Injured In A Truck Accident While Passing Through West Virginia?
Trucking companies regularly route their tractor-trailers through West Virginia, using highways such as Interstate 64, Interstate 77, Interstate 79 and the West Virginia Turnpike. The heavy traffic on our state roads means that many car and motorcycle drivers and passengers are injured and killed in interstate trucking accidents every year.
We Handle Interstate Trucking Accident Claims From Any State
You don’t have to be a West Virginia resident to hire us. If your accident occurred in our state, let our firm fight to protect your rights under West Virginia law.
Steve Farmer, Danny Cline and Robert Campbell lead Farmer, Cline & Campbell‘s team of 12 personal injury trial attorneys in representing clients from communities throughout the region who have been injured or have lost a loved one in a fatal truck crash on an interstate highway in West Virginia.
We Advance All Costs Necessary To Pursue Your Claim.
You Don’t Pay Us Attorneys’ Fees If You Don’t Win.
Contact us for a free consultation about your interstate truck accident personal injury or fatal accident claim. We handle interstate truck accident claims involving:
- Logbook violations, overweight trucks and violations of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations
- Drunk driver accidents
- Big rig 18-wheeler tractor-trailer crashes
- Coal truck accidents
- Rollovers, ride-unders and sideswipes
- Accidents from tire blowouts
- Jackknifed trucks
- All other trucking accidents and passenger injuries
The Commercial Trucking Industry Is Heavily Regulated
Most truck drivers are very safe drivers who understand the risks their trucks pose on the highway. Unfortunately, there are others who do not drive safely and cause truck accidents.
Some truck drivers and companies repeatedly violate safety regulations. As a result, innocent people are often severely injured or killed. Many serious trucking accidents occur when drivers exceed allowed driving times or fail to correct faulty equipment. Such conduct poses hazards not only to the driver who is breaking the rules, but also to all other drivers on the road.
A Note To Professional Truck Drivers Injured On The Job
Were you injured while driving a tractor-trailer commercial truck? Operating a commercial truck can be a hazardous occupation. If you are injured in a commercial trucking accident in West Virginia, you need professional legal assistance. Our team also represents truck drivers who have fallen victim to illegal management practices and FMCSA violations by their employers. We take your case beyond workers’ compensation to help you and your family recover the full and fair money damages to which you are entitled.
Contact a West Virginia truck accident attorney at Farmer, Cline & Campbell, PLLC, as soon as possible to protect your rights. Located in Charleston, Morgantown and Beckley, we represent clients throughout West Virginia.