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Comal County Truck Accident Lawyer

San Antonio truck crash injury lawyer

Personal Injury Attorney Serving 18-Wheeler Crash Victims in Guadalupe County and Hays County

Several major interstate highways pass through the state of Texas, and along with them comes a high amount of large commercial truck traffic. This inevitably leads to a higher number of truck accidents, and in fact, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration reports that Texas consistently has a higher number of fatal truck crashes per year than any other state in the U.S.

Residents of Comal, Guadalupe, and Hays Counties can be particularly susceptible to truck accidents because of their location along some of the most dangerous highways in Texas, including I-35 and I-10. Even when truck wrecks do not result in fatalities, they often still cause severe injuries, especially when a large truck collides with a smaller passenger vehicle. Furthermore, personal injury cases involving trucks tend to be complicated due to the possibility of multiple at-fault parties and trucking companies with large legal and insurance teams.

With all of this in mind, if you have been injured in a truck wreck in which another party was negligent, it is crucial that you have an experienced truck accident law firm on your side. Our New Braunfels Personal Injury Attorney has more than 20 years of experience serving truck crash victims, and we have the knowledge and ability to stand up to the trucking companies and help you get full compensation no matter how serious your injury.

What Constitutes Negligence in a Truck Wreck?

Federal and state regulations require trucking companies and drivers to enact measures ensuring that trucks are safely equipped, maintained, loaded, and operated, and that drivers are in an appropriate physical and mental condition to operate their vehicles. Accidents and injuries caused by a failure to follow these regulations constitute negligence, meaning that victims are entitled to appropriate compensation for damages.

Common examples of negligence in truck accidents include:

In a truck wreck, negligent parties potentially include not only the driver, but also the trucking company, vehicle or parts manufacturers, and cargo loaders. Our experienced truck accident attorney can help you identify all at-fault parties in order to seek the most compensation possible.

Our Guadalupe County Truck Wreck Law Firm Can Help

We want to help you as soon as possible after you have been injured in a truck crash, and we offer free consultations to help you determine the best course of action. In addition to identifying all responsible parties, we will gather evidence about the accident to build a strong case and figure out all compensation for which you may be entitled. Compensation can include economic damages to your vehicle, rental care expenses, medical expenses, living expenses, lost wages, non-economic damages for pain and suffering and mental anguish, and sometimes punitive damages to deter future negligence on the part of the driver or trucking company.

We also handle the difficult process of filing a claim with the trucking company's insurance and dealing with insurance representatives in settlement negotiations. Trucking companies have plenty of experience with personal injury cases and are motivated to minimize payouts, so you need a personal injury law firm that is also well-versed in regulations and legal proceedings and dedicated to achieving a fair result for you. If a settlement is not possible, we continue to fight for you at trial to help you get the compensation you deserve.

Contact Our Hays County Truck Crash Law Firm Today

If you have been injured in a truck accident and want a personal injury attorney who will handle your case with personal care and attention, contact us 24/7 at 830-201-3515 for a free consultation. We serve accident victims throughout Comal, Hays, and Guadalupe County, including in New Braunfels, Seguin, San Marcos, San Antonio, Austin, Staples, and Maxwell.

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