When a large semi-truck collides with another vehicle, it is the driver and passengers in the smaller vehicle who are most likely to be seriously injured or killed. Due to the size and weight of big-rigs, the force of the impact often leads to disaster.
If you or your loved one was involved in an accident with a tractor-trailer, it can be hard to know where to turn. What are your rights and how can you seek justice? At Cannon & Dunphy S.C., our Wisconsin personal injury attorneys have helped hundreds of people navigate the aftermath of tractor trailer accidents. We are recognized as one of the most effective personal injury law firms in Wisconsin and have recovered over $1 billion in damages over our years in practice. Contact us for immediate assistance.
Because of the incredible size and weight of tractor trailers, an accident frequently leads to serious or fatal injuries. There are many types of accidents which can happen with semi-trucks. Here are a few.
Drivers share the road with commercial trucks every day. Truck drivers work long hours away from home. While drivers have strict federal regulations regarding hours of service and rest, these laws are often violated, with tragic consequences.
If you or your loved one has been injured in a truck accident in Kenosha, Wisconsin, knowing where to turn for help can be difficult. We invite you to meet with us at Cannon & Dunphy S.C., where we offer more than 30 years of experience handling truck accidents. Our Kenosha personal injury attorneys are highly experienced with complex Wisconsin truck accidents and can provide legal assistance to fight for the compensation you deserve.
At Cannon & Dunphy S.C., our Wisconsin truck accident lawyers work to recover the maximum possible compensation for truck accident victims. With a record of success and for having recovered over $1 billion in damages, you can trust us to protect your rights and interests. Call (855) 627-2147 today to schedule a free consultation and find out how our Wisconsin personal injury attorneys can help.
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