Central California Truck Injury Attorneys
Truckers are expected to maintain a valid commercial driver's license and adhere to strict federal and state trucking laws and regulations. Truckers are held to exacting standards because commercial trucks have the capacity to cause serious or fatal injuries to other drivers.
Despite the wide range of laws and regulations that are designed to promote safe driving by semi-truck operators and other large commercial vehicle operators, tractor-trailer accidents are still far too common. If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, contact us at Law Office of Curtis Floyd. We handle truck accident claims involving:
Truck driver negligence
Truck company negligence
Negligent hiring of a truck driver
Truck driver fatigue
Negligent maintenance and loading
Speeding and other traffic violations
Other forms of negligence
To schedule a free consultation with us, contact our law office in Bakersfield, California.
Seeking Maximum Compensation
We understand that this may be your one opportunity to obtain the compensation that is critical to your future financial security and the security of your family. We vigorously pursue maximum compensation on behalf of each client we serve.
Truck Accidents Are Different
If you have been injured in a truck accident, it is important that you retain an attorney who has experience handling truck accident claims. To properly handle a truck accident case, a personal injury lawyer must have an understanding of complex insurance coverage issues, commercial trucking laws, and trucking company policies.
Since trucking accidents often cause serious or fatal injuries, you may also require an attorney who has experience handling personal injury claims in which an injured client has sustained permanent and life-altering injuries. Our attorneys have been advocating on behalf of clients who have sustained brain injuries, paralysis, severe burns, disfigurement, loss of limb and other catastrophic injuries. We also have extensive experience in wrongful death claims.