Denver Truck Accident Attorneys
Truck accidents can be catastrophic, especially when they happen on busy roads, when smaller vehicles are involved, or when trucks are hauling hazardous materials. After you’ve been in an accident with a semi-truck, retaining a lawyer can be the key to recovering and getting your life back to normal.
At Dormer, Harpring & Gray, we are dedicated to representing truck accident survivors, including families who have lost loved ones in fatal truck crashes. Effective at protecting injured victims, we are ready to provide you with personal service, compassionate support, and unique representation if you have been hurt in a truck accident.
We encourage you to continue exploring the following truck accident information pages to find out more about how we can help you. And please don’t hesitate to contact us when you ready to learn more about your recovery options following a truck accident.
Some of the most common types of truck accidents – like jackknifes, underride crashes, and rollovers – are often caused by errors, misjudgments, or misconduct by the trucker. When a trucker’s mistake or reckless action causes a truck accident, we are to help injured people get compensation.
The mistakes and careless actions of truck drivers cause at least 40 percent of all truck accidents in the U.S.1 These are not the only issues, however, that can cause truck crashes.
For instance, the actions of trucking companies, other drivers, and even the manufacturers of trucking equipment can also contribute to trucking accidents.
At Dormer, Harpring & Gray, we are skilled at identifying all of the factors contributing to truck accidents in order to help injured people maximize their recoveries.
Federal trucking regulations cover everything from commercial truckers and their vehicles to the companies that employ truckers. For example, these rules cover issues like drivers’ on-duty time, cargo securement rules, and trucker drug testing.
The common theme tying these trucking regulations together is that they are all intended to prevent truck accidents, injuries, and deaths.
When FMCSA trucking regulations are violated and these violations lead to truck accidents, we can help injured people seek justice.
After a truck accident, victims often question whether they really need to retain an attorney. For many truck accident victims who are serious about their recoveries, the answer is “yes.”
For truck accident survivors in Colorado, retaining an attorney at Dormer, Harpring & Gray can make all of the difference in the strength and success of their cases. That is because our lawyers know how to bring truck accident cases to successful resolutions, and because we will do everything possible to help injured people secure the full amount of compensation they deserve.
Contact a Denver Truck Accident Attorney at Dormer, Harpring & Gray, LLC
If you have been hurt in a truck accident or if you have lost a loved one to a truck crash, contact a Denver truck accident attorney at Dormer, Harpring & Gray by calling (303) 756-3812 or by emailing our firm via the contact form on this page.
Our commitment to representing people from all walks of life means that we never charge for a consultation and that our legal fees are “contingent,” meaning they’re based only on the amount we recover.
From offices based in Denver, our attorneys provide exceptional representation to people throughout Denver County, Adams County, Boulder County, Arapahoe County, Jefferson County, and the state of Colorado.
1: According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)