Accidents involving 18-wheelers or tractor trailers can result in extremely serious injuries and even death in many cases. The sheer weight and size of tractor trailers make these accidents much more destructive than a collision involving smaller automobiles may be. The destruction is often exacerbated by the heavy freight that these massive machines often carry.
Injuries sustained in a tractor trailer accident can leave the victim permanently disabled, persistently in pain or both. Seeking justice for injuries sustained in an 18-wheeler accident is the only way to hold the trucking company or the truck driver accountable. The pursuit of justice in a truck accident lawsuit also helps to ensure that truck drivers abide by safety regulations.
Loved ones suffer as well. Losing a family member to a trucking accident is devastating. The loss of a loved one resulting from a truck driver's negligence is something that no one should have to endure. Although the tragic events that took the life of a loved one cannot be undone, seeking justice through a wrongful death lawsuit may hold accountable those who are responsible for that loss.
The circumstances presented in the aftermath of an 18-wheeler accident are unique and should be handled by experienced trucking accident attorneys who have a proven track record and who can offer a truck accident victim the representation that he or she deserves. The trucking accident lawyers at Reich & Binstock have been protecting the rights of personal injury victims since 1984, and they have the experience and know-how to get the job done right.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of an accident involving a tractor trailer, 18-wheeler or another industrial vehicle, damages may be recoverable. For a free consultation to determine whether you are entitled to compensation, and thus the peace of mind and financial relief from the costs of medical treatment, contact one of the trucking accident attorneys at Reich & Binstock. Either use the contact form on this page or call Reich & Binstock toll-free at 1-866-LAW-2400.