Truck Accident Lawyers
18 wheeler and other commercial vehicle drivers are held to higher standards than other motorists due to the fact that they are supposed to be highly trained professionals. If a negligent driver of a commercial vehicle, such as a UPS or FedEx truck, has injured you or a loved one, it is critical to have an experienced Texas trial lawyer handling your personal injury claim.
Injured In A Commercial Trucking Accident or 18-Wheeler Accident?
Jim M. Perdue Jr. and Donald H. Kidd are board certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and are members of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). They are committed to securing full and fair compensation for the victims of commercial truck accidents. Our truck accident lawyers are nationwide industry experts.
When you or someone you love suffers severe personal injury, it can be devastating. Often, the emotional impact can be overwhelming. It is important to take the necessary steps to ensure proper compensation and effective representation immediately after an accident occurs. Above all, securing the representation of a skilled and experienced attorney allows you to focus on your immediate needs. Let us focus on the important task of building a strong case capable of winning compensation and creating accountability.
The insurance company is not on your side. Therefore, before signing anything or making a recorded statement, make sure to contact us online or call 713-520-2500 or toll-free 800-520-1749 for a free consultation with a lawyer from Perdue & Kidd.
Standing Up for 18 Wheeler and Commercial Truck Accident Victims
Perdue & Kidd has successfully resolved many commercial truck wreck claims in favor of injured victims and their families. Our attorneys handle a variety of claims, including claims stemming from:
- Oil tanker accidents
- Freight carriers
- UPS and FedEx truck accidents
- Delivery truck accidents
- Bus accidents
- Shuttle van accidents
- METRO bus accidents
- Tow trucks
Commercial vehicles and drivers are required to comply with a number of regulations set by the federal government, including:
- No texting and driving
- Drivers being properly rested before driving
- Limits on the number of operating hours each day
- Keeping a detailed log book
- Limits on weight
- Maintaining truck safety
- Abstaining from alcohol and drug use
- Compliance with hazardous materials regulations
Hold Them Accountable for Their Negligence
Schedule a free no obligation case review with an attorney by calling 855.772.2109. In addition, you can complete our online contact form and someone from our office will contact you. Also, Stay up to date with the latest news and information from our firm on our Facebook page.
All personal injury cases are on a contingent fee basis. Above all, our priority is getting you the full compensation you deserve.