Override And Underride Truck Accident Lawyers
Due to the height difference between passenger cars and big rigs, overrides and underrides are one of the most common types of truck accidents. Tragically, they are also among the most deadly.
When not fatal, victims of these types of truck accidents may sustain serious injury to the head, neck, back, and chest – injuries that requires both immediate and long-term medical care. When these injuries are the result of someone else’s careless behavior, victims have every right to seek compensation well in excess of the paltry offerings of insurance companies.
If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident with a commercial vehicle, please call the Duncan Firm at 877-638-6226 today to set up a free consultation with an experienced Arkansas truck accident attorney.
Dangerous Truck Accidents
An override occurs when the trailer of a big rig goes over the top of a passenger vehicle. This may be caused by an overloaded trailer, vehicle malfunction, or simply poor maneuvering – all factors that cannot be adjusted for when driving next to a commercial vehicle.
Underride accidents occur when a smaller vehicle slides underneath a trailer. These may result from defective roadways, inclement weather, and other factors that can make seeking compensation more difficult.
How Duncan Firm Can Help
The Arkansas truck accident attorneys at the Duncan Firm combine decades of experience with state-of-the-art technology to help victims of override and underride accidents get justice. We know that establishing liability is essential for securing full compensation. We also know the tricks defense attorneys and insurance companies use to try and cheat victims out of fair settlements.
We are prepared to fight tooth and nail for your rights and to take your case as far as needed to help you get every penny you are due. To schedule a free consultation, please contact us online or call 877-638-6226 today. The Duncan Firm represents victims of truck accidents throughout Arkansas and West Tennessee.