SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COMMERCIAL TRUCK ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS
Semitruck accidents and other commercial truck accidents are frequently catastrophic in nature. These trucks are heavier and larger, and carry more force than a car, van or pickup truck. The people involved in these accidents — as well as their families — can be impacted forever.
At The Law Offices of Olins & Zucconi in San Diego, we comprehend the devastating nature of commercial truck accidents. We thoroughly investigate these accidents to obtain answers, justice and compensation. Contact our Southern California commercial truck accident lawyers to schedule an initial consultation.
California Tractor-Trailer Crash Lawyers
Our firm handles catastrophic injury and wrongful death lawsuits arising from all types of highway accidents and freeway accidents involving commercial vehicles, such as:
- Semitruck crash
- Big-rig accident
- Tractor-trailer crash
- Semi jackknife
- Car-truck crash
- 18-wheeler accident
- Other commercial trucking accidents
We Produce Results Commercial trucking companies recognize the incremental damage these accidents can cause. They have a team of professional investigators at the scene almost immediately to minimize any negative evidence, thus minimizing the value of any liability case against them. Our lawyers have the experience, resources and perseverance to take on the insurance companies. We quickly go to work investigating the matter to uncover negligence and causes of the accident, such as:
- Truck driver fatigue (from driving too many hours)
- Tire blowouts (defective tires)
- Improperly loaded trailer
- Poorly maintained truck maintenance logs
If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident that resulted in a spinal cord injury, head injury or other serious injury, or if a loved one has died in an accident, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side to advocate for your rights. We don't let the insurance company or truck company take advantage of you.
Some of the more common commercial truck vehicles include: moving trucks, Federal Express (FedEx), UPS, Allied Van Lines, DHL, city garbage trucks, city or metro buses, Greyhound buses, tourist buses, shuttle buses, taxis such as Yellow Cab, fire trucks, delivery trucks, tractor-trailers and oil trucks.