Attorney For Victims Of Indiana Truck Accidents
Semitruck accident cases can become highly complicated. Whose insurance covers personal injuries — the insurance of the injured party, the truck driver, the truck’s owner, the company that contracted the delivery, or a combination of all four? Which company owns the semitruck and what state and jurisdiction is it located in? And what possible negligence factors on the part of the driver and trucking company caused the accident?
For a free consultation about getting compensation for losses suffered in a truck accident in Indiana, call Steve Crell Law at 317-669-9791.
Experienced Truck Accident Attorney
I am Steve Crell, an attorney who has handled hundreds of semitruck accident and personal injury cases since 1988, including numerous cases involving truck and 18-wheeler accidents. I can conduct investigations of black box chips, driver’s logs and truck maintenance records to discover violations of FCC and DOT trucking regulations. For example:
- Did improper care of brakes, tires, trailer hitches, pumps or other vehicle components cause the accident?
- Was the driver trained improperly or have enough rest?
- Did the driver use illegal drugs or alcohol?
- Did the trucking company or driver fail to adequately secure the truck load?
- Was the driver driving negligently or recklessly?
Seeking The Best Possible Settlement Or Award
My recent successes regarding tractor-trailer, semitruck, 18-wheeler, large pickup and big-rig accidents include:
My client’s lumbar spine was injured in a truck/car rear-end accident. I settled the case for the insurance policy limits of $250,000.
My client’s car was crushed when a large garbage truck turned left without warning, resulting in severe orthopedic injuries. I settled the case in pretrial mediation for $700,000. By opting for mediation, I obtained the full assessed value of the case and saved our client significant costs that would have been incurred in litigation.
Learn more about my representative settlements and verdicts.
If you were injured in an accident involving a delivery truck, bus, tractor-trailer, semitruck, 18-wheeler, big rig or any other type of commercial vehicle, I can help. I work exclusively on a contingency fee basis, am available for evening and weekend appointments, and can visit you in your home or hospital. I am conveniently located at Keystone at the Crossing, with free parking and access to major business and local governmental offices, as well as shopping and dining establishments.
Free Consultation With A Lawyer
Call my firm at 317-669-9791, and ask to speak directly with Steve Crell. If you can’t come to my office in Indianapolis, I can visit you at your home or in the hospital.