Were You Hurt In An Oklahoma City Truck Accident?
Our attorneys can stand up to the trucking company, demand compensation for you
Truck traffic is a fact of life in Oklahoma City. It's the largest city in Oklahoma and located right on the I-35 corridor, carrying huge amounts of traffic into neighboring Texas and on to Mexico. Most drivers in our area don't think twice about sharing the road with big-rig trucks - but that changes in a hurry when they're involved in an accident.
Because of the sheer size of tractor-trailers and other commercial trucks, crashes involving those vehicles can cause devastating injuries. The Oklahoma City truck accident lawyers at Lawter & Associates, PLLC can help every step of the way.
Tractor-trailer accidents lead to difficult legal cases
Accidents involving commercial trucks can lead to complex legal battles for Oklahoma City residents. There are often multiple insurance companies involved and determining liability can be a complicated process, especially if the driver is not a direct employee of the trucking company. These companies are often located out of state, which means tracking them down can be a challenge. Moreover, because truck accidents are high-stakes cases, they often end up going to trial.
You need a law firm with extensive experience and attorneys who aren't afraid to stand up to the trucking companies. With over four decades experience practicing law in Oklahoma City, we know the courts - and we know how to win. Our law firm will thoroughly investigate your claim, represent you in negotiations and, if necessary, take your case to trial.
Why semi-truck accident claims can be confusing
Accidents involving semi-trucks in Oklahoma City often occur on major highways like I-40, I-44 and I-35. They can also happen anywhere in the city, from South Shields Boulevard to NE 4th Street and anywhere in between. No matter where your accident occurs, you will likely have to deal with a wide range of complex legal issues. These include:
- A truck driver denies doing anything to cause your collision.
- A trucking company refuses to share information about:
- The truck driver’s driving history
- The truck driver’s Hours of Service (HOS) logs
- The truck’s maintenance history
- The trucking company’s hiring history
- The truck’s inspection records
- A trucking company’s insurance company pressures you to accept offer.
- A trucking company’s insurance company refuses to return your calls.
Depending on the circumstances of your crash, you could be dealing with the truck driver and several different companies. These include:
- The driver’s trucking company
- The company that owns the trailer
- The company that owns the cab
- The company that loaded the trailer
- The company that manufactured the items being transported
- Different insurance companies for each business
- Different attorneys for each at-fault party
- Don’t try to deal with all them on your own. We can help every step of the way.
Get our help to rebuild your life
The impact of a truck accident on your life can be massive. Between medical bills, lost wages and other substantial expenses, you may be on the hook for tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars. And even those costs are only part of the story, as you and your family may have to make dozens of painful decisions to move forward after a serious injury or fatality.
While taking legal action can't bring you back to where you were before a truck accident, it can certainly help you move forward and rebuild. We've helped hundreds of Oklahoma City families get the compensation they need in the wake of serious accidents, and we would be honored to meet with you.
Contact us online or call our Oklahoma City office at (405) 525-4131 to schedule a free case consultation. There's no cost and no obligation-we just want to help you understand your legal rights. And if you choose to hire our firm, there will be no fees unless we win your case. It's that simple.
Lawter & Associates, PLLC
3313 N Classen Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Phone: (405) 525-4131