Have you been injured in a commercial truck accident? We can help.

When you practice law for a quarter century as we have, even though every case is different, you begin to see patterns develop which enable you to draw big-picture conclusions about injuries. The one fact revealed when looking back on our casework is that risk of injury most often has to do with exposure. For instance, if you work at the fireworks factory, you’re obviously far more likely to get burned than someone who works in an office. Even though the injuries sustained are not the injured party’s fault, simply allowing themselves to be in some environment dramatically raises their risk of harm, even if they themselves play it safe.

You’ve been made a victim. You had no choice in this. We understand.

That is true of all case types I can think of except for truck accident cases. I can find no rhyme or reason as to why the commercial vehicle accident victims we’ve represented became victims in the first place, other than sheer coincidence, and that’s a sobering thought. We all try to drive safely and do our part out there on the road, but try as you might, anyone can suddenly find an 80,000 lb. vehicle bearing down on them with nowhere to run.

Not all truckers are bad, or unsafe. It is the few bad apples that wreak havoc.

Most truck drivers take safety quite seriously too. But the simple, harsh reality is that that’s often all that stands between safety and catastrophe: how seriously truck drivers and their employers take their responsibilities, and that’s the part that I find most compelling about truck accident law. Sure, at its core, these cases are about holding one party financially accountable for the harm they’ve inflicted on someone else, and we’re certainly going to explain the ins and outs of that process. But of greater concern to society as a whole is not the “how,” rather it’s the “why,” and the only appropriate answer is that truck drivers are professionals who are entrusted with equipment that regular motorists are not even remotely qualified to operate, for the purpose of generating income. But with that opportunity comes obligation.

One of the most frustrating things about attorneys is that you can never get ahold of them and when they finally call back, it’s usually with bad news. You won’t find that at Grossman Law Offices. We take only cases that we care about, and we work only with people that have established reputations. You won’t find any greenhorns or “newbies” here, and you won’t get the answering machine when you call.

At the end of the day, though, we’re aiming to do more than just put money in your pocket and pay your medical bills. You don’t want this trucking company to make the same mistakes in the future, potentially hurting or killing other people. When you get down to it, it’s about doing the right thing. Our goal is to set an example for other trucking companies about what kind of behavior is tolerated on the road. If we have to bankrupt a company that’s more interested in their finances than your safety, that’s fine with us. We’ve gone head to head with a lot of trucking companies, including Stevens Transport, PAM Transport, J.B. Hunt, Byrd Oilfield Services, and the list goes on.

We understand what you’ve been through, and that being in an accident with a commercial truck is jarring, to say the least. You need an attorney who cares about your case and, more importantly, you. Getting compensation you deserve is only part of the equation – the other part is getting justice.

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