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Missouri Delivery Van Crash Attorneys

Committed to Compensation for Truck Accident Victims

At the Roberts Law Firm, we have more than 25 years of experience representing accident victims. If you or someone in your family has been injured in an accident involving a commercial truck or van, you can be certain that we can help.

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

No Matter What Type of Vehicle Caused the Accident

There are a lot of commercial vehicles on the streets. Aside from semi-trucks, there are cars plastered with company logos, vans delivering flowers, FedEx and UPS box trucks and more. When one of these vehicles causes an accident, the claim must be handled somewhat differently than a claim against an independent driver.

Our experience means we understand the distinctions between different types of accidents. For example, in a delivery truck accident, we may end up taking action against the company that owns the truck, either instead of or in addition to action against the driver of the truck. This opens up more opportunities for us to ensure we get the compensation you need.

Careful Review to Get You the Compensation You Need

While we will put a lot of work into investigating the accident itself, we will not overlook the medical aspects of your case. We will work closely with you and your treating doctors to make certain that we understand the severity of your injuries. We want to make certain that the amount of compensation we seek is enough to cover the cost of treatment now and into the future.

Contact Us About Compensation for Commercial Vehicle 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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