Experienced Oklahoma Attorneys Here To Help You Get Justice After Your Car Accident Involving A Commercial Truck

Commercial truck and tractor-trailer drivers, known as CDL drivers, often spend long hours behind the wheel covering vast distances.

In these situations, it is difficult, if not impossible, to maintain optimal levels of concentration over such a long period of time.

Although complex federal regulations limit the number of hours a commercial driver can drive and requires certain mandatory breaks, drivers and their employers do not always observe those rules. As such, accidents occur.

Some common causes of truck accidents include:

Many accidents take place in construction zones, where traffic may be forced to slow down or navigate narrow turns with little warning. Trucks entering these zones at high speeds may not be able to slow down in time, leading to rear-end collisions and pileups.

Commercial Truck Accidents Are More Likely To Result In Death

Commercial truck accidents generally involve collisions with smaller passenger vehicles. Rear-end collisions, sideswipes and head-on collisions often occur on highways all across the state of Oklahoma.

Unfortunately, given the sheer size and weight of trucks, accidents involving trucks, semi trucks or 18-wheelers often result in serious catastrophic injuries or loss of life.

Experienced Oklahoma City Attorneys Who Care

If you or a loved one was involved in a truck accident, you are likely facing medical expenses — or funeral expenses. Fortunately, there is hope.

At Dawkins & Gowens Law Firm, in Oklahoma City, our truck accident attorneys are dedicated to helping people like you seek justice and obtain necessary compensation.

Our legal team consists of skilled trial lawyers with nearly six decades of combined experience. Collectively, we have handled thousands of cases.

Contact Us To Learn How Our Firm Can Help.

Learn more about our team and how we can help you or your loved one.

Call 405-254-8461 to arrange a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys. You may also contact us online, and we will get back to you shortly.

We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. You will pay no attorney's fees unless we obtain recovery for you. Additionally, we advance costs that means you will pay nothing upfront.