Accidents Caused by Speeding Truck Drivers
Speeding is illegal and dangerous and in a perfect world, truck drivers wouldn't do it. In reality, if meeting a delivery deadline means speeding, truck drivers will speed. Unfortunately, speeding in a vehicle that weighs up to 40 tons leaves truck drivers with too little margin for error when they have to brake quickly or suddenly maneuver their vehicles.
This leads to accidents, many of which cause serious or fatal injuries to the occupants of smaller vehicles, which in turn leads to lawsuits. Which is where we come in.
At Ashton & Price, we aggressively protect the rights of people injured in accidents that involve speeding truckers on central and northern California roadways. Today, with more than four decades of combined personal injury litigation experience and in excess of $100 million dollars recovered since 1996 — we are ready to help you pursue recovery too. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers today.
"We respond promptly to your questions and keep you fully informed at every legal turn. We have the experience and skills to handle every detail, even in the most complex cases involving multiple insurance carriers." — Attorney Chris Price
The Value in Not Settling too Soon
It is important not to settle any trucking accident case before the full extent of your injuries and other losses are known. In some cases, this may take weeks or even months. Still, it is better to proceed with care now rather than wish you had later.
We understand this and have built professional relationships with top investigators, economists and many of the most respected medical professionals in the Sacramento region — widely respected health care professionals willing to meet your medical treatment* needs even if you don't have medical insurance or can't afford any out-of-pocket expense.
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Contact our Sacramento area law offices for an honest assessment of your case and of our ability to recover money for you through negotiation or at trial.
To learn more about this topic, see our truck accidents information center.
*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.