Do you know someone injured in a logging trailer accident?

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Have you ever passed a logging truck on the highway and thought about how much destruction they would cause in an accident? Unfortunately, such incidents happen every year, and they are often just as catastrophic as you might imagine. 

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Family Members May Be Entitled

Fatigued drivers, narrow roads, and overloaded or over-length trucks all create situations that lead to tragic accidents involving logging trucks. Overloaded trucks can’t stop efficiently, which leads to high-speed wrecks; meanwhile, drivers following behind over-length logging trucks often can’t see unmarked tree trunks extending beyond the bed of the truck, causing deadly rear-end collisions. In addition, unsecured debris from these trucks can cause serious injury to motorcyclists and other drivers who are hit by sticks and branches.

The injured victims of these logging truck accidents and their family members may be entitled to damages and wrongful death benefits from the trucking company, the maintenance provider or other contractors, and even the lumber company itself depending upon the facts of the case.

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Logging Companies Try To Avoid Responsibility

Lumber companies and landowners sometimes hire “fly-by-night” logging truck operators who lack the proper training and qualifications, leading to the dangerous conditions described above. These companies and individuals have the financial resources to employ teams of defense lawyers whose sole job is to defeat personal injury claims arising from logging truck accidents. The lumber companies and landowners frequently attempt to deny and minimize their own liability while blaming the person who has suffered an injury as a result of a logging truck accident.

If a member of your family has suffered a serious injury or died in a logging truck wreck, it’s important to have your case evaluated by an trucking lawyer who has the resources to conduct a thorough investigation. At Seattle Truck Law, our attorneys have years of experience and a national network of experts who can help us uncover all the evidence in a case and discourage the other side from distorting the facts in their favor.

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If you’ve been injured in a logging trailer accident or other large vehicle crash, please call our office at (866) 580-4878 or fill out our online form to set up a free initial consultation with our attorneys today. We offer contingent fee billing for personal injury cases, which means that you will not have to pay any fees or expenses unless we make a recovery on your behalf.

Please don’t delay in contacting us. Time is of the essence in a personal injury case, and the sooner you contact our attorneys, the greater advantage we will have in gathering evidence, investigating your claim, and advocating on your behalf.

“Morgan helped me with a lawsuit against a trucking company. He handled my case with the utmost professionalism. I was very impressed with the outcome as well as his attentiveness to my needs.”

- Joshua Granger

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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