18 WHEELER ACCIDENTS
Injured in an 18-Wheeler accident or trucking accident in Fort Worth, TX or in Tarrant County? Call an 18 wheeler accident lawyer & former prosecutor with extensive trial experience to help.
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18 WHEELER ACCIDENT LAWYER
Have you or a loved one being seriously injured by 18-wheeler driver? Was the truck driver at fault in the crash? Was their a police report? DWI or Alcohol-Related?
If you have been injured or suffered a loss as a result of an 18 wheeler accident or trucking accident in Tarrant County, then you need an experienced 18 wheeler accident lawyer and former prosecutor to help. We offer personal injury representation throughout Tarrant County (Fort Worth, Arlington, Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake, North Richland Hills, Hurst-Bedford-Euless)?
Why Choose the Law Office of Bryan P. Hoeller, PLLC?
We offer experienced trial attorneys who are dedicated to getting you the justice you deserve. We are committed to excellence and making sure our clients are informed throughout the process. We offer a former Tarrant County prosecutor and national recognized trial attorney that can begin working on your case today with no up-front costs. Fort Worth personal injury lawyer Bryan Hoeller was recently named a 2014 Top 100 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers Association. He previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney in the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office and the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office. This work experience provides him with extensive knowledge in vehicle accidents (18-wheeler truck accidents), accident reconstruction, causation (speeding, texting, eating), and alcohol-related injuries, like DWI-related accidents (DWI, Intoxication Assault, Intoxication Manslaughter).
What happens if you have been injured in an 18 wheeler or trucking accident?
Part 1 (Injuries): We first need to establish what kind of injuries you or a loved one suffered (broken bones or ligaments? brain injuries? loss of limb? death or serious bodily injury?).
Part 2 (Fault): We next turn to fault. Who was at fault for the accident? Was the truck driver at fault in the accident (speeding? texting? driving while intoxicated?) Did the driver work a large company or corporation with a big insurance policy? Was there an accident or police report? Are there witnesses who can testify on our behalf?
If you suffered injuries (Part 1) and the other driver was at fault (Part 2), then you need to call a Fort Worth personal injury attorney today to set up a FREE consultation.
How are personal injury cases resolved?
Most personal injury cases in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, or Dallas County are disposed of in one of two ways:
1.) By settlement agreement, where the parties agree to a specified dollar amount without going to trial (i.e. typically to compensate for medical bills and injuries or loss sustained in the 18 wheeler or trucking accident), or
2.) By trial, where the lawyers for both parties present their case to a jury or the judge and the jury or judge decides the outcome (i.e. who is at fault? is there any damages? how much are the damages?).
Whether through settlement agreement or trial, our clients know that they will have an experienced trial attorney on their side that is going to work hard and fight for them each step of the way. Our goal is achieve justice for our clients.
We offer extensive experience in Accident Reconstruction & Alcohol-Related Injuries (DWI, Intoxication Assault, Intoxication Manslaughter):
f you or someone you know has been seriously injured in a DWI, Intoxication Assault, Intoxication Manslaughter, or Alcohol-Related 18-wheeler accident, then our firm can provide you with the experience necessary to get you the best possible personal injury representation. We have training and experience in accident reconstruction, DWI law, and alcohol-related causation. If the accident was alcohol-related, we will also investigate and litigate any potential Dram Shop case.