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Helping truck accident victims recover fair compensation


Motorists in Montana likely encounter large trucks on roadways throughout the state. While it is common to see these large vehicles transporting goods and shipments, these vehicles pose many risks and dangers on the road. With the holiday season around the corner, it is likely that residents will see an increase in large trucks used to deliver packages and gifts to individuals across the nation. Because of that, truck drivers are expected to travel long distances and make timely deliveries; however, this could present some incidences of negligence or recklessness behind the wheel.

Edwards, Fickle & Culver, Montana Trial Attorneys, understands that innocent motorists and vehicle passengers could fall victim to a truck crash. When a truck driver is speeding, fatigued or distracted, this could easily contribute to a collision on the roadway. Those harmed in the crash often experience serious injuries and tremendous damages.

Recovering compensation after a truck crash is different than holding a negligent driver responsible after a car crash. Our law firm understands that litigation of a truck accident involves multiple parties such as the truck driver, trucking company and the insurance company covering the semi-truck or commercial vehicle. We have over 30 years of experience, and we have helped past clients successfully prove liability and damages, assisting with their recovery of compensation.

Navigating a civil action following a truck accident might seem like a daunting and challenging task. It is important that accident victims and their loved ones fully understand what options are available to them and what constitutes a fair settlement. To learn more, see our law firm's truck accident overview. This website could provide general information, helping individuals make timely and informed decisions.