Choose an Experienced Truck Maintenance Accident Lawyer

Did Someone's Failure to Maintain a Truck Cause Your Injury?

Semi trucks and other commercial vehicles carry thousands of pounds of weight. This is one reason why truck maintenance, especially brake maintenance, is so closely regulated. In any truck accident, the possibility of poor truck maintenance should be investigated. For assistance identifying the cause of your truck accident and injury, and for strong representation, contact Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton in Provo, Utah, at (801) 370-0505, or toll free at (800) 898-4878.

At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we will ensure your rights are protected and fight to help you obtain the maximum compensation available for your truck accident injury.

Most personal injury cases can be settled through negotiation. However, if going to trial is necessary to obtain optimal results for you and your family, we will not hesitate to represent you in front of a judge.

Investigating Truck Maintenance Issues Following an Accident

The trucking company will use their own investigators and experts to formulate a cause of a truck accident. Often, they will rule out any maintenance issues as a cause, so it is extremely important that an unbiased investigation also takes place. Following a truck accident, do not speak with any representative of the trucking company or its insurance company. Consult an attorney as soon as possible. At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we will research the truck maintenance records and logs and attempt to uncover any evidence of negligence.

Call a Utah Truck Maintenance Accident Lawyer

To speak with a Utah truck maintenance lawyer in a free, no obligation consultation, call our law firm toll free at (800) 898-4878, or contact us online for a timely response. Our attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience. We charge no fees unless we make a recovery or settlement in your personal injury claim, and all services for the recovery of no-fault and personal injury protection insurance (PIP) benefits are free.