Catastrophic Personal Injury Firm McCleskey Law Firm Lubbock, Texas

18 Wheeler Truck Wrecks

Truck accidents can be some of the most dangerous accidents imaginable. The sheer size and speed of these vehicles means that 18-wheeler accidents often result in catastrophic injuries and even death for the passengers and drivers of multiple other vehicles on the road. Victims of truck crashes and their families need the services of an experienced 18-wheeler attorney who can work to bring those responsible to justice.

Trucking accidents are often the result of sleep-deprived or otherwise impaired truck drivers who were unable to operate their vehicle safely. In other cases, poor driver training or shoddy vehicle maintenance is to blame.

The truck crash lawyers at McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf understand the complex maze of state and federal laws governing the trucking industry, and know how to build an effective case against those responsible for causing serious injuries and death. Our lawyers have decades of experience trying cases in state and federal courts, as well as in mediation and arbitration.

Our firm’s trucking accident attorneys have a reputation for integrity, a commitment to excellence, and deep roots in our community, going back for generations. Our goal is to help our clients succeed and prosper, long after their legal issues are resolved. By providing a full array of exceptional legal services to the businesses and individuals who make our community strong, we’re helping to ensure that West Texas and New Mexico remain a great place to call home.

Contact us to learn more about our representation of those with who have been seriously injured or killed in an 18-wheeler accident.

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