Those who have been injured in a semi-truck collision know that they can be especially serious and traumatizing. The trucking company, its insurance carriers and their large legal teams will often do everything they can to minimize the serious apearance of your injuries, and in-turn, the compensation you deserve.
In essence, you will likely be victimized a second time by being treated like you did something wrong.
Jim and Trent will take your case as far as necessary to obtain justice, and will never settle your case unless you choose to do so.
18-wheeler collision cases are extremely complex and require the careful examination of evidence not present in other types of wrecks. This includes a truck’s electronic control module (black box), driver’s logbooks, trucking company schedules, maintenance records and any other evidence that may show the true cause of a collision.
Analysis of these components may show that a truck collision was the result of:
In these and all other tractor-trailer wreck cases, Jim and Trent will provide you with the dignity and compassion that you, the victim, deserve. We will fight tooth and nail against the trucking company and their insurance carrier to make sure that you receive the justice and compensation that you deserve, and we always provide you with honest, straightforward advice so that you can make the best decision possible about your case.
“I want to express my thanks to Attorney Mr. James Terry and staff for their representation, guidance and assistance settling my case. The insurance company was difficult, however, Mr. Terry was able to get full policy limits available.” — Diana (client from Austin)
See what else our clients have to say by visiting our Testimonials page.
Don’t be victimized twice – call 512-910-2000 or contact us online to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with Jim or Trent.
Our truck accident representation is not limited to those who have been injured in a truck collision; we also represent those who have tragically lost family members due to the negligent conduct of truck drivers and trucking companies.