Truck Accident Attorney in Mason City
Injury Representation for Iowa - Call (641) 812-2041
Any collision that involves a motor vehicle can be devastating, but when
a crash involves a massive 18-wheeler or big rig, the potential for tragedy
increases. More tragic still, these catastrophic accidents are the result
of someone else's negligence, a preventable accident caused by a careless
party that inflicts pain and suffering on innocent victims. If you or
someone you love has been in a trucking accident, you could be owed compensation.
Find out more about your legal rights and how you can pursue fair results
when you speak with our experienced legal advocate.
Why Choose Our Truck Accident Lawyer?
- Millions of dollars secured in client recovery
- Trial-tested experience for 40+ years
- Dedicated, knowledgeable, affordable advocacy
- No legal fees unless we win compensation for you
As evident as it might be that someone else caused your accident and they
owe you compensation, it can take the skill of a legal professional to
write up a successful personal injury or wrongful death claim. If you
need to assert your rights in a trial, you definitely need an experienced
litigator at your side. The insurance companies you would be going up
against have a team of proficient attorneys who are protecting the company's
bottom line. You deserve to have a proven advocate in your corner.
Who Can Be at Fault for a Trucking Accident?
As your stack of medical bills grows higher and you miss more and more
time at work, it can be obvious that you deserve compensation for your
truck accident injuries. But whom can you go after for these damages?
It will depend on who is liable (responsible) for the crash, and this
could be more than one person, as the liable party may not have even been
on the road.
The liable or at-fault parties for a truck accident could include the:
- Truck driver
- Truck owner / company
- Vehicle or vehicle part manufacturer
- Loader or shipper
Negligence on the part of the trucker could be anything from making a reckless
maneuver to driving fatigued, from getting distracted by cell phone use
to failing to inspect the truck before setting out. A truck owner could
also have failed to perform an inspection or otherwise violated trucking
regulations. A manufacturer might have designed a dangerous vehicle or
crafted faulty part, such as tires that blew out or brakes that failed.
If a shipment was not loaded correctly, the shifting weight could be responsible
for an accident. Speak with a knowledgeable Iowa personal injury attorney
to see who could be liable for your trucking accident.
Get Results with McGuire Law, PLC
Our Mason City truck accident lawyer has over 40 years of legal experience
with which to help you, and as we charge a contingency fee, we won't
charge a cent until we resolve your case. Our attorney's skill and
dedication has yielded millions of dollars in compensation for clients.