Truck Accidents

Federal regulations determine trucking conduct and the amount of time truck drivers can spend behind the wheel.

These regulations exist to keep the road a safer place, but unfortunately, too many drivers do not follow them. Drivers are often paid by mileage and are actually incentivized to continue driving even while feeling tired. This, combined with other shortcuts to maximize efficiency at the expense of safety, is a disaster waiting to happen. To make matters worse, if a truck crashes into you, you are more than five times more likely to be killed than the truck driver.*

Because the lawyers at our Arkansas law firm have been dealing with these issues for decades, there is no case for which we are not prepared.

18-Wheeler Accident Attorneys Serving Central Arkansas

We are ready to use our more than 60 years of experience to help you if you have been injured as a result of trucking negligence stemming from:

  • Driver distraction/fatigue
  • Alcohol/drug use
  • A driver's health problems
  • Hazardous materials
  • Improper loading
  • Improper hiring/training/supervision
  • Jackknifing accidents

These cases can be immensely complex and time-sensitive. For us to work efficiently and decisively, it is important that you reach out as soon as possible before making any statements or decisions.

We are committed to helping you or a loved one heal while we immediately begin helping you protect your rights and maximize compensation, but you need to act decisively; we encourage you to reach out.

We represent clients in Little Rock and Conway and throughout Arkansas.

To discuss any tractor-trailer wreck in a free initial consultation with one of our Little Rock truck accident injury attorneys, call 877-885-8839 or email us.

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