Lawyers Who Understand Truck Accident Cases
Trying to recover full and fair compensation for injuries or the death of a loved one after a truck accident means you are facing an uphill battle. Large local, regional and national trucking companies are often covered by leading insurance companies and have an army of experienced lawyers protecting them from excessive damages. They know that offering a low, fast settlement is a certain way to protect themselves from full liability.
If you were injured or lost a family member in a truck or commercial vehicle accident in the Greater Chicago metropolitan area or Northern Illinois, your first call should be to an experienced truck accident lawyer at Foote, Mielke, Chavez & O’Neil, LLC.
The Kinds Of Truck Accident Representation We Provide
Our legal team has the experience, skills and determination required to successfully litigate Chicago and Northern Illinois motor vehicle accident claims involving:
- Semi tractor-trailer accidents
- Construction truck wrecks
- Flatbed equipment hauler crashes
- UPS, Federal Express and other delivery van accidents
What Makes Truck Accidents Unique?
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) (under the direction of the Department of Transportation) governs a wide range of safety and operational regulations, which truck companies and commercial truck drivers must adhere to. Understanding how violations of the FMCSA regulations affect the evidence and extent of financial damages in a truck accident case is critical to preparing a successful case for a settlement or trial. Truck companies often have their own investigators on the scene of truck wrecks within minutes of an accident in the Greater Chicago area. We make sure that evidence is protected and turned over to our firm for a thorough investigation of the facts in your favor.
Call An Experienced Truck Wreck Injury Attorney
Call us at 630-232-7450 or use our convenient email contact form to arrange a free case evaluation. Our office hours in Chicago and Geneva are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Evening and weekend appointments may be available by special arrangement. If you cannot travel to one of our offices, we are often able to meet with you in your home, hospital room, office or another convenient location.