Truck Accidents – Semi Truck Tractor Trailer

Semi Truck Accident Injury Attorneys

Minnesota Truck Accident Lawyers & Attorneys

SEMI TRACTOR TRAILER ACCIDENTS IN MINNESOTA HAPPEN FREQUENTLY

In 2008, one out of nine car crash deaths resulted from a collision involving a large truck (gross vehicle weight greater than 10,000 pounds). That ratio does not seem to have changed since them. Large trucks also accounted for 4% of all vehicles involved in injury and property-damage-only crashes. Minnesota definitely has our share of truck accidents that injure people and cause property damage, and our MN attorneys represent people injured in truck and semi truck accident cases, usually where a semi truck hits a car, every year.

TRUCK ACCIDENTS RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURIES AND PROPERTY DAMAGE

Because of the size of semi-tractor-trailers, the injuries and property damage after a truck accident are often severe. Our top MN semi truck accident lawyers represent people injured because of a collision with semi trailers and other kinds of trucks. If a large truck hits your car, the vehicles do not have to be going very fast for serious damage to occur to the car and the people in it. People injured because of an crash with a semi tractor can be injured from the initial impact with the truck, or when they crash into something else after being hit or pushed by the truck. Our truck crash lawyers have seen accidents where the force of the impact with a semi truck has propelled the car into other cars or the median at high speeds, so that the second impact can be worse than the first. Fortunately, because of the dangerous nature of semi-truck and other commercial vehicles, they often have significant insurance coverage so that your medical bills can be paid and you can receive other compensation for your injuries and car damage. Our truck accident lawyer in MN have years of experience making sure our clients are fully compensated for their injuries after a being hit by a semi or other type of truck.

SEMI TRUCK ACCIDENT CASES IN MINNESOTA

There are numerous state and federal regulations that govern the operation of commercial vehicles like semi trucks, tractor trailers and other trucks. In Minnesota, the State Patrol is required to do a complete investigation every time there is a crash involving a semi-trailer, but they mostly focus on drug testing, trip logs, and whether the equipment is working properly. Unfortunately, the State Patrol’s accident reconstruction and witness interviews after a truck accident in MN can sometimes be less than thorough. Therefore, we have found that it can sometimes make a difference in the case if our best MN semi truck accident attorneys are retained early enough to do our own investigation as well. Even after the evidence from the scene is removed, there may be skid marks we can examine, and we always want to do our own interviews with witnesses.

Call a top truck accident lawyer at our office as soon as possible for a free consultation if you are injured because of a crash with a truck or semi tractor trailer. Our Minnesota personal injury lawyers will discuss your case with you and explain your rights.

The Rochlin Law Firm is owned by Pam Rochlin and David Rochlin.  Our attorneys have 24 years experience helping hundreds of people who have been injured in an auto and truck accident in MN.  Our primary focus is on getting full and fair compensation for our clients. Pam Rochlin is a former partner with Meshbesher and Spence and was the 2015 president of Minnesota Women Lawyers, an organization with over 1300 members.

You can meet with an experienced semi truck accident lawyer to discuss your case and injury at our offices in Minneapolis, St. Louis Park, Woodbury, and Edina. An attorney from our office can also meet you at your home anywhere in Minnesota to discuss your truck accident case, including Chanhassen MN, Chaska, Eden Prairie, Maple Grove MN, Rogers MN, Brooklyn Park, Forest Lake MN, Burnsville, Rogers, Apple Valley, Mankato, Roseville, Maplewood, and other surrounding cities in Minnesota. There is no obligation on your part, and we don’t charge anything unless you receive compensation for your injuries.