Victims Of Trucking Accidents May Be Entitled To Compensation

If you have lived in West Virginia for any amount of time, you have more than likely seen numerous coal trucks on highways and roads across the state. Large and dangerous, these trucks — and others like them — can cause inconceivable devastation in collisions with automobiles that regularly travel our roads.

At Duffield, Lovejoy, Stemple & Boggs, Attorneys at Law, we represent individuals who have been injured in accidents involving coal trucks, big rigs, semis and 18-wheelers. As lifelong residents of West Virginia, we know that the roads and interstates here are heavily trafficked by commercial vehicles, and we will work hard to protect your rights should you ever suffer a serious injury after being in an accident with one of these large trucks. Let us help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

When bad things happen to good people, we're here to help. Contact us today and schedule a FREE legal consultation. You can reach us online or by calling our Huntington office at 304-521-4572, or toll free at 877-262-3376. We help truck accident victims throughout West Virginia, eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio.

The Best Way To Help Your Claim Is To Contact Us As Soon As Possible

If you have been seriously injured in a large truck accident — or any automobile accident, for that matter — the most important thing you can do is act quickly. When you hire us, we take immediate action to examine the scene of the accident, interview witnesses and preserve any evidence for trial. We will also request to see logbooks, which truck drivers are required to keep for a limited period of time. If you wait too long to contact us, this critical evidence may no longer be available.

With more than 70 years of combined legal experience in personal injury cases, we can help you following a wide range of trucking accidents, including those attributable to such negligent acts as:

  • Driver fatigue, including violations of federal regulations that govern how long a trucker can remain behind the wheel
  • Driving while intoxicated or impaired by drugs
  • Loading violations or general disregard of complex federal regulations

It is important to understand that in motor vehicle accidents involving large commercial trucks, different rules apply. For example, in addition to the driver, other parties can be liable for your injury, including the government agencies that maintain the roads and the corporation for which the trucker was hauling goods, among others.

Often, corporate defendants will spend significant money to hire batteries of lawyers to minimize your claim. Rest assured, however, we will leave no stone unturned when investigating and litigating your large truck accident claim.

No Recovery, No Fee — So You Have Nothing To Lose

At Duffield, Lovejoy, Stemple & Boggs, we handle large truck accident claims on a contingency basis, meaning if we are unable to secure damages for your injuries, we will not charge you any attorney fees.

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