Honest, Credible & Thoughtful Injury Representation

Attorney Fighting For Accident Victims

We see commercial vehicles on the streets all the time but pay them almost no special attention. However, it can be particularly deadly when 18-wheelers, garbage trucks, local delivery vehicles and other commercial vehicles collide with smaller vehicles. In many cases, the injuries that result from these accidents are catastrophic. In the worst of cases, commercial vehicle accidents can be fatal.

If you or a loved one has been in an accident with a commercial vehicle, our law firm can help you. As a solo-attorney firm serving clients in Louisville and throughout Kentucky, The Tucker Law Firm, PLLC represents injured clients in all types of accident claims, including commercial vehicle accident claims. We take the time to research the case and create a winning claim for you. With dedication and professionalism, we will do whatever we can to get you the compensation you deserve.

Handling A Range Of Accident Claims

We represent clients in cases involving:

  • 18-wheelers: Louisville, Kentucky, is an important thoroughfare for all types of trucking. Logging trucks are extremely common in this area, as are many other types of big rig vehicles.
  • Delivery trucks: We represent clients injured by USPS trucks, UPS trucks, FedEx trucks and all types of local delivery company trucks.
  • Taxi and rideshare vehicles: In addition to taxi cabs, the popularity of Uber and other rideshare vehicles has increased tremendously in recent years, increasing the risk of accidents.
  • Service vehicles: Accidents with cable company vehicles, construction vehicles, plumbing and electrical repair vehicles, and other local service vehicles are common in Louisville.

We handle cases involving any type of commercial vehicle in Louisville and throughout the surrounding areas of Kentucky.

Multiple Possible Defendants

For the most part, a commercial vehicle accident case is similar to any type of auto wreck claim. However, one difference involves the professional aspect. When someone is driving as a part of their employment, it is sometimes possible to bring in the employer as a defendant, as well as the driver. In these cases, more potential money is available with more substantial insurance coverage.

We know how to determine what type of claim to bring and whom to name as defendants to maximize the compensation available in your case.

Get A Free Consultation With Attorney Lee Tucker

Time is an important factor in these cases. It is critical to get a lawyer involved as soon as possible. Call me at 888-607-4246 or email us right away to schedule your free initial consultation. We take cases on a contingency fee basis, so you won’t have to pay any attorney fees unless and until we win your case.