Truck Accident Lawyer Oklahoma
Each year, thousands of Americans are killed in motor vehicle accidents involving commercial trucks, while tens of thousands are seriously injured in truck accidents. Many of these injuries are preventable because they are caused by the negligence, carelessness or poor choices of truck drivers and owners.
The Problem With Insurance Companies
Truck accident victims and their families can and should file a claim for compensation when they are hurt as a result of the negligence of another party. For example, if your case involves a truck driver who was tired behind the wheel before a collision with your car, you or your loved ones may be able to recover funds for medical bills, damaged property, lost income, pain and suffering, or loss of life that occurred as a result of the accident.
The problem is that the driver or trucking company’s insurance company will fight tooth and nail to deny or minimize your injury or wrongful death claim; claims adjusters will gather evidence and work hard to pay the smallest possible amount. That is why you need the help of an experienced personal injury attorney who understands how insurance companies work and who knows how to take them to task.
Prepared For Trial | Ready To Go Anywhere
I am Randy Lee Bumgarner, an Oklahoma City attorney with 30 years of practice experience. If you are seeking an Oklahoma City truck accident lawyer, I can help you get the fair treatment you deserve. I and my associates are prepared to take any injury case to trial to fight for full and fair compensation. My firm is also prepared to go anywhere to meet with clients on short notice, as we are equipped with a private plane for that specific purpose.
The Law Offices of Randy Lee Bumgarner & Associates can help you maximize the compensation you receive if your case involves:
• A tractor-trailer wreck or collision with an 18-wheeler
• A driver who was fatigued
• A driver who was distracted or under the influence of alcohol or drugs
• A trucking company that failed to properly maintain its vehicles or allowed a vehicle to be dangerously overloaded
• A serious brain or spinal cord injury
• The wrongful death of a loved one
Every truck accident is different. Make sure you talk to a knowledgeable attorney about your case before you talk to an insurance claims adjuster.