Very few accidents are as catastrophic as those involving 18-wheelers.
18-wheelers, big rigs, tractor trailers, big trucks, whatever you call them, they are huge and intimidating on the highway, and the damage they cause is often enormous.
Most 18-wheeler wrecks are preventable, but occur because of negligence on the part of the trucking company, the driver or both. Reasons may include fatigued drivers, truckers under the influence, overloaded trailers, defective equipment or undertrained drivers.
Bailey & Oliver is a winner when it comes to fighting these big trucking companies. We tenaciously pursue justice in your case because there is no excuse for pain and suffering caused by failure to follow safety standards and trucking regulations.
Our team of lawyers and legal professionals is well-versed in complex litigation resulting from 18-wheeler wreck injuries. We know what to look for in determining fault and have the skills to hold those responsible accountable for damages.
Beyond that, we also work with trucking companies to identify areas of concern and help to develop the best management practices.
If you are unsure about whether to file an 18-wheeler claim, call us and schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers. We will assess the merits of your claim and offer guidance on how to best pursue legal recourse for your losses.
There is never any cost until we obtain a favorable outcome for you. Call us at 479.202.5200.
(Bailey & Oliver successfully represented the family involved in a pedestrian accident with the tanker truck pictured on this page.)
Read more on our Blog:
The Brake-down: Tractor-Trailer Brake Safety by Ryan Scott, Attorney, July 18, 2016: http://www.baileyoliverlawfirm.com/news/2016/jul/18/brake-down-tractor-trailer-brake-safety/
Why 18-wheeler Wrecks Happen by Ryan Scott, Attorney, July 12, 2016: http://www.baileyoliverlawfirm.com/news/2016/jul/12/why-18-wheeler-wrecks-happen/
How to be Safe Around 18-Wheelers by Ryan Scott, Attorney, July 19, 2016: http://www.baileyoliverlawfirm.com/news/2016/jul/09/how-be-safe-around-18-wheelers/