Wisconsin Personal Injury Attorneys for Truck Accident Victims
Wisconsin roadways are becoming more congested due to an increase in population and commerce. In addition to a rise in the number of passenger vehicles, more semi trucks and other commercial delivery automobiles are joining the daily commute. Unfortunately, with this increase in 18-wheeler trucks comes an increase in the number of trucking accidents.
At Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd., we understand the physical, emotional and financial toll that trucking accidents have on victims and their families. We are committed to obtaining maximum financial compensation. Contact us to discuss your situation during a free initial consultation.
Protecting Victims' Rights
Building a strong truck accident case can prove to be a challenging task due to the complex nature of state and federal regulations. At Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd., our personal injury lawyers work with top industry experts to conduct thorough investigations, gather evidence and prepare solid cases.
We take great care to probe important factors, including:
- Driver fatigue
- Driver distraction
- Improper truck maintenance
- Defective equipment
- Truck overloading
Through meticulous examination of maintenance and driver logs, and painstaking evaluation of factors such as weight, speed and load distribution, our personal injury team can often determine if the driver and trucking company were operating in compliance with applicable regulations. Furthermore, our attorneys will help identify all parties that may be held liable for your injuries, including any third parties.
Contact Us for a Free Initial Consultation
If you have suffered a serious injury due to truck driver negligence or if you lost a love one in a fatal truck accident, contact Herrling Clark Law Firm, Ltd. at 800-559-7366 toll-free. We know how to build and present a compelling case and we are ready to protect your rights. With offices in Appleton, Green Bay, and New London, we serve the legal needs of clients throughout the Fox Valley.