98% of those killed in or injured in trucking accidents will not be truck drivers
Large trucks and 18-Wheelers represent only 3% of all registered vehicles on the road in the U.S., yet they account for over 25% of the deaths in multiple vehicle traffic accidents. Mechanical failures, improper driver training or reckless driving may account for some of these accidents, but the vast majority are caused by driver fatigue. All motorists should be aware of the dangers of sharing the road with big rigs.
The lawyers at Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP have over 100 years of collective experience in recovering damages for the real injuries caused by truck and tractor-trailer accidents. We have the experience and financial strength to pursue complex cases against trucking companies and the other responsible parties when an injury or death has occurred involving a large truck or 18-wheeler. We will evaluate your case for free and there is NEVER a fee unless we obtain a settlement or a jury verdict.
Truck drivers and their employers have a responsibility to operate their vehicles in a safe manner on our public roads. Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP can maneuver through the legal red tape and identify all the liable parties, from the truck operator and owner to any distributors or contractors, including the state or federal government. While a negotiated settlement is always desirable, we are never intimidated by insurance companies or opposing counsel, and will not hesitate to take a case to trial if warranted and in the best interest of our clients.
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Contact the Maryland truck accident attorneys of Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP today to discuss a legal strategy that will preserve your rights and provide for the future of your family.
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