What Evidence Do I Need to File a Truck Accident Claim in Washington? Uncovering the cause of a truck wreck and proving who was at…Read More
A Guide to TBIs: Know Your Rights and Options After a Truck Wreck According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), motor vehicle accidents are…Read More
Accident Reconstruction Is Critical for Proving Negligence in a Truck Accident Case Large truck crashes are distinct from other collisions that only involve regular passenger…Read More
Answers to 5 Common Questions Victims Ask After a Truck Accident According to the Department of Transportation, nearly 150,000 people were injured in the U.S.…Read More
What Is Negligent Hiring, and What Does It Mean for My Truck Accident Case? After a truck wreck, all eyes often turn to the driver…Read More
Understanding the Types of Damages in a Truck Accident Case An accident can come out of nowhere and stay with you the rest of your…Read More
Common Mistakes That Victims Make After a Truck Accident In the immediate wake of an accident with a large truck, victims are shaken, disoriented, and…Read More
About Seattle Truck Law, PLLC
Seattle Truck Law is a personal injury law firm that fights for clients who have been hurt in collisions with large trucks and buses. We also represent the families of victims who have lost their lives in these deadly wrecks. The firm serves clients in areas throughout Washington state, including Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, Spokane, and more. We also handle cases nationwide by working with the best local counsel.
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