There are many individuals in Minnesota who believe that a truck accident is equivalent to a regular car accident. However, this is simply not true. Not only is a truck a completely different vehicle from a regular car, but the laws that govern how an industrial vehicle should operate while traveling on public highways are entirely different than the laws that the general motorist has to follow. Having an attorney that understands the difference between trucking and traffic laws is essential in a Michigan truck accident case. Our attorneys full understand the regulations for the trucking industry and will use this knowledge to uncover negligence and aggressively fight for your rights.
If you have been injured as a result of a truck accident in Minnesota, an attorney at our firm wants to help you get the justice you deserve. Contact our Minnesota Truck Accident Attorney to get a FREE CASE EVALUATION to find out about your legal rights.
2007 Minnesota Auto Crash Statistics
- 2,277 Tractor Trailers were Involved in Non-Fatal Crashes
- 734 Tractor Trailers were Involved in Injury Crashes
- 1,066 Injuries resulted from Tractor Trailer Crashes
- 1,543 Tractor Trailers were Involved in Towaway Crashes
- 46 Tractor Trailers were Involved in Hazmat (HM) Placard Crashes
There are numerous reasons why a truck accident may occur. Some common reasons in Minnesota include overloading, mechanical failure, fatigue, and blind spots. However, only an attorney that specializes in truck accidents will be able to determine the exact cause of the incident. That is why it is important to seek legal counseling from an attorney as soon as possible. We will be able to create the strongest case for you in order to get you the compensation you need.
If you or a loved one have been injured as a result of a large truck or any other type of vehicle in the following Minnesota cities, get a FREE CASE EVALUATION from a lawyer within your area.