Any auto accident scenario has the potential to be catastrophic or even deadly. But when it comes to accidents between large semi-tractor-trailer trucks and smaller passenger vehicles, the likelihood of wreckage and resulting harm increases dramatically.
If you’ve been seriously injured or lost someone you love in a truck accident caused by the negligence of another driver, the attorneys at Ken Fiedler Injury Law have the skill, experience and resources to help you obtain the compensation you need and deserve. We understand the complexity and difficulty of truck accident cases, and we work tirelessly to defend your rights and interests.
There are times when drivers of smaller cars cause truck accidents. Most of the time, however, the truck drivers or trucking companies are to blame. Common causes of accidents include:
When a truck driver causes an accident, several parties may beheld accountable under the law. Other defendants in the lawsuit might include:
When we take your case, we work to identify as many potential defendants as possible to ensure that all liable parties are held accountable.
Truck accident cases involve much more investigation than a typical car accident lawsuit. And because trucking companies are backed by powerful insurers, your attorney needs to be prepared to act quickly and aggressively to preserve evidence and conduct an independent investigation into the crash.
The attorneys at our firm have decades of experience advocating for injured clients just like you. We understand the tactics that insurance companies and trucking companies will try to use to control the narrative and deny responsibility. We do everything in our power under the law to ensure their tactics are unsuccessful and that you receive the compensation you need and deserve.
If you’ve been injured in a Colorado or Illinois truck accident, contact Ken Fiedler Injury Law to discuss your options in a free initial consultation. You can send us an email or call our Denver office at 720-996-0871 and our Chicago office at 312-788-2600.