Truck Accidents

Semi-truck Accident Lawyer in West Virginia

The West Virginia Trucking Accident law firm of Cyrus, Adkins & Walker

A semi-truck refers to a trailer without a front axle that is connected to a large truck. In commercial hauling, these types of trailers are very popular for a number of reasons, mostly because they are usually easier to join and uncouple from the truck.

Unfortunately, just like 18-wheelers and tractor-trailers, these vehicles are the cause of a large number of fatal accidents every year. If you lost a loved one to a semi-truck crash, Cyrus, Adkins & Walker have a history of positive results and can offer you legal guidance for your loss.

Legal help for a truck accident in Huntington, West Virginia

Semi-truck accidents in West Virginia can be very complicated. In some cases, there may be more than one negligent party that caused your injury or the wrongful death of a loved one. You may have to seek damages from the driver, his or her employer, and the insurance companies.

Some of the most common causes of trucking accidents are the same, no matter what type of truck is involved:

· Driver fatigue

· Not providing a safe following distance/not being able to stop in time

· Jack-knifing

· Rollovers

· Improperly loaded or over-loaded trailers

· Driver inexperience or poor training

If you or a loved one were injured by a semi-truck crash in West Virginia, Cyrus, Adkins & Walker is a law firm of caring, compassionate attorneys who can seek damages from all the parties responsible.

Call 304-521-1582 or toll free at 888-594-7284 to discuss Huntington & West Virginia semi-truck accidents.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q:Do I have to pay for hiring experts, depositions, and other expenses of getting my case to trial?

A:At Cyrus & Adkins, we will advance all costs necessary for the development and presentation of your case. In the event of a successful recovery, whether by settlement or verdict, these necessary costs and expenses are reimbursable to our firm.

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