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Truck Accident Attorneys in Little Rock, AR


Truck accidents are second only to passenger car accidents across the country.  A vehicle accident occurs about every 12 minutes in the U.S.; light trucks, pickup trucks, large trucks and tractor trucks were involved in a good portion of the accidents that caused a total of 2,217,000 injuries in the year 2009.  Another 36,252 persons were killed in or because of vehicle accidents.  The state of Arkansas had its share of vehicle accident fatalities also, at 585 persons.

Little Rock attorney Thomas G. Buchanan understands all aspects of truck accidents and crashes involving other types of vehicles.  Bus, motorcycle, automobile, train and truck accidents are the specialty of his personal injury legal practice.  He and Beth have over 13 years of their practice devoted to helping clients recover from devastating vehicle accidents.  Many commercial truck lines use Arkansas highways each day, and despite strict laws, trucks do become part of the crash statistics of that state.

Even with a focus on trucking road safety, the causes of truck accidents remain quite similar to the causes of any road accident.

  1. Driver distraction or fatigue
  2. Alcohol
  3. Speed
  4. Inexperience
  5. Road conditions or weather
  6. Overloading
  7. Equipment failure

Our accident lawyers in Little Rock, AR at the Law Office of Thomas G. Buchanan, cases are hand-picked to allow all efforts to be client-focused and successful.  Our firm has had an average resolution of cases amounting to over $500,000.  We value each case and maximize opportunity for our clients to receive full and fair compensation for their truck accident injuries, damages and expenses.  Lost wages, bodily injury, property damage and long-term health care can result from even a minor truck accident.

The category of truck accidents includes more than just large trucks and truck tractors.  A majority of truck accidents involved standard pickup trucks, compact utility trucks, compact pickups, minivans and larger utility trucks.  A truck has size and weight greater than most cars; in any collision, the truck is likely to fare better than a passenger car that it collides with in an accident.  Barring a collision, trucks are frequently more subject than are passenger cars to rollover accidents due to weight distribution, load weight shifts, maneuverability and poor road conditions.

Negligent Driving

Many different factors come into play when getting to the source of a trucking accident. Oftentimes you will hear the word “negligence” used to describe the way a particular vehicle driver was acting. Truck drivers owe a duty of care to the other motorists they share the road with. When these drivers breach this duty, thus acting with negligence, then serious catastrophic accidents can take place. Examples of negligent driving that cause Little Rock truck accidents include:

This negligent conduct leads to injuries that are vastly more catastrophic than accidents involving two conventional automobiles. Commercial trucking vehicles can weigh in at as much as 80,000 lbs —- a traditional car or light pickup truck weighs in at a mere fraction of this. Trucks colliding with smaller passenger vehicles often flip them over, drive them off the road, or send them across multiple lanes of traffic into oncoming vehicles. Catastrophic injuries that victims of trucking accidents sustain can, but not limited to, include:

Speak with our elite Little Rock truck accident attorneys today if you or a loved one have been the victim of one of these horrific accidents. The trial attorneys that work these trucking accident cases know that it takes an unrelenting effort to achieve a maximum recovery —- and that’s exactly how we operate for each and every client.

Courageous Litigation for Maximized Recoveries

Over the past decade our top law firm has helped victims and families seek full recoveries in truck accident cases. We regularly accept tough, challenging, and high-stakes cases that others simply turn down or shy away from. In our time serving the greater Arkansas area, the experienced Little Rock truck accident attorneys at the Law Office of Thomas G. Buchanan have consistently averaged a recovery figure of over half a million dollars. This fact alone helps illustrate the tenacity and integrity that our personal injury attorneys carry with them into the courtroom — for every client, every day.

Serious truck accident injuries demand serious litigation. The pain and suffering after one of these injuries can last a lifetime; victims will need a total compensation figure that will continue to provide for them, long after their accident took place. Contact the experienced Little Rock truck accident attorneys at our law firm today. With our unparalleled legal expertise we can help you towards a maximum recovery for your injury or loss. Our law office can be reached at 501.296.9820. Alternatively, you can contact us via e-mail and we will respond to you in a timely manner.

Don’t let this injury dictate how you live your life; our courageous, caring, and committed attorneys are here for you during this difficult time. Please call or contact us today.

 

Phone: 501.296.9820

Fax: 501.296.9823

217 W. Second Street, Suite 115

Little Rock, Arkansas 72201

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South, Arkansas

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