Truck Accidents Involve Serious Injuries, Demand Serious Attention

Few vehicle accidents are as devastating as those involving semis and other large trucks. If you have been injured or lost a family member in a trucking accident, you will need an experienced personal injury lawyer to recover adequate compensation from the trucking company. Without legal representation, you stand little chance of getting the trucking company's insurance carrier to pay out the compensation you need.

At James F. Humphreys & Associates, L.C., we have the experience to fight the trucking company for you. We understand that you will need significant compensation after a trucking accident. You can rely on our ability to negotiate with the insurance carrier and when necessary, take the case to trial.

Tell us about your injuries in a free consultation with a lawyer. Call 304-347-5050 or complete our online form to schedule your meeting.

We Will Battle The Trucking Company For You

All trucks and large commercial vehicles have the potential to cause serious injury and death in an accident. We represent people injured by all types of trucks, including:

  • Coal trucks
  • Logging trucks
  • Semis
  • Delivery trucks
  • Tanker trucks

Because of the size and weight of trucks, people in passenger vehicles or on motorcycles typically suffer catastrophic or fatal injuries in accidents. Common truck accident injuries may include broken bones, amputations, crush injuries, brain injuries, back injuries, spinal cord injuries and burns. These types of injuries may result in wrongful death.

Our attorney will pursue compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses. In wrongful death cases, you may also be entitled to compensation for funeral expenses and the personal loss of a loved one.

Let Us Help You Get The Compensation You Need; Start With A Free Consultation

To schedule a free consultation, please call our Charleston office at 304-347-5050, or contact us online. We represent injury victims in West Virginia and Washington, D.C.