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Missouri Overweight Cargo Attorneys

Compensation for Victims of Truck Driver and Truck Company Negligence

With more than 25 years of experience, the attorneys at the Roberts Law Firm understand how to determine the cause of a truck accident. Frequently, our investigation reveals that an accident was caused by a truck being overloaded. There are specific safety guidelines truck companies have to follow regarding the size and weight of loads. If their failure to follow those guidelines causes an accident, they should be held accountable. We will see that they are.

To discuss your case with our Missouri overloaded truck accident lawyers, call us toll free at 866-585-5643 or send us an e-mail.

Trucks Have Limited Capabilities

While semi-trucks are built to carry massive loads, they do have limitations. Too much weight can impact the vehicles ability to stop and to take turns properly. Immediate investigation is critical in these cases because we need to be able to assess whether a truck has been overloaded before the evidence is removed. If we determine that a truck was overloaded, either intentionally or because of the truck company’s or truck driver’s negligence, that will be strong evidence that we will use to further your claim.

Accidents Caused By Unsecured Loads

An overloaded truck is dangerous for many reasons. If that load is also not properly secured, it can be even more dangerous. Our lawyers are able to handle cases involving loads that have fallen off or out of trucks. If your case involves being hit by a load falling off or out of a truck, or if it involves an accident caused by having to swerve to avoid a falling load, we can take your case and help you get compensation.

Contact Us About Compensation for Overloaded Truck Accidents

Our personal injury law firm is prepared to use our more than 25 years of experience to benefit you. Send us an e-mail or call us toll free at 866-585-5643.

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