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When Trucking Accidents Lead To Wrongful Deaths

Every day, thousands of trucks travel America’s highways. Given the significant size of these semitrailers and the speeds at which they travel, the trucks pose a serious risk to other vehicles around them. Strict laws and safety guidelines are in place to prevent accidents.

All too often, however, trucking companies push drivers to accomplish more than they should, driving more hours than is illegally permitted and carrying unsafe loads. This can easily result in a devastating accident, causing wrongful death to other drivers and passengers on the roads.

Compassionate And Aggressive Advocacy Following The Loss Of A Loved One

At Bonifield & Rosenstengel, P.C., our attorneys fight aggressively for justice for those have lost a loved one in a trucking accident. Trucking companies will do everything within their power to avoid liability in such cases. We move immediately to put together the evidence needed to hold them accountable for the great pain and loss they have caused.

If you have lost a loved one to a trucking accident, we are committed to fighting on your behalf. Call our law offices today at 618-215-2412 or toll free at 866-223-2525.

While monetary rewards cannot bring back your loved one, they can help to provide a sense of justice and closure for those who remain. When the death of your loved one should have been prevented, we hold the responsible parties accountable.

Consult with us promptly after your truck accident; the sooner you come to our offices, the sooner we can begin investigating your accident and determining the negligent parties. This is particularly important in truck accidents, because commercial trucking companies are only required to maintain many of their records for a limited amount of time. Essential records may be lost forever if you don’t begin preparing your case soon enough.

As former private investigators, our attorneys know the importance of acting quickly to collect evidence. They know the appropriate sources of relevant information in truck accident cases and the ways to go about effectively obtaining this information.