A trucking company will often have its own team on the site of an accident within minutes—from the moment they arrive, they are building a case against you.

More often than not, truck accidents result in devastating property damage and catastrophic or fatal injuries. Before establishing his own firm, Attorney Boughter specialized in insurance defense—making his background and knowledge base ideal assets for your case.

The most common types of violations under the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration by trucking companies include:

  • Improper stopping
  • Driver fatigue
  • Logbook violations
  • Dock violations
  • Improperly loaded trailers
  • Weight violations
  • Maintenance violations
  • Timing-out violations

Acting fast to secure experienced South Bend trucking accident attorneys on your side—who will protect you while pursuing the compensation you deserve—will make all the difference. Your case is important – don't settle for less.

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