We rely on semi trucks and tractor trailers to deliver the products and materials we use every day. At the same time, with increases in the overall number of truck drivers on the roads, truck accidents and injuries are more likely to occur. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we know the serious, debilitating, and often life threatening injuries that can result from these crashes. When you suffer injuries, our Will County truck accident attorneys help you get the compensation you need to recover.
According to the Illinois Department of Transportation (DOT), close to 12,000 truck accidents occur in our state each year, injuring over 3,000 people and proving fatal for nearly 100 others. Cars are no match for the massive height and weight of most big rigs, and the motorists often suffer the most severe harm.
At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we provide the aggressive legal representation you need when truck accidents occur. Our Will County truck accident attorneys represent victims who have been injured as the result of truck drivers who engage in the following reckless driving behaviors:
When crashes involving semi trucks and tractor trailers occur, our Will County truck accident attorney can advise you on your rights in filing a claim. In addition to the truck driver, you may also be able to hold the trucking company accountable. The Federal Motor Carrier Administration (FMCSA) claims that policies on the part of trucking companies often make truck accidents more likely to occur. These include:
In the aftermath of a truck accident, it is important to realize that the trucking company has teams of attorneys and insurance representatives on their side. As an experienced Will County truck accident attorney, we have the knowledge and skill to protect your rights when filing a claim. Call or contact Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C. online and request a consultation to see how we can help you today.
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