We Take On Insurers After Trucking Accidents

There are a number of factors that cause truck accidents on South Carolina's highways. Lack of judgment, inattention or driver fatigue on the part of a commercial truck driver often results in dangerous driving decisions that lead to collisions.

In addition to driver error, improper maintenance by a trucking company or overloaded trucks negatively impact an 18-wheeler's maneuverability. A collision with a semitruck can leave accident victims facing catastrophic injuries. These injuries can cause long and expensive hospital visits and may reduce your ability to work.

The attorneys at the Maguire Law Firm understand how challenging it can be to move forward from a collision with a large truck. We are dedicated to helping individuals receive the medical treatment they deserve and recover compensation* for their injuries.

We Build Strong Cases

When attempting to recover damages from trucking accidents, understanding the complexities of the law and the rights of the involved parties is critical. Some businesses attempt to use their financial might and phalanx of lawyers to protect their image and duck their responsibilities.

Additionally, insurance companies will often seek to reduce the amount of compensation* they pay to car accident victims. They may claim you were at fault for the accident, downplay your injuries or may even seek to deny your claim altogether.

The stakes are too high after a trucking accident to try to recover compensation* alone. Our attorneys have experience holding insurance companies accountable. We know what it takes to build a strong case and recover benefits for your injuries. Our team will focus on resolving your legal issues in a timely manner, allowing you to focus on recovering from the accident.

Speak To Our Attorneys Today

Contact our Myrtle Beach law firm to schedule a consultation*. Call us at 843-491-5044 or email our office.

*Initial consultation is free. No fee if no recovery. Fees are computed before deducting expenses from recovery.