Truck Injury Attorneys Crossville
Truck Accidents are terrible and destructive events that can seriously incapacitate and even lead to the deaths of those involved. When you, or someone you love has been seriously injured as a result of a truck drivers negligence, you need an experienced truck injury attorney to protect the rights of you or your loved ones. Hassakis Law is honored to provide Crossville residents with qualified and knowledgeable truck accident legal advice and guidance. We’ve seen how devastating truck crashes can be to the physical, mental, and financial health of our clients, and how the damages endured because of a truck accident can last for years, and even decades. The financial costs associated with recovering from truck accidents can also be as terrible as the injuries themselves. As a result of these incredible burdens that are associated with a truck accident, choosing the right lawyer to represent your interest is vitally important.
Your Southern Illinois Truck Accident Law Firm
When you choose us, you get a law firm that emphasizes:
- Experience: Our law firm has been around since 1950, and partner Mark D. Hassakis has been involved in litigation around the country.
- Resourcefulness: We have the connections and resources, including medical professionals and automotive experts to help build a strong case for you in court.
- A Client-Centered Approach: We focus on the lawyer-client relationship as much as the legal and medical issues.
Truck Crash Lawyer Crossville, IL
When you decide upon our Truck Accident Lawyers to defend your case, you can be assured that Hassakis Law is prepared to fight on your behalf. We understand restitution and recovery they are owe and we are ready to hold the insurance corporations and negligent parties responsible for their actions. If you or someone you love has been harmed in a truck accident, call or contact the Truck Crash Lawyers of Hassakis Law immediately.
Why are Semi-Truck Crashes so Devastating?
The reason that semi-truck accidents cause such devastating injuries is that the force involved in a semi-truck accident is magnitudes greater than the forces involved in a car wreck. A car may weigh up to two tons, while semi-trucks can on average weigh 20 tons or more, with the ability to reach 40 tons when fully packed. This huge amount of weight, when moving at 60-70mph, can easily crush and destroy smaller automobiles. This is why truck drivers are required to have specialized training before they can legally drive semi-trucks. Training, however, cannot fix the bad habits of negligent drivers, and you should not have to suffer because of the actions of a negligent driver. If you or someone you care for has been injured by the negligence of a truck driver, you need an experienced truck injury attorney to represent your interests.