Our Truck Accident Team Can Find Proof And Fight For Your Compensation
Most accident injury cases involving defective truck equipment can be settled outside of court, but that is only possible when you have an attorney on your side who is prepared to win your case at trial, if necessary. At Farmer, Cline & Campbell, PLLC, we prepare your case for victory and maximized compensation from the outset. Our team of experienced attorneys is trial-tested, and we are proven negotiators in all types of serious accident injury cases.
For an accident that may have been caused by defective equipment, we complete a thorough investigation of all equipment on the truck, from the front bumper to the end of the trailer. There is a long list of equipment and vehicle parts that can fail and become the cause of a serious accident, including tires, wheels, hydraulics, lights, tie-downs, coupling, brakes, the hitching mechanism and much more.
Putting Together Your Winning Case
When necessary, our Truck Accident Team collaborates with trucking industry experts, accident reconstructionists, medical experts and economists to establish the full and fair value of your accident injuries and damages. When we determine the causes of the truck accident, we put together the strongest case possible against the responsible party or parties.
We pursue negotiations with the responsible party and its insurance provider to maximize your recovery. If they are unwilling to offer a reasonable settlement, we go to trial and fight for the full recovery you deserve.
Attorneys Robert Campbell, R. Chad Duffield and Brian Bigelow have undergone hands-on truck driver training and hold their Class A Commercial Driver’s Licenses, authorizing them to operate tractor-trailers, dump trucks and certain other commercial vehicles. The attorneys on our Truck Accident Team are also members of the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys. Additionally, Robert Campbell and Chad Duffield have been recognized as Top 10 Trucking Trial Lawyers in West Virginia by the National Trial Lawyers.
Your Case Might Be Against The Trucking Company Or A Parts Manufacturer
When we find evidence that a truck driver has failed to properly inspect his or her vehicle before a trip, or that a trucking company has failed to complete regulated maintenance requirements, the trucking company can be held accountable for your losses and damages.
When we discover that a manufacturer or supplier delivered a defective part or piece of equipment to an unsuspecting trucking company, the manufacturer or supplier might be liable for your recovery compensation.
It is critical that you seek the experienced counsel of accomplished truck accident injury lawyers in West Virginia as soon as possible if you or a family member has been injured in any type of accident with a truck.