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Darryl Isaacs and the dedicated team of attorneys at Isaacs & Isaacs handle cases where victims have been injured in a collision involving a large semi truck, 18 wheeler, or commercial vehicle. You are not alone in dealing with challenging truck accident injuries.

Some of these vehicles handled by our truck crash law firm can include:

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Truck Driver Negligence


Huge vehicles of course deserve respect on the road, demand exceptional driver training, added caution, a dedication to obeying traffic laws, and a big dose of common sense. Even with the best of intentions, dangerous collisions still occur, and nearly always cause complicated truck accident injuries. And that’s when calling upon an 18-wheeler trucking lawyer becomes most important.

If you’ve been hit by a large truck, 18-wheeler or commercial vehicle, initiating a lawsuit may be necessary to protect yourself and your family. There’s a very good chance the collision was due to truck driver negligence, the most common form of personal injury lawsuit our lawyers handle. It’s also very common not just for the driver, but for the trucking company to be at fault for a form of negligence.

We cannot undo the collision. But we can fight to make victims what the law calls “whole” again. Our experienced attorneys need to hear your story. Our truck accident law firm handles cases for those dealing with a truck accident injury from nearly every kind of commercial vehicle accident including:

Big Rig Truck Accidents

Truck Accident Injury: A Conversation With Semi Truck Crash Attorney Darryl Isaacs

Attorney Darryl Isaacs, co-founder of Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers sat down to address questions for those who have been involved in a crash involving big rigs or other large commercial vehicles. Join us in this audio episode exploring your next safety & legal steps after a truck crash when you might be dealing with truck accident injuries. Play the podcast directly below.

Isaacs and Isaacs · Ask The Hammer – Ep06 – What To Do After A Truck Accident

Next Steps With
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In order to begin the vital task of restoring justice and recovering the money damages you deserve, you’ll need to initiate contact with a proficient truck team of attorneys who can build your lawsuit strategy. When you are dealing with a truck accident injury, don’t go it alone. Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers will get started immediately to protect you and your claim from the trucking company and their insurance company before critical evidence disappears.

Partner With a Truck Crash Lawyer To Deal With the Insurance Company
Commercial truck accidents can be devastating. A wrongful death settlement and/or compensation for somebody who is permanently disabled can run into the millions. A competent attorney will know that insurance companies are in business to make money, and they will offer you the least amount possible in exchange for you signing a waiver of your claim. Once you sign the waiver, you cannot recover any money if, for instance, your truck accident injuries lead to complications like:

• Multiple surgeries • Hospitalization
• Physical therapy • Time off of work
• Permanent disability

Each truck accident lawyer on your case will conduct a thorough investigation of what happened, what evidence needs to be obtained, what experts need to be hired, and who is/are responsible for the collision. A skilled truck crash attorney can then demand maximum compensation for a significant truck accident injury or multiple semi truck accident injuries and losses.


Common Truck Accident FAQ’s

Answered by America’s Big Truck Lawyer, Darryl Isaacs

What are the Steps I Should Take After a Truck Accident?

If you’ve been involved in a collision with a large truck or commercial vehicle, you’ll need to protect yourself physically and legally. Here are the most critical steps to be taken after a truck crash:

  • Stay At the Scene Of the Collision when possible
  • Call 9-1-1 For Emergency Services
  • Check Other Vehicles For Injuries if Possible
  • Take Photos, Capture Videos & Record Audio of Evidence
  • Exchange Contact Info, Insurance Details, Drivers License # and Vehicle Info With Other Drivers
  • Don’t make Any Statements About the Crash
  • Get Your Case Evaluated By a Lawyer
  • Follow All Medical Advice & Attend All Doctor Appointments
  • Report the Accident To The Police, DMV or Other Authority
  • Begin Legal Action By Filing a Lawsuit – Timing Is Critical.

How Do Truck Accident Claims and Lawsuits Work?

When someone gets injured in a truck accident, it begins with filing a truck accident claim. These then are the basic steps of a lawsuit:

  • Sign a written agreement with a truck accident law firm
  • Be sure to only communicate through the truck law firm
  • Discovery: the collection and investigation of the evidence
  • Delivery of the injury demand letter
  • Negotiation of a fair settlement
  • Go to trial by judge and/or jury when negotiations fail

How Do I Get Compensated for My Injuries After a Truck Accident?

If you’ve been injured in a big rig collision or similar, you may deserve compensation for medical bills, lost wages, lost future earning potential, pain and suffering and more. When you file a claim for your injuries and consult with a truck accident lawyer, you’ll most likely to start by building a case against the trucker, trucking company and/or insurance company. You are compensated for your damages when a winning settlement or verdict is reached in your case.

What Are the Most Common Types of Truck Accident Cases?

Semi-trucks, buses, delivery vans, tractor-trailers and fuel trucks are among the most common commercial vehicles involved in truck accident lawsuits. Parties that have been injured as a result of a big rig collision will often file a claim and begin a lawsuit alleging that negligence occurred on the part of the truck driver and / or company and caused the collision and injuries.

How Does Vehicle Maintenance Affect Truck Accidents?

Commercial trucks are required to uphold federal compliance for maintenance standards and it’s the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration that regulates commercial truck safety. Nonetheless, common carriers can and do sometimes evade or ignore federal law in order to save money, and as a result, accidents involving truck maintenance issues occur.

Some common maintenance issues that affect trucking safety and collisions include:

  • Tires
  • Brakes
  • Headlights
  • Steering
  • Tow Hitch Defects
  • Lack of Inspections
  • Unsecured Loads

When Is A Commercial Vehicle Driver Considered Negligent?

Negligence occurs when there is a failure to exercise reasonable care in one’s actions, and as a result, someone is injured or damaged. For a commercial vehicle driver to be found negligent, it would need to be proven that the driver:

  • Owed a duty of ordinary care
  • Breached that duty of ordinary care
  • The breach of that duty of care caused injury or harm to another
  • The harm caused financial losses

What Other Commercial Vehicles Do You Handle Cases for?

At Isaacs and Isaacs we also handle cases involving collisions with:

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Isaacs and Isaacs helps injured victims assemble a team of experienced truck and commercial vehicle accident attorneys in these states:

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Truck Accident Injuries? Our Law Firm Has Collected Over $1 Billion For Clients

Darryl Isaacs — The Hammer — and the team of big rig accident attorneys at Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers have a collective 346 years of legal experience taking on the giants like trucking companies. We win or settle 99% of our cases and have already recovered over $1 billion or clients in KY, IN, and OH.

Let a trusted truck accident lawyer bear the court costs of litigation and represent you on a contingency fee basis. That means you don’t pay anything to our truck accident law firm until we win your case. We hope you will give us the opportunity to fight for your important cause.

Step one: Get a free case evaluation with a semi-truck accident attorney so we can hear your story and form a strategy. Our tractor-trailer accident lawyers serve clients throughout the United States. To speak with one of our experienced semi-truck crash attorneys, give us a call 24/7 at 800-800-8888 or fill out the contact form on this page.

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