Harford County Truck Accident Attorney

Get Help Filing a Claim for Compensation

Commercial trucks, especially the large 18-wheelers, are capable of causing significant destruction to other vehicles and drivers on the road if they are not operated in a safe and responsible manner. While truck drivers and their companies are governed by a strict set of state and federal regulations, many do not abide by them. When this results in an accident, the sheer size of the truck itself increases the chance of property damage and personal injury or even wrongful death.

Causes of Truck Collisions

Some of the common causes of commercial trucking accidents include:

  • Inexperienced or poorly trained drivers
  • Fatigued drivers who have been on the road for an extended period of time
  • Overloaded or improperly balanced trucks
  • Drivers failing to abide by posted speed limits or traffic laws
  • Drivers failing to see others when making turns or changing lanes
  • Drivers under the influence of drugs (prescription or illegal) or alcohol

Are Expenses from Your Injury Piling Up?

If you have suffered serious injury during a commercial trucking accident, there is no reason that you should have to bear the expensive burden of repairing damaged property, dealing with lost wages, and paying for current and future medical bills. Truck drivers and their employers should be held fully responsible for their negligence! You may be able to recover compensation from these parties by filing a personal injury claim. Having an experienced Harford County injury attorney at your side can greatly increase your chances of obtaining the fair compensation that you deserve in your case.

Holding Drivers & Their Companies Responsible

For more than 10 years, our legal team at the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow has assisted numerous clients in effectively pursuing damages through personal injury claims, and we are ready to take on your case. From the moment that we first consult with you, our Baltimore personal injury lawyer can closely review any applicable trucking laws and regulations, investigate and recreate the accident scene, determine the state of the driver when the accident occurred, and go through any other evidence that strengthens your case.

Contact us now at (410) 877-6021 to schedule your free consultation.