Leveling The Playing Field Between Injury Victims And Trucking Companies

There are many different parts that contribute to the operation of a trucking company, including drivers, freight loaders, mechanics and equipment, and there are many different things that can go wrong in the course of doing business. When accidents happen, it is typically the trucking company that is ultimately held responsible regardless of where in the process the negligence occurred.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a Pennsylvania truck accident, it is important that you have a dedicated personal injury attorney representing you from the outset. The lawyers representing the trucking company and its insurance company will try anything to avoid being held accountable for the injuries that victims suffer and often attempt to pass the blame to another party. An experienced attorney will work to ensure that your interests are protected at every stage.

A Harrisburg Trucking Company Negligence Law Firm You Can Trust

At the law firm of Graham & Mauer, P.C., we have represented countless injury victims throughout eastern and central Pennsylvania in a wide variety of truck accident claims. We know how trucking companies operate and the lengths they will go to in order to avoid a liability claim. We work hard to see that they answer for the harm caused by trucking companies and their employees.

Our experience with these cases includes matters involving negligent hiring, insufficient training, negligent maintenance, regulatory violations and driver negligence. We have the commitment, the skill and the resources to fully investigate your accident so that we can present the strongest possible case in support of your claim for damages.

Talk To An Attorney About Your Truck Accident Claim

Contact one of our offices in Valley Forge or Harrisburg to learn more about your rights and what we can do to protect them. You can schedule a free consultation by calling us toll free at 866-382-8568 or sending us an email. An attorney will answer the phone when you call.