INJURED IN A TRUCK ACCIDENT? LET US FIGHT FOR YOU.
If you have suffered injuries in a truck accident, you need to know that the trucking company and its insurer will do what is in their power to minimize or even deny your compensation. Don't let that happen to you. Put an aggressive truck accident lawyer on your side and get the compensation you need and deserve.
With offices in Houston and Conroe, The Bryant Law Firm has a record of success in representing people who have suffered injuries in commercial vehicle accidents involving anything from 18-wheelers and tractor-trailers to smaller box trucks. We know how to investigate these cases so that our clients receive the maximum available compensation for injuries.
The Impact Goes Beyond The Collision
Aside from vehicle damage, a collision with a semi truck can cause serious injuries that affect your life for years to come. You may be burdened with heavy medical bills, lost income and earning capacity, ongoing physical therapy, and temporary or permanent disability — not to mention how the crash affects your family.
It is important to understand that the insurance company's initial offer is not likely to cover all of the damages caused by the accident. Our founding attorney David A. Bryant Jr. has the experience, skill and professional resources to challenge the insurance company and help you get full and fair compensation for current and future damages. David A. Bryant Jr. is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Because of regulatory and insurance matters, truck accidents are more complex than crashes that involve only smaller passenger vehicles. Federal and state regulations hold the trucking industry to a higher standard of safety, and there may be multiple parties who are liable for a trucking accident. Those parties may include the truck driver, the trucking company, the truck manufacturer and the party responsible for loading the truck.
Drawing on 28 years of experience, our law firm has the knowledge and resources to investigate and identify trucking violations of all kinds. Depending on the facts of the case, matters to investigate may include:
- Hours-of-service violations and truck driver fatigue
- Improper loading of cargo
- Substandard truck or trailer maintenance
- Defective truck parts
- Distracted driving or impaired driving
- Speeding, unlawful lane changes and other violations