Trucking Accidents

Trucking accidents all too often involve catastrophic injury or wrongful death. As more and more 18 wheelers drive across Arkansas highways and interstates, more trucking accidents occur year after year. Due to the catastrophic personal injuries that are usually associated with trucking accidents and the complexity of laws and regulations covering interstate trucking, it is imperative that an Arkansas personal injury lawyer who has experience dealing with tractor-trailer accidents is consulted.

Paul Pfeifer has represented people who have been seriously and permanently injured due to the negligence of truckers and trucking companies. Oftentimes truck drivers violate the law by speeding, tailgating, driving under the influence of prescription and illegal drugs, driving while fatigued, and driving too fast. Trucking companies are required by law to perform background checks on their drivers. However, these background checks are oftentimes flawed or not done at all. Additionally, some trucking companies' policies force their drivers to falsify logbooks, drive with defective equipment, and drive long hours.

It is necessary that the truck accident attorney fully investigate the causes of the accident so that the injured person and their family can receive full and fair compensation through a settlement. Oftentimes this requires an expert accident reconstructionist and review of the trucking company's documentation to determine how and why the accident occurred. It is important to obtain this information as quickly as possible before it is lost or destroyed by the trucking company.

Paul Pfeifer is an experienced tractor-trailer accident attorney. He will explain the steps that need to be taken after a truck wreck. Under Arkansas law there is a limited amount of time to file a claim for tractor-trailer accidents, so call today for a personal no-obligation consultation to discuss your rights and learn how you can recover fair and reasonable compensation for your injuries and losses.

Call us today at 501.374.4440 or contact us online for a free initial consultation. Consultations after hours and on weekends are available by appointment. The consultation is free, and you don't owe us any money unless we recover for you.