Protecting Your Rights
When a trucking accident occurs, the job of the trucking company and its insurance company is to limit their liability. They are not concerned with providing fair compensation for your injuries or your family member’s death. The experienced lawyers at Young Firm, PC will protect your right to a fair settlement or trial verdict for your injuries and related damages.
CAUSES OF TRUCKING COLLISIONS
There Are A Number Of Issues That Can Lead To A Catastrophic Truck Collision:
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The Following Is A List Of Results From Truck Accident Cases Handled By Lawyers In Our Firm:
- Confidential: A multi-truck collision occurred after one truck pulled onto the highway at a slow rate of speed in the fog while a second driver talked on his cell phone. A catastrophic collision occurred resulting in one death and permanent debilitating injuries to the passenger car driver.
- Confidential: This truck collision occurred on Thanksgiving Day morning and took the life of a husband and wife who were the parents of two fine young men. The trucker was driving too fast for the conditions, lost control, and veered into our clients’ lane. A catastrophic collision occurred.
- $1,700,000.00: A drunk driver killed a husband and a father of three minor children. A lawyer with Young Firm, PC helped secure the family’s financial future. The district attorney prosecuted the driver who pled guilty to criminally negligent homicide and was sentenced to prison. $566,817 in fees and expenses; $1.15 million to clients.
- $1,800,000.00: A truck driver changed lanes into our client and ran her into the opposite lane of traffic resulting in a head-on collision. The client died leaving a husband and three minor children. $420,983 in fees and expenses; $1.399 million to clients.
- Confidential: A trainee driver with his supervisor asleep in the sleeper ran into the back of a grain truck killing a husband and a father of two children.
- $1,000,000.00: This was a rear-end truck collision that caused the death of a retired cattleman leaving a widow and no children. $399,516 in attorney’s fees and expenses; $608,000 to the client.
- $1,100,000.00: This was an intersectional collision on difficult liability facts. The client sustained a traumatic brain injury. The case settled during the second day of trial. $384,350 in fees and expenses; $715,650 to client.