Truck accidents often have catastrophic and deadly outcomes. In fact, at least 1 in every 10 fatal traffic accidents involves a commercial truck.1 Even if truck accidents are not deadly, however, they can still wreak havoc on victims, possibly leaving them with permanent injuries that may impact their quality of life (and maybe their ability to live independently) for their rest of their lives.
At the Law Office of Richard Langerman, we are here to support and help truck accident victims – including survivors of truck crashes and families who have lost loved ones to fatal truck wrecks. Bringing nearly three decades of experience to every case, our Phoenix auto accident lawyer, Richard Langerman, has the skills and knowledge you can count on for effective help recovering from a truck accident.
Contact us today to discover more about your recovery options and how Phoenix Auto Accident Lawyer Richard Langerman can help you.
Truck accidents can result from multiple factors, with some wrecks involving a combination of contributing elements. In general, some of the most common causes of truck accidents include:
Following a truck accident, knowing what steps to take can be pivotal to protecting yourself and positioning a future truck accident claim/case for success.
Some of the most important things to do after a truck crash are as follows:
Following a truck accident, an attorney may be able to help you in a number of ways, including by (but not necessarily limited to):
If you or a loved one has been hurt in a trucking wreck – or if you have lost a loved one to a deadly truck crash, contact Phoenix Auto Accident Lawyer Richard Langerman for effective help seeking compensation and justice.
You can contact us by calling (602) 240-5525 or by sending us an email via the contact form on this page. When you reach out to us, you can receive free, uncomplicated advice regarding your rights and your potential case.
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1: According to truck accident data published by the Federal Highway Administration