Commercial Truck Accidents


Big Rigs and their insurance companies will try to reduce their payouts to victims of Semi-Truck accidents. You don't stand a chance without a skilled attorney to fight for you.


Death and severe injury from Semi-Trucks, better known as Big Rigs are more likely than most other vehicle accidents. Drivers of these Big Rigs are required to go through specialized training and licensing to operate on the open road. Most states require Semi-Truck drivers to be held to a higher standard and if the truck weighs over 26,000 pounds they are classified as Commercial Drivers. This means they can be charged with DUI if their blood alcohol level registers above 0.04. Even with stricter governance, there are approximately 500,000 accidents involving Big Rigs each year.  Weighing in at almost 30 times that of the average vehicle, passengers  - not truck drivers - are more likely to die in the event of a crash.  Even more frightening is the amount of stopping distance needed, especially when loaded, for a Big Rig to slow down in order to avoid a collision. Swerving, tire defects, jackknifing, improper maintenance, and fatigue all put the safety of motorists at risk when it comes to sharing the road with Semi Trucks. You can't afford not to have the experience of attorney Harry L. Harper and  his legal team on your side if you are in a vehicle accident with a Big Rig Truck. Time is important so we can gather up the necessary information to defend your case, and get you the medical attention and help you deserve.




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