Truck accidents are different from car accidents in many ways. The size of the vehicle causing the accident is much larger than a standard car, and any collision involving a semi-trailer potentially involves federal trucking safety regulations and multiple defendants. The owner, lessor, operator, maintenance contractor, or any of several other parties with an ownership or contractual relationship with the semi truck, its driver, or its freight might be liable.
Are you dealing with a serious personal injury after a truck accident? Did your loved one die in a fatal truck accident, and you want to learn your options in pursuing a wrongful death claim? Hudson & Castle has the resources and capacity to handle serious injury and fatal trucking accident in the aftermath of a trucking accident on any Delaware highway, including Route 1 or I-95. Claims may arise from the following:
- Construction vehicle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Maintenance, repair or inspection vehicles
- Delivery vans or trucks
- Moving vans
- Taxis, limos, or courtesy shuttles
Attorneys at Hudson & Castle have more than 50 years’ combined experience investigating and proving complex liability claims against defendants subject to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. Bruce Hudson and Josh Inkell have the knowledge and skills necessary to get the most out of your claims against corporate defendants with multi-million-dollar liability coverage.
If you or someone you know has been injured or killed in a truck accident, Hudson & Castle can help you get the maximum compensation. We approach each case ethically, honorably, and skillfully, beginning with a free consultation, continuing with the convenience of flexible appointments, and finally, charge you nothing unless we win or settle. We also handle cases on behalf of our clients who are Delaware residents but have been injured in nearby Pennsylvania. Please call Hudson & Castle at 302-428-8800 (Monday-Friday, 8.30am – 5pm, ET), or contact us, and we will soon be in touch with you.