Whether you call them semi-trucks, 18-wheelers, or tractor-trailers, the one thing we can all agree on is each of these large vehicles can and do cause severe and even life-threatening injuries when they collide with a much smaller passenger vehicle.
Nearly 25,000 tractor-trailers were involved in crashes on our Texas roadways last year, causing thousands of injuries, and placing our state highest in the number of traffic fatalities involving large trucks over the same period.
Those tragic statistics are not confined to the state. Houston has a reputation for having some of the deadliest roads in the country. Our residents’ long commute times on roads and highways that are designed for fast-moving traffic only adds to the potential for truck accidents to occur in a city that is economically dependent on the petroleum industry. These large semi-trucks and gas tankers are consistently visible throughout the city, and when they collide with passenger vehicles, the outcome can be devastating.
If you were hurt in a Houston truck accident, your medical expenses can quickly become overwhelming as you seek care for your broken bones, or back, neck, and head injuries. Unfortunately, your personal injuries may require long-term medical care, at-home care, or in-patient hospital care that disrupts your livelihood for months to come.
Do not devote the energy you do have to fight with the truck driver, trucking company or a third-party insurance representative to pursue the financial recovery you deserve for your injuries. Our experienced truck accident attorneys in Houston are available now to discuss your case and develop the best outcome available for your unique financial needs.
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Contact our Houston semi-truck accident lawyers at the Nava Law Group, P.C. today at (713) 218-2424 to schedule a free consultation where we will discuss your complete injuries and the exact financial compensation requirements that will allow you to move forward with confidence.