Commercial Truck Accident Lawyers
Accidents involving large commercial trucks can involve large amounts of damages and multiple parties. Litigating these cases can be complex.
When a truck accident injury victim wants to file a claim, they need to be sure they are working with the right insurance company. They also want to have all of their damages thoroughly documented and backed by evidence.
If the insurer starts to ask leading questions, disputes their losses, or wants to question their policyholder’s liability, then the truck accident victim may need an experienced attorney to help them seek the full amount of compensation they need to resume a normal life.
Auger & Auger Accident and Injury Lawyers feel for truck accident victims and their families. Our experienced truck accident lawyers have fought for over 26 years for victims’ rights to seek compensation. We routinely stand up to big corporate interests to fight for the maximum amount of compensation available. We aren’t afraid of trucking companies, their insurers, or the teams of lawyers they hire.
To ensure that you get the right information and resources for your own specific truck accident injury case, you can use any of the pages listed below. They provide links to specific categories of trucks or accident types. Other pages offer information that may be relevant to your accident, such as the type of accident you were involved in.
Peruse the information for your own purposes, and then reach out to an experienced truck accident lawyer team to talk more about your legal options. You can schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced truck accident attorney at Auger & Auger Accident and Injury Lawyers when you call 855-971-0559 or contact us online.
Types of Large Trucks
- 18 Wheeler
- Big Rig
- Bus Crashes
- Cargo Trucks
- Concrete Trucks
- Construction Vehicle
- Coal Truck
- Delivery Van
- Dump Trucks
- Fuel Trucks
- Garbage Trucks
- Logging Truck
- Moving Van
- Semi Truck
- Tow Truck
- Tractor Trailer
Truck Crash Accident Scenarios
- Intersection crash
- Carriage underride
- Hit and Run
- Jackknifed Semi
- Rear-end collision
Important Truck Collision Accident Resources
- What to Do After a Truck Accident: Your Best Next Steps
- The Most Common Truck Accident Injuries
- How to Prevent Truck Accidents
- Key Truck Accident Statistics
- The Legal Steps of a Truck Accident Claim
- Winning Compensation in Truck Cases
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Truck Accidents
- What Is a Commercial Drivers License (CDL)?
- What Is Engine Braking (Jake Brake)?
- What Is a Subpoena?
- What Is a Reefer Trailer?
- What Is a Cab, in Trucking?
- What Are Bobtail Trucks?
- What Is a Deadhead Truck?
- What does GVWR Mean?
Talk to an Experienced Truck Accident Attorney After Your Accident
Dealing with the consequences of your truck accident can be overwhelming, but you deserve a chance at obtaining compensation. Hiring an attorney allows you to identify all potentially at-fault parties and assess the total amount of your truck accident losses.
You can learn more about your legal options for filing a truck accident claim and get answers to your specific questions during a free, no-obligation case review with one of our experienced truck accident lawyers.
Call 855-971-0559 or contact us online to schedule your free case review now.