The sheer size of commercial trucks with dangerous or flammable loads can pose a great risk to truckers and other motorists on the road. To reduce the number of catastrophic and fatal accidents, truck companies and truckers are required to follow state and federal regulations.
If you or your loved one was the victim of an 18-wheeler truck accident, entrust the law firm of
Gill, Ladner, & Priest, PLLC, in Jackson, Mississippi, to help you obtain justice. We will devote the right resources into investigating the causes of trucking accidents.
Our firm’s detailed approach is designed to help us secure maximum compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, property damages and other expenses associated with the truck accident. We also offer a substantial background handling fatal trucking accident claims.
Contact our law firm today to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney.
The personal injury attorneys at our law firm offer more than 40 years of combined experience proving fault in catastrophic and fatal trucking accidents. We know firsthand that critical evidence can quickly disappear from
truck accident scenes.
At the law firm of Gill, Ladner, & Priest, PLLC, we act quickly to preserve evidence and photograph property damage. We also consult accident scene reconstructionists in complex accidents when liability is particularly unclear. We work with them to piece together as much evidence as possible in determining fault.
Part of our approach also includes reviewing police reports, witness statements and truck company’s records, including log books, fuel tickets, dispatch sheets and maintenance reports. Our hands-on approach helps us determine fault, such as:
Our firm’s Jackson speeding semi truck injury attorneys prepare every truck accident case to be successful in trial. If your settlement offer is too low, we will not hesitate to prove fault and then extent of your damages before a jury or judge.
Contact our law firm today to schedule a free initial consultation. We have the skills to determine the causes of truck accidents, even when liability is initially unclear.