Commercial Vehicle Accidents

Injured in an Accident? Talk to the Austin Commercial Vehicle Accident Attorneys Who Know How to Maximize Due Compensation.

Austin Commercial Vehicle Accident Attorneys

Our Austin commercial vehicle accident attorneys understand the short term and long term impact of an injury. We also understand that when commercial vehicles are involved in the accident that caused an injury, there are regulations and rules in play that may contribute to the compensation a victim is due. A common misconception is that commercial accidents are limited to semi-trucks; 18-wheelers are not the only commercial vehicles that can cause serious and catastrophic injuries. Commercial vehicles are a common sight on Texas roads and they are involved in many crashes. If you’ve been in an accident with a commercial vehicle on a Texas road, call our attorneys.

We have the experience and resources available to quickly and effectively help you recover from your Commercial Vehicle Accident

At Austin’s Cagle Law Firm, P.C., our commercial vehicle accident lawyers have represented victims injured in commercial vehicle accidents throughout Texas for more than ten years. If you have been involved in an accident with any type of commercial vehicle, including delivery trucks, big vans, or utility vehicles, we can act quickly to gather and preserve the important evidence needed to help maximize your recovery.

Commercial vehicle drivers are held to higher safety standards than the average driver. They are required to follow specific safety rules and requirements to keep everyone on the road safe. When companies and their drivers fail to follow these rules of the road, they put everyone who shares the roadways with them at risk.

Even though commercial vehicles may not be as large or heavy as semi trucks, they can still cause serious injuries, including head trauma, spinal cord damage and broken bones, and many other types of serious injuries.

We are experienced in commercial vehicle accident settlements and litigation, and we know what steps to take to protect your interests if you have been injured in a collision with a commercial vehicle. We will immediately put our resources and experience to work for you and your family, to get the evidence we need to hold the negligent commercial vehicle driver and company responsible for the injuries they have caused.

It is important to work with us right away. You may be able to obtain damages for medical expense that you have already sustained as a result of the collision, future expenses you will require for medical care, lost wages, lost earning capacity (which supplement lost income in the future if you are unable to return to your previous pay rate as a result of the collision), physical impairment damages, and your pain and suffering. We will develop a strategy that is custom tailored to your injuries and the specific facts of your case.

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We strive to help victims in Austin and throughout Texas recover after being injured in an accident with a commercial vehicle. Call us at 888-353-3619 or 512-371-6101 or contact us online for a free initial consultation.

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