Ready To Confront Your Trucking Collision

A trucking collision is quite different from an ordinary car collision. Due to the weight and force of large commercial vehicles, these collisions can cause immense physical and mental injuries. We understand the significant trauma and complex insurance factors of these personal injury cases.

The attorneys at D'Alessandro & Wright, LLC have helped victims of truck collisions across Rhode Island fight for fair compensation. Our experienced lawyers work to hold negligent drivers and companies accountable for negligence.

Recovering From The Aftermath Of A Truck Collision

Our attorneys have extensive experience with the severe injuries caused by 18-wheelers, semi trucks and other large trucks. We understand the extensive legal work necessary to recover the maximum amount of compensation for an injured victim.

Our law firm frequently assists clients who face catastrophic personal injuries, including:

  • Air bag or seat belt injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Loss of limb, sense or bodily function
  • Severe mental conditions, including PTSD
  • Brain trauma
  • Disfigurement, including serious burns
  • Fatality, in which case we support the surviving loved ones

Large commercial trucks and their drivers rarely suffer damages in collisions with passenger vehicles, but the drivers and passengers in the other vehicle are usually seriously hurt or killed. Commercial trucks weigh up to 80,000 lbs. at full capacity. Even if there was only minor contact with another vehicle, the truck can cause devastating damage.

Truck collision survivors frequently carry the effects of these serious injuries throughout the rest of their lives. We believe that justice must be served. Our firm works to hold trucking companies accountable for all damages – both economic and noneconomic.

Tracking Down Vital Evidence Immediately

The truck operator and trucking company have a legal obligation under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations to inspect the truck regularly for mechanical defects. If poor maintenance or another form of negligence may have caused your collision, the trucking company's records may be significant for your case.

Because federal regulations only require the truck operator and the trucking company to retain records for six months following a collision, your lawyer must work on your case as early as possible if you are planning to pursue full compensation.

In fact, many otherwise meritorious trucking collision cases are lost within the first week after the collision. Crucial evidence must be preserved and the trucking company must be put on notice to preserve all potential evidence under threat of future litigation.

Work With Our Results-Driven Law Firm

We are relentless in pursuit of justice for those who suffer severe truck collisions. Our goal is to facilitate your personal and financial recovery with our legal knowledge. Call our Providence office at 401-308-3596 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation. We will guide you through each step of your claim.