Trucking Accident Attorneys in Kansas City
Missouri Truck Accident Lawyers
"Unmatched experience and compassion for their clients and unmatched passion for truck safety." Daphne Izer, Founder, Parents Against Tired Truckers (P.A.T.T.) and mother of Jeff Izer, killed in a truck accident, Lisbon Falls, Maine.
The law offices of Dollar, Burns & Becker, L.C., has built a nationwide reputation for our representation of injured trucking accident victims — both in and out of the courtroom. We vigorously pursue maximum compensation for trucking accident injuries. As part of resolving cases, we hold defendants accountable for their negligence and often force them to increase safety practices and other standards to avoid causing harm in the future.
As victim's rights advocates, we also fight for legislative reform through our involvement in local, state, and national victims rights organizations.
The legal community knows the results we obtain and the work we do in the political and legal fields to affect change. Clients appreciate our compassionate, yet tough representation we give them to obtain proper and just results for their catastrophic injuries. As a result, our Kansas City, Missouri, trucking accident law firm often receives referrals from clients and other law firms alike.
Contacts us for a free consultation. Attorneys' fees on contingency.
Handling All Types of Truck Accident Claims
At Dollar, Burns & Becker, L.C., our trucking accident lawyers vigorously pursue compensation for accident victims suffering from catastrophic injuries Link and the wrongful death of their loved one. We have the experience and knowledge to handle even the most difficult 18-wheeler accidents involving:
- Construction zone accidents
- Crossover accidents
- Rollover truck accidents
- Accidents caused by jackknifing
- Tire blowouts
- Trucks carrying hazardous cargo
- Other truck accident claims
Contact a Trucking Accident Lawyer as Soon as Possible
If you or someone you love has been injured in a semi truck wreck, contact a Missouri trucking accident lawyer as soon as possible after the accident.
Trucking companies have representatives in the field who often arrive at accident scenes while emergency medical personnel are still trying to help the injured. These representatives often steer law enforcement officials away from evidence and information that would be helpful for the injured person.
Evidence, such as driver's logs and electronic control modules (ECM's or black boxes) can be lost or destroyed. ECMs record speed, braking, RPMs and gear shifting. Obtaining logs and ECMs is important, because these devices are often used to place liability on the trucker or trucking company.
Trucking companies need to be held accountable for their violations. Contact us today for a free consultation to learn how our Missouri trucking accident lawyers can help.