The Help You Need After A Truck or Commercial Vehicle Accident

According to recent statistics from the U.S. Department of Transportation, commercial vehicle accidents involving trucks are 10 times more likely to be caused by truck drivers than by other factors, such as weather or road conditions.

Long-distance truckers may be especially prone to cause accidents due to insufficient training, driver fatigue, speeding, the distraction of cellphones, substance abuse, trucks in need of repair or maintenance, poorly loaded trucks and the sheer difficulty of maneuvering such heavy vehicles.

These problems are especially troublesome in Texas, where a large amount of international commerce is conducted with Mexico.

Did a negligent, overworked, distracted driver of a dump truck or delivery truck cause an accident that seriously injured you or killed a loved one? You can fight back. You can hold them, their employers and insurers accountable, starting today, by contacting the Law Offices of Steve Gibbins in Austin.

Since 1983, skilled personal injury attorney Steve Gibbins has effectively, successfully represented the interests of motorists who suffered catastrophic injuries in crashes with enormous semi tractor-trailers, 18-wheelers, "big rigs" and other powerful commercial vehicles. His in-depth investigations of accident causes, proven abilities at negotiating with insurance companies and track record at trial are proof that he can help you, too.

You owe it to yourself and your family to seek maximum financial compensation for lost income, medical expenses and the cost of replacing your motor vehicle. As your lawyer, Steve Gibbins may also seek punitive damages from a trucking company that reflect your pain and suffering and emotional trauma.

These quality legal services are delivered to you strictly on a contingency fee basis. You owe no legal fees unless the Law Offices of Steve Gibbins wins your case.

Your initial consultation is free. Home and hospital visits are available if your injury prevents travel. Our law firm's contingency fee policy for personal injury and wrongful death cases means that you owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.