Kansas Trucking Accident Lawyer
Serving Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri
If you have been injured in a collision with a tractor-trailer, 18-wheeler, or other large commercial truck in Kansas, Missouri, or Oklahoma, the trucking accident lawyers of Madden & Orsi can help. Crashes involving large commercial trucks can result in catastrophic personal injuries, and often result in wrongful death. Our personal injury lawyers will make sure your resulting claim for physical injuries, medical treatment, and lost wages is handled properly, and will fight for the settlement you deserve.
Tractor-trailer accidents are more complex than accidents involving two cars, because both the state and federal government regulates commercial trucking. After discussing the details of your case, our experienced truck accident attorneys will carefully examine the circumstances surrounding your accident to discern whether or not negligence was a factor.
If the driver of the truck caused the accident because he or she was operating his or her vehicle in a reckless manner, it may be possible to file suit against both the truck driver and the trucking company that employs him or her. Our lawyers often find that many truck drivers do not hold the proper operators permit, have not received proper training, or have not gotten enough sleep. Trucking companies are responsible for monitoring these things, and a failure to do so may be considered negligence.
In addition to providing top-notch representation, our attorneys will also work with your insurance company to ensure that you receive fair treatment regarding your property damage claim. These claims could be significant in any accident involving a large truck.
If you have been injured in a truck accident on I-35, I-70, and KS HWY 50, or if you have lost a loved one as the result of such an accident, contact the attorneys of Madden & Orsi today to schedule a free initial consultation.
Serving the Kansas cities of Wichita, Maize, Eastborough, Andover, Derby, Park City, Valley Center, Clearwater, Goddard, Augusta, Newton, and Hutchinson, and Sedgwick, Harvey, and Reno counties; Kansas City, and Jackson county, Missouri, as well as Ponca City and Kay county in Northern Oklahoma