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Negligence on the part of semi truck drivers and trucking companies puts the lives of innocent people at risk. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident with a large commercial truck, it is important to have an experienced attorney in your corner, making sure your voice is heard. At Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, our Nashville truck accident lawyers have extensive experience handling claims against trucking companies in Tennessee and beyond. We’ve been doing this since 1977, and have been voted “Best Law Firms” in Personal Injury by U.S. News for our efforts.
Call us today at (615) 933-2893 to schedule your free consultation or contact us online.
Our Nashville trucking accident lawyers are well versed in the state and federal laws governing truck accident injuries, including the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations. We have access to a network of elite experts in accident reconstruction, medicine and other fields who will provide an honest evaluation of the case. Our award-winning firm is a leader in the field of personal injury law, and our attorneys are members of:
Our firm’s passion for representing the injured has allowed us to secure millions on their behalf in record-breaking verdicts across the state. In short, you can entrust your case to us. Contact our firm today to find out how we can put these resources to work for your case.
Highway I-40, Highway I-24, and Highway I-75 are busy thoroughfares for commercial traffic in Tennessee. A fully loaded commercial motor vehicle (CMV) can weigh upwards of 80,000 pounds. In addition to weight, the large size of a semi-truck makes it difficult for drivers to brake quickly. Blind spots are also larger. All these factors can contribute to an accident, especially when an element of negligence is introduced.
Our firm vigorously represents people who have been harmed as the result of:
Although the Tennessee Highway Patrol Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division has six CMV inspection sites throughout the state, established to catch trucking negligence and rule violations, accidents can still happen. When they do, turn to the Nashville truck accident attorneys at Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge.
If you’ve been in a truck accident, call us at (615) 933-2893.
Following a truck accident, you’ll be faced with a number of parties who are all demanding your attention. First and foremost, your medical needs will need to be addressed. Before anything else, make sure your emergency needs—and the needs of your loved ones—are met. Nothing is as important as your personal safety and health in this situation, no matter what.
The steps following the truck accident are crucial, however. You must:
The sooner you have a legal advocate, the more likely your claim will end in your favor. What is important is that you do not speak with opposing insurance adjusters or trucking companies. They may attempt to settle with you quickly and cheaply because they know that a full claim would be costly. Do not fall for it—let our attorneys handle the situation for you.
Call our firm today at (615) 933-2893 to schedule your free case consultation.
Our team of seasoned attorneys includes certified civil trial and medical malpractice specialists who have tried hundreds of cases.
We have recovered millions in record-setting verdicts for our clients varying from medical malpractice to catastrophic auto accidents.
We put personal attention on all of our cases and fight for the best possible outcome. Our clients are more than a number or a case to us.
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