Truck Crash Lawyer St Louis
Truck Crash Attorney in St Louis. Burger Law specializes in a full range of truck crash injuries and represents many victims of truck crashes in the Greater St Louis area. Truck drivers cover hundreds of thousands of miles every year on American roads utilizing trucking vehicles that weigh up to 70,000 pounds. Federal state regulations govern their driving by giving them safety rules to ensure they safely travel through the public. When these rules are violated and result in injuring or killing someone, Gary Burger, and his associates are often asked for assistance. The truck crash lawyers at Burger Law have tried and won a multitude of truck crash cases caused by intoxicated drivers, improper vehicle maintenance, excessive weight hauling, distracted driving, negligent lane usage, right of way violations, and more. If you or a loved one has been injured in a trucking accident, we are prepared to aggressively investigate and litigate to ensure your receive a full recovery.
Truck companies and their insurers attempt to pay out little compensation to truck accident victims, and it is too often that victims are left with severe injuries without the compensation needed to handle medical bills and financial damage. When you work with the truck crash attorneys at Burger Law, we will protect you from insurance companies while working with medical care providers to ensure that you’re being properly treated. Burger Law offers free case evaluations for injury victims in St Louis and the surrounding areas. To receive maximum compensation for your truck accident injuries, contact Burger Law by calling (314) 542-2222 or completing our online contact form.
The truck crash lawyers at Burger Law offer legal services throughout the Greater Missouri and Illinois region. If you’d like to learn more about truck crash injury types, what to do after a truck accident or anything in between, contact the Burger Law firm today. We look forward to providing you with the highest quality of advice, support, and litigation.