Sioux City Commercial Truck Accident Lawyers
Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska Tractor-Trailer Wreck Attorneys
On the highways and roadways throughout Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota, semi-trucks and large commercial trucks are a common sight. Unfortunately, it is these trucks that are often the cause of serious and devastating accidents.
At the Klass Law Firm, L.L.P., we have years of experience helping clients who have been injured in a trucking accident. Our firm understands the needs of the seriously injured, and we work to see that those needs are met through the pursuit of compensation from the negligent party or parties.
Call or contact our firm at 800-613-7989 ext. 242 to schedule an initial consultation. We are proud to represent individuals and businesses throughout Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Causes of Truck Accidents
There are many different causes of truck accidents, including:
- Driver fatigue (falling asleep at the wheel)
- Driver negligence (speeding, reckless driving, drug/alcohol abuse)
- Unbalanced or overloaded cargo
- Improper truck maintenance
- Failure to properly train drivers
- Defective truck equipment
- Truck jackknife
- Truck rollover
Due to the sheer size and weight of tractor-trailers and semi trucks, when they are involved in a collision with a smaller vehicle, the damage is almost always worse for the smaller vehicle. This also means that the injuries sustained by other drivers and passengers are more serious as well. Motorists sharing the road with semi trucks have to be extra vigilant in order to keep themselves safe. However, if someone has been involved in an accident that was the result of the truck or driver's negligence, our firm can represent victims in a personal injury lawsuit.
Contact Our Sioux City Car Accident Attorneys
Let us help you address all of your truck accident issues. Contact the Klass Law Firm, L.L.P., for an initial consultation. We will handle your case on a contingency percentage basis. There is no attorney fee unless you recover compensation for your injuries.