecured cargo or overloaded trucks
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration defines a large truck as a truck with a gross vehicle weight rating of greater than 10,000 pounds. The most recent statistics show that 333,000 large truck wrecks occurred in the U.S. in a one-year span. These accidents killed 3,921 people and injured another 104,000.
Driver Fatigue and How It Contributes to Semi Truck Accidents
According to the FMCSA, drivers are required to follow a set of regulations known as Hours of Service (HOS). These regulations define how long a truck driver is allowed to be on duty during driving time. It also specifies the number and length of rest periods.
However, it is common practice for drivers to lie about how long they stay on the road. In many instances, truck drivers are forced by the trucking company to stay on the road for as long as they can to hit a deadline. This can result in sleep deprivation, leading to driver fatigue.
Driver fatigue can be deadly to everyone on the roadway. In a report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, of the approximately 4,000 fatalities that occur each year, approximately 10 to 20 percent of these truck accidents could have been a result of trucker fatigue.
If you believe driver fatigue may have caused your accident, the truck accident attorneys at Munley Law can help. Contact us today for a free consultation.
How is Compensation Determined Following a Truck Accident?
Truck accidents can cause a variety of serious injuries or death. Those who are injured face a long, painful, and expensive recovery. Some financial losses a victim can experience include:
- Loss of wages
- Diminished earning capacity
- Extensive medical bills and therapy
- Possible funeral costs
When determining compensation, these along with other factors are taken into account. You can then be rewarded with two types of damages — economic and non-economic.
Economic damages will cover any financial costs that accrued after the accident. This includes, but is not limited to, current and future medical expenses, lost wages, loss of earning capacity, and funeral costs.
Non-economic damages are meant to compensate you and your family who are struggling after the accident, such as any pain or suffering you’re experiencing, mental anguish, and loss of consortium.
In rare cases, punitive damages may be awarded if the defendant’s actions were fraudulent, reckless, or malicious. These types of damages are meant to punish the defendant to prevent this behavior from happening again.
Insurance rarely covers all of the losses and expenses that result from a tractor-trailer wreck. Trucking, hauling, and leasing companies often seek to minimize payments by disputing victims’ insurance claims. Trucking firms and insurance companies often use tactics that can add to the trauma and expense of being in a commercial motor vehicle crash.
When negotiations fail to achieve adequate funds for victims, the pursuit of a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit is the proper course of action. Our truck accident attorneys have won millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts, including many multimillion-dollar awards.
Who Can Be Held Liable in a Truck Accident?
Large truck crashes are unique from other vehicle accidents; due to their size, injuries can be catastrophic. They are also more complicated because there are multiple parties who could be liable for your injuries. It’s not just the truck driver who could be at-fault. To navigate truck crash liability – from large companies to third party brokers and manufacturers – you’ll want experienced semi truck accident lawyers by your side.
Identifying Parties Responsible in Truck Accidents
When deciding who to hold responsible for your truck crash, you and your lawyer will want to look at a variety of different parties and people.
Truck Driver: This one is obvious, since your truck driver may have most directly been at fault for causing the truck crash on the road.
Trucking Company: If the driver of the vehicle was employed by a trucking company, they could be held liable. They are responsible for keeping track of drivers’ information, including background checks, limiting scheduling for rest periods, and more.
Third-party brokers: Many commercial transportation companies hire a third-party broker to connect them to drivers and trucks to transport their cargo. This means, if you have been in a truck crash with a vehicle hired by one of these brokers, your lawyer will want to know if they did their due diligence in hiring, as well as investigating how much control they had over the driver’s schedule and more.
Truck Manufacturers: If the truck crash was caused by a mechanical failure or some other issue with a part in the truck, you could also widen liability to the truck manufacturer. Beyond that, if the employer or independent truck driver did not routinely get the truck inspected and repaired, they could be held liable for a faulty part as well.
Large truck accidents can be complicated, and if one or more of the above parties can be held liable, you’ll want to know. Truck drivers, their employers, and even brokers, all carry their own insurance policies. This means you could be owed compensation from more than one source. The best way to ensure your maximizing compensation for your truck crash injuries is by hiring a truck accident lawyer at Munley Law.
Truck Crashes Due to Unlawful Hiring Practices
In order to avoid truck crashes, federal and state governments have put in place a host of laws that apply to how trucks are maintained, how truck drivers are hired, and more. If a trucking company or broker tries to cut corners and not do their due diligence, it can result in an accident on the road.
It’s important to hire personal injury lawyers who have the right experts and know the right questions to ask to discover if your truck crash was due to negligent hiring practices or maintenance routines.
They will look for things like:
- Defective or uneven tire tread
- Broken brakes, axles, and more
- Incomplete maintenance logs
- Training and employment history of the truck driver at fault
- Criminal record/background of truck driver
Nationwide Truck Crash Statistics
If you are driving in a passenger vehicle, large truck crashes can be catastrophic. Large trucks weigh up to 30 times as much as a regular car, and their ability to brake and maintain other safety controls over their truck are limited. Here are some stats from 2020, according to the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety.
- In 2020, 4,014 people died in large truck crashes; only 15 percent were truck occupants, while the other 68 percent were in passenger vehicles. The remaining 16 percent are pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists.
- In a truck crash, people in passenger vehicles are more likely to experience fatal injuries than those in the truck. In 2020, 97 percent of vehicle occupants killed in two-vehicle crashes involving a large truck and a passenger vehicle were occupants in the passenger vehicle.
- Ten percent of all motor vehicle crash deaths in 2020 occurred in large truck crashes.
- Where do truck crashes occur? 47% on major roads, 36% on interstates and freeways, and 15% on smaller roads.
- 27% of fatal work zone crashes involved a large truck. (FMCSA)
How is Negligence Established Following a Truck Accident?
In order to prove negligence in a truck accident case, you will need evidence that shows the truck driver and other parties at fault were responsible for the accident. By using this evidence, our truck accident lawyer will show that the truck driver and other parties had breached the duty of care, leading to the accident and the injuries it had caused.
Common examples of breaching the duty of care include:
- Not properly maintaining the logbook that details how many hours are driven
- Not documenting hours of service and rest breaks taken
- Improper truck loading such as overloading the trailer
- Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Driving for longer than 10 hours without resting
This can be difficult if you don’t have the right attorneys by your side. Only an experienced truck accident lawyer knows what to look for when determining fault in a truck accident.
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You Need a Truck Injury Lawyer Who Knows How to Recover and Examine the Truck’s Black Box
What is the truck’s black box and what does it track?
The “black box” contains all kinds of information about the truck at the time of the crash, from the truck’s speed to the tire pressure to whether the brakes were applied. This kind of information about the driver’s actions and the condition of the truck at the time of the crash will be crucial to your case. All trucks are different and not all lawyers know how to obtain this data on every truck – Munley Law’s trucking accident lawyers do.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) requires that all commercial trucks record and report certain information. A “black box” is a blanket term that encompasses the kinds of devices that record that information, namely Electronic Control Modules (ECM), Event Data Recorders (EDR), and Electronic Logging Devices (ELD). These devices preserve technical vehicle data and occupant information about both a truck and its operator’s behavior. When a trucking accident occurs and a victim suffers property damage, physical injury, or death, black boxes can provide crucial information about how and why the catastrophic collision occurred.
Electronic Control Modules
All modern semi trucks contain ECMs, which track, control, and monitor the basic operations that allow a truck to safely transport cargo. ECMs record information about fuel efficiency, airbag systems, engine performance, and mechanical problems. EMCs also conduct diagnostic tests and notify truck drivers of any issues by illuminating various dashboard warning lights.
Electronic Logging Devices
To combat the dangers of fatigued driving, ELDs enable commercial truck drivers to easily track their Hours of Service (HOS) in order to ensure they are in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) driving limits. All ELDs are required to display a trucker’s daily number of driving hours. They must also record and distinguish between the times when a truck is parked, idling, or in motion by automatically syncing with the truck’s engine. Finally, ELDs require that before truckers begin a driving segment, they must indicate whether their status is “on-duty,” “on-duty not driving,” or “off-duty.”
Event Data Recorders
EDRs have the added capacity to record certain information in the event that the truck crashes or has a different type of accident. An EDR’s recording function is triggered by a rapid and unnatural change in a truck’s velocity–such as when a tractor-trailer operator breaks suddenly or collides with an object that causes the truck’s airbag to deploy. EDRs preserve information about the truck and truck driver in the seconds before, during, and after the collision. Essentially, they capture the following:
- The truck’s speed prior to and upon impact
- The vehicle’s precise GPS location
- Whether the truck’s operator was wearing a seat belt
- The steering angle
- Whether, when, and with what force the trucker used the vehicle’s breaks
- The truck’s engine RPM
- How frequently the truck was operating above the speed limit
- Whether the airbag deployed
- Whether the truck operator was using the cruise control setting
- The percent throttle
- The daily and monthly trucking activity
- The tire pressure
- If the trucker contacted or communicated with the truck company
Why Commercial Truck Black Boxes Are Crucial for Tractor Trailer Accident Victims
Because black boxes provide objective information about how and why a collision occurred that cannot otherwise be obtained, they are vital tools for victims of trucking accidents. Black boxes can help to illustrate the events leading up to and following a catastrophic tractor-trailer accident. The recordings often prove crucial to a personal injury plaintiff’s ability to prove that a trucker was exhausted, overworked, or otherwise negligent.
While undoubtedly valuable, black box data can also be difficult to obtain. Trucking companies do not automatically provide accident victims with black box information. In fact, they may seek to destroy it or they may simply do nothing to preserve it, and most devices automatically delete data after thirty days.
For these reasons, it is imperative that you contact an experienced trucking accident attorney as soon as possible if you or a loved one suffered a tractor-trailer accident. That attorney can preserve and obtain the relevant data by drafting a valid “spoliation” letter to the trucking company that demands that the contents of the trucker’s black box be saved and sent to you.
Your truck accident lawyer must not only know how to get the black box information; they must also know how to use it to help you win your case. This requires an understanding of very technical data about the truck mechanics and standards, as well as the regulations on the trucking industry. It may also include hiring one or more experts to consult with or testify in court about topics like trucker fatigue, FMCSA compliance, braking systems in tractor trailers, the physics of semi-truck collisions, or the functioning of black boxes themselves.
For decades, our truck accident law firm has successfully elicited, interpreted, and utilized data from ECMs, EDRs, and ECLs in order to win big for our clients. With this technical knowledge and skill, we recently obtained a $26 million settlement for your personal injury case. If you or a loved one is suffering from a catastrophic collision, we want to help you to do the same. Don’t wait any longer — call Munley Law today to schedule your free consultation.
Contact Our Tractor Trailer Accident Lawyer Today
When choosing a truck accident attorney, go with one with the most experience, the most resources, and the most success. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident involving a semi truck, you may have a right to recover money for your medical costs and other losses. The truck accident lawyers of Munley Law represent tractor trailer accident victims throughout the country.
Contact us now, we’ll discuss your legal options for obtaining money for the losses you have suffered in a trucking accident.
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