Tractor-Trailer Accidents

Tractor-Trailer accidents are handled on a contingency basis, with a “no recovery, no fee promise” in every case.  We are paid only when you are paid.

Tractor-trailer car collisions are serious business.  Because of the remarkable weight, and the speed traveled by tractor-trailers, passengers in the car frequently suffer serious injuries.  The trucking industry, and their partners the tractor-trailer insurance industry, know the importance of being on the scene quickly.  Many times, following a tractor-trailer accident, investigators will be on-site, before the accident scene is cleared.  An immediate response is undertaken to limit the amount of money the injured can receive.

The insurance industry, and their partners the tractor-trailer companies, know the importance of being on the scene quickly.  The insurance industry and the truck companies seek to create their own record of what caused the collision.  In every accident case, the injured party benefits from having their own representatives as soon as they can.  However, in a tractor-trailer accident, that can be the difference between making a money recovery or not.

There is nothing wrong with tractor-trailer companies and insurance companies working quickly on behalf of the driver of the tractor-trailer, following an accident.  However, most injured individuals riding in a car do not understand the need to immediately protect their legal rights.  Frequently, while the injured driver or passenger is tending to their injuries, the tractor-trailer company and their insurance companies are working diligently to deny them any recovery.

Olson & Olson, PLC is experienced in handling injuries by tractor-trailer caused accidents.  It is important to have your own representatives working on your behalf as soon as possible.  Contact us, and we will get to work immediately.

Limited Time: Olson & Olson, PLC wants to remind you, that, in Tennessee, there is very limited time within which you can present a claim for a personal injury.  This law is referred to as the Statute of Limitations.  We have been presented with many cases, which were just a few days too late for injured persons to recover money they were entitled to receive, simply because they waited too long.  Olson & Olson, PLC does not give advice regarding any Statute of Limitations until we have met with the individual and understand the facts of each case.  Please do not wait too long.  Call us today.