Godfrey, Leibsle, Blackbourn & Howarth, S.C.
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Personal injury legal options following Wisconsin truck crashes

The period following a crash in Wisconsin is often filled with the pain of recovery and stress over a person’s financial situation. Many victims suffer as a result of lost wages and medical bills. To help cope with these expenses, they may consider filing personal injury lawsuits.

If you have been involved in a car crash caused by another’s negligence, the last thing you should have to worry about is how you will pay your medical bills. Our attorneys can help you seek the justice you deserve. If you were the victim of a tractor-trailer accident, you may have suffered more severe injuries, including amputation or injuries to your neck and head that will carry lifelong implications. We will work with medical experts to better understand your injuries to help you seek proper compensation .

In addition to the potential of causing more serious injuries, accidents involving tractor-trailers have several special considerations with which the attorneys at Godfrey, Leibsle, Blackbourn & Howarth, S.C., have experience. Often, it is found that some of the regulations specifically governing the trucking industry were violated leading up to an accident. These regulations deal with the number of hours a driver can drive and the amount of weight the vehicle can carry, in addition to the maintenance and repair of the vehicle.

We have the experience with personal injury lawsuits involving tractor-trailers in Wisconsin that you may need. Our firm is dedicated to providing you with the one-on-one care and attention you need to fully understand all the aspects of your case. If you or a loved one was injured in a truck accident caused by a negligent driver, we can help you in your pursuit of a fair settlement.

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