Trucks roll over because of negligence. We fight back.
Because semi trucks are such large vehicles, they are prone to rollovers. That's why truck drivers need extensive training in order to operate their vehicles safely. Some reasons a truck may roll over include:
- Speeding, often because the driver is under pressure to make deadlines
- Distracted driving, which can cause the driver to be unprepared to negotiate a turn
- Lack of experience handling large vehicles
- Fatigue and falling asleep at the wheel
- Poor maintenance of the wheels and steering system
In other words, when a truck rolls over, it's almost always the trucking company's fault. Yet they will do everything they can to put the blame on you, or to downplay the extent of your injuries. That's why you need an experienced advocate fighting for your rights.
Put our law firm in your corner
Taking on the trucking company after a rollover accident is not an easy task. It takes discipline, experience, and an absolute commitment to fighting for the injured person's interests. We will conduct an independent investigation to find out why the rollover happened and hold the trucking company or any other negligent parties accountable for their actions. And we will be prepared to justify every dime of compensation you need, not with smoke and mirrors, but with hard evidence. That's why we've achieved consistently superior results in injury cases - we understand that to convince an Indiana jury, you need proof.
Put a proven fighter on your side after your rollover truck accident. You can come to our offices in Fort Wayne or South Bend. If you can't make it, we'll come to you. Give us a call at 1-877-962-4373 to schedule your free consultation.