Oklahoma City Truck Accident Lawyer
At the intersection of Interstates 35, 40 and 44, the Oklahoma City metro area sees more than its fair share of tractor-trailer and other large truck traffic. With so many trucks sharing road space with cars, there is always the risk for accidents causing serious injuries.
The Cotton Law Firm represents victims of road accidents caused by negligent truck drivers. Accidents too often cause significant injuries and leave whole families wondering how to pick up the pieces. Attorney Eric D. Cotton and our legal team are here to help people hold negligent parties accountable for their actions.
Speak with a lawyer as soon as possible following a truck accident to maximize your personal injury claim. Call 405-285-0816 for a free case evaluation.
Edmond Semi Truck And 18-Wheeler Accident Attorney
Because accidents caused by large trucks often involve multiple vehicles, they can be inherently more complex than typical car crashes. With the number of victims, more insurance companies will be involved, and trucking companies and their insurance companies make these cases even more complicated.
We have experience handling these types of complex claims, and Attorney Cotton has worked in insurance defense and, therefore, knows how to navigate the labyrinth of insurance company processes. We work aggressively to quickly gather as much evidence as possible: Driver logs and “black box” devices installed on many trucks can be essential in determining the cause of a crash and the extent of a truck driver’s liability.
We know the claims process can be confusing and make it as easy for our clients and their families as possible. If you or a loved one has been hit by a truck, we are here to get you the compensation you deserve.
Contact The Cotton Law Firm
We offer a free initial consultation, so you do not have to wonder whether you have a legal claim for your injuries. Email us or call 405-285-0816 to speak with our Oklahoma City motorcycle accident attorney. With offices in Edmond, we represent clients throughout the Oklahoma City metro area.