Chicago Trucking Accident Lawyers
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Bad weather, driver fatigue and tractor-trailer defects are all leading causes in truck related accidents. Truck accidents involving personal injury are also investigated for alcohol use, drug use, failure to yield, and inadequate monitoring of the truck operator. If you are the victim of a truck related accident, financial compensation may be available to you.
The attorneys at Friend, Levinson and Turner are experienced in pursuing all possible entities involved in truck accidents. We investigate all related parties that may include: trucking company or carrier, manufacturer of defective trucks or truck parts, and local agencies responsible for road maintenance. Our expertise in the trucking industry means we know what questions to ask and who to ask.
A personal injury caused by a truck accident is a serious matter and we help you hold the correct parties responsible. While you recover from your injury, the personal injury attorneys at Friend, Levinson and Turner Law seek financial compensation for you and your family. We will put our knowledge and years of experience to work for you.
Don’t let your truck accident injury go uncompensated. Get the help you need from Friend Levinson Turner Law. Receive the financial compensation you deserve. Contact William Turner today about your truck accident.
The key to our success is the time we take to get to know our clients as individuals. We establish a personal relationship to understand every detail of their case and the impact it has had on their family.
Contact William Turner via email by clicking HERE or call (312) 346-8465 to speak directly with William Turner.
Mr. William Turner is the recipient of the prestigious 2015 Martindale-Hubbard® Award – recognition achieved by less than 1% of practicing attorneys – for his exceptional service to clients.
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Truck Accident Frequently Asked Questions
A truck driver who swerved and hit may car said it wasn’t his fault; he swerved because his load shifted and caused the suspension to break. Is he right?
Truck accidents are complex. Sometimes the neglect falls on the driver — fatigue, distractions, alcohol, erratic driving; other times neglect falls on others – poorly maintenance, improper loading, overloading, or road conditions. An experienced personal injury attorney will investigate and help you sort through your claim to identify those responsible.
A large semi-trailer truck turned and clipped the front of my car. He said it was my fault for ‘squeezing’ him while he was turning. Is he right?
Professional, licensed truck drivers are responsible for avoiding other vehicles who are within designated lanes.