Experienced Chicago Attorneys For Your Truck Accident Claim
Truck accident claims are not like other motor vehicle claims. There are unique challenges and legal issues that will come up that make it critical to choose an experienced attorney.
At Munday & Nathan in Chicago, our attorneys have decades of experience pursuing compensation for truck wreck victims throughout Illinois and nationwide. We are prepared to overcome any challenge to help people who were injured because of negligent truckers and truck companies.
Immediate Action May Be Critical
These cases are often more fast-paced than other personal injury claims. Soon after a truck collision, the trucking company and its insurer may form their own team of investigators and lawyers, even at the scene of the wreck. They start right away in building a case to shield themselves from liability and to avoid having to pay compensation.
We can move just as quickly. As soon as you enlist us, we can begin taking the steps to pursue your claim, including doing what is necessary to preserve evidence. We do not want to let the truck be repaired before it can be examined. We do not want to let the electronic data recorder (EDR), also known as the black box, be pulled out of reach, as it may contain valuable information about what happened leading up to the wreck. We will dig in and do the work that needs to be done to help you pursue the compensation you need.
Understanding What Caused A Truck Wreck
We are well-versed in the laws that apply to the trucking industry and how violations of those laws are often at the core of truck wreck claims. For example, many truck wrecks are caused by fatigued truck drivers who chose to ignore rules regarding rest breaks. Our attorneys investigate every case carefully in order to determine what went wrong and to hold the negligent party accountable.
Free Consultations About Truck Crash Claims
Let us get started building your case and helping you pursue compensation. Call us at 312-815-7364 or send us an email. We handle every truck crash case on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we get you compensation.