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When a large truck or commercial vehicle crashes, it can cause tremendous damage. These vehicles can weigh as much as 25 times more than an average passenger car, and their collisions show it. Nearly one-eighth of all deaths caused in traffic accidents are caused by a truck. These metal behemoths wreak havoc on whatever they hit.

The injuries from a truck accident can be catastrophic. The enormous forces involved can cause devastating damage. Head trauma, spinal cord damage, disfigurement, burns, broken bones, and lacerations are all common injuries. Sometimes, paralysis or even death can occur. We can work with you to recover from property damage, medical bills, lost wages, and suffering.

Trucking attorneys understand the common problems to look for in trucking accident cases. They know how to navigate the complex system of people responsible for different parts of the truck, the trailer, or the cargo. This experience is crucial, because trucking accidents may often involve multiple people being at fault. Identifying all of the possible negligent parties is an important step in getting you the recompense you deserve. Regardless of whether you decide to work with us, we can give you a FREE initial consultation.

The attorneys of the Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess have the refined skill and lengthy litigation experience necessary to handle many kinds of claims. Every case is unique, and our team of attorneys, investigators, clerks, and paralegals have the experience and diligence to handle the complexities of the litigation process.
If you, or a loved one were injured in a trucking accident in Abbeville, or have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, Don’t Delay! Call Clay!
Contact our Lafayette Office at (877) 234-7573 (Toll Free).

Parties Represented by Personal Injury Lawyer Receive 3.5 Times More Money Than Those Without an Attorney.

– Insurance Research Council Study 2004


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