At Dollar, Burns, Becker & Hershewe, we bring negligence claims against the at-fault driver or drivers who caused or contributed to cause the crash.
Why Is It Important to Hire a Truck Crash Attorney as Soon as Possible?
Find out why it’s important that your rapid response team include persons specifically trained to handle legal matters in the aftermath of a truck crash.
How to Stay Safe While Driving in Construction Zones
With the onset of fall, highway construction crews are out in force to try to complete repairs before winter. Government-contracted construction projects have no sympathy for your commute time, so when weather permits the orange vests are out in full [...]Continue Reading
Stay Safe Near Semi-Trucks in Hazardous Winter Weather
If you’ve ever driven through a thunderstorm or a winter flurry, you know how drastically weather can affect the roads. Sometimes even the smallest puddle can cause a traffic accident. Truck drivers should be even more careful when driving through [...]Continue Reading
Strategies Trucking Companies Use to Avoid Paying Crash Victims
After being in an accident, truck crash victims become very busy, very quickly. In addition to the emotional shake-up, there are phone calls to make, insurance claims to file and often huge medical bills to pay. The stress of the [...]Continue Reading
Underride Crashes – A simple solution
Underride crashes kill more than 200 people in America each year. What is an underride crash? An underride crash occurs when a civilian vehicle crashes into a semi-truck and gets lodged in the space underneath the trailer. The results are often [...]Continue Reading
The Cost of Settling
How making a deal now can leave you high and dry later A truck hit your car. After taking the immediate steps to ensure everyone’s safety, you begin the long and thorny process of sorting out the damages. If you’ve [...]Continue Reading
Truckers With Deep Pockets – Lobbying within the transportation industry
The trucking industry spends millions of dollars each year to influence our government. Unfortunately, road safety and precautionary regulations often mean red tape and low profits for trucking companies. So these companies group together and donate large sums of money [...]Continue Reading
Who’s Driving? The Future of Autonomous Trucks and Road Safety
With the biggest names in the automobile business racing to the finish line, self-driving cars are just over the horizon. Sci-fi movie-caliber technology is just out of reach, and no one is more excited than the trucking industry. Automated trucks [...]Continue Reading
Dangerous American Highways
I believe that truck crash victims and their families should be guided to justice by someone who understands their situation and truly cares about the outcome. That is why I got into this profession, and that is what drives me [...]Continue Reading