Truck Accidents

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Truck Accident Attorney

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While many attorneys claim to handle truck accident cases, Randy W. Ferguson dedicates more than 75% of his practice to handling truck accident and commercial vehicle cases. It’s important that you hire a truck accident lawyer who can win your case. From the first day you hire your trucking accident attorney, there are steps he or she should take and questions that need to be asked. Whether you live in Huntsville or in any other city or state, we are the attorneys (abogados) you need to contact if you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed in a tractor trailer accident. We are here to help. We offer no obligation FREE CONSULTATIONS to all truck accident victims. Call 256-534-3435 or 256-350-7200. We are here to help.

Trucking is a big business, and trucking accidents happen way more than they have to in this country. Huntsville, Alabama trucking lawyer Randy Ferguson understands that highway safety is an issue of great concern to most Alabamians. Semi truck and eighteen wheeler accidents present unique issues not necessarily associated with a typical motor vehicle accident. Birmingham, Cullman, Decatur and Huntsville, Alabama all have interstates that carry thousands of eighteen wheelers a day down their roads. Some of the busiest interstates in this country run through Atlanta, Georgia, Nashville, Tennessee, and Birmingham, Alabama. When a tractor trailer truck is involved in a accident, there is a greater likelihood of serious injuries or deaths due to size disparities between trucks and cars and the basic laws of physics.

Huntsville Truck Accident Information

Every year, hundreds of Alabama residents along with thousands of Americans are injured or lose their lives in accidents involving tractor-trailers, semis, 18-wheelers, big rigs and other large commercial vehicles. For the past 30 years, fatigued driving has been, and will continue to be, the number one safety issue in the commercial motor vehicle industry. A typical fully-loaded large commercial truck can weigh 80,000 pounds or more, while an average passenger automobile weighs approximately 3000 pounds. Because of this size disparity, and due to the basic laws of physics, any trucking collision between a commercial truck and another vehicle is likely to result in serious, even fatal, injuries. While statistics show that truck drivers are generally much more careful on the road than automobile drivers, and thankfully the incidence of fatal crashes involving trucks and other large vehicles has declined in recent years, large truck crashes still accounted for 5350 fatalities and 133,000 injuries in 2001.

Causes of Truck Accidents

Thousands are injured each year in truck accidents in Alabama. There are various causes of truck crashes including:

  • Driver fatigue: Driver fatigue causes 18 percent of trucking accidents or almost one in five.
  • Sleep-deprived and drowsy truckers: Many eighteen wheeler accidents are caused by sleepy truck drivers. That is why the law requires them to only drive a certain amount of hour per day.
  • Overloaded or unsafe trucks: When a truck’s load exceeds state and federal weight limits, the truck driver and all other motor vehicles on the highway face the risk of an accident.
  • Speeding: Almost 1/3 of all fatal car crashes in the U.S. are caused by excessive speeding.
  • Weather and road conditions: Fog, ice, floods, snow and heavy winds create driving hazards and limit visibility for safe driving.
  • Driver distractions: Some common distractions are passengers, cell phones, satellite radio, hands-free devices and outside distractions.
  • Drunk Driving: Truck accidents are sometimes caused by drunk drivers. Blood alcohol concentration levels are lower for commercial drivers, meaning that truckers may not test at or above .04 BAC, or about half as much as the .08 legal limit in Alabama. In these cases you can also pursue bar owners, restaurants, liquor stores, or others who served a truck driver alcohol.
  • Failure to Yield to Pedestrians: When a big rig or semi driver is negligent and hits a pedestrian, the seriously injured party or their survivors often have a case against the driver and his trucking insurance. Truck drivers have a duty to watch for pedestrians and bicyclists on or near roadways. While these types of accidents can happen to adults or children, children are at a particular risk due to their tendency to run into road without looking.
  • Failure to yield: Alabama truck drivers approaching traffic lights and yield signs must yield the right-of-way to other motor vehicles, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Failure to yield is a common cause of truck accidents in Alabama. Any commercial truck driver in Alabama who fails to yield the right-of-way is typically considered at fault.
  • Running red lights and stop signs: The two most common reasons drivers run stop signs are impatience or inattention. Drivers who run stop signs cause approximately 70,000 accidents each year. In roughly one-third of these accidents, someone is seriously injured.
  • Driving too fast for conditions: Driving too fast for conditions does not only include speeding. Truck drivers in Alabama often drive too fast for road conditions, which can lead to accidents. Driving too fast for conditions accounts for about 23% of all truck accidents leading to over 30,000 trucking accidents each year.
  • Failure to stay in lane: The failure to keep your commercial vehicle within the marked lanes is one of the most common causes of truck accidents. All drivers are required to operate their vehicle within the clearly marked painted lane lines. Further, if you change lanes, you must use your turn signals.
  • Failure to train driver: There are a lot of unqualified truck drivers on the road. Commercial truck drivers need training both in a classroom and on the road. When a truck driver’s negligence is the result of improper training, an injured individual can sue the trucking company for not training or not knowing the driver was untrained.
  • Prescription drug use: Truck drivers often fail to tell their employers that they are taking prescription medicines that could impact their ability to drive. Many prescription drugs that people take for depression, sleeplessness, anxiety, and chronic conditions such as obesity, diabetes, and autoimmune issues can affect an individual’s driving ability.
  • Unfamiliarity with roadway: One of the most common causes of truck crashes in Alabama is unfamiliarity with local roads. Road construction and improvements often surprise unsuspecting truck drivers.
  • Failure to watch for motorcycles: Many motorcycle accidents are caused by truck drivers who do not see the motorcycle before changing lanes.
  • Following to close: Truck drivers tailgating other motor vehicles are a common cause of truck accidents in Alabama and Tennessee. Depending on size and speed, a car may be able to stop within 2 to 4 seconds. Stopping an 80,000 pound tractor-trailer can take almost twice as long to stop.
  • Improper passing: Improper passing or turning by truck drivers in Alabama and Tennessee can result in serious injuries or the death. Improper passing can be changing lanes without signaling, not yielding the right of way, passing another vehicle in a no-passing zone or checking blind spots.
  • Reckless driving: Reckless driving can be speeding, failing to yield the right of way, cutting off other drivers, tailgating, weaving in and out of traffic, passing other cars and trucks aggressively and many other dangerous practices.
  • Wrong way driving:An overwhelming number of wrong way collisions are related to the use of alcohol, drugs and unfamiliarity of roads. Inadequate or confusing signage also causes many wrong way accidents.
  • Texting and driving: Big rig collisions and injuries are often caused by truck drivers or motorists texting and driving. Truck drivers are subject to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act (FMCSA) and are not supposed to be using cell phones while operating a truck. The FMCSA is a federal law that prohibits truckers from using cell phones while they are driving.
  • Defective vehicle parts and maintenance: A study conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) cited vehicle failure as a factor in 33.1 percent of two-vehicle crashes involving a heavy truck and a passenger vehicle, and 29.4 percent of all truck accidents. Both federal and state laws regulate the maintenance of commercial vehicles. Common types of equipment failures or defects include tire blowouts, steering failure, brake, defective lights, brake failure, defective straps and defective trailer hitch.
  • Hazardous road conditions and debris: Dangerous road conditions can include: Burned out street lights, malfunctioning traffic lights, faded lines on the roadway, missing and inadequate road signs, potholes, untrimmed foliage obscuring signage, narrow roads without shoulders, steep drop offs at shoulders, overly steep roads, too narrow or sharp curves and items dropped in the road.
  • Construction zones: Construction zones can be hazardous for truckers. The speed limit is lower, and traffic can stop quickly and back up. When commercial trucks — big rigs, semis, 18-wheelers, or tractor-trailers are on a timeline to deliver their loads, this can cause the perfect storm.
  • Shoulder drop-offs: A shoulder or pavement crop off refers to a defect where the elevation changes between the lane and shoulder, or between two travel lanes. These types of edge drop-offs are often caused by water, poor maintenance or defective construction.
  • Rollovers: Most rollover accidents is Alabama and Tennessee are caused by driver errors. The main causes are: speeding, distracted driving, driver fatigue, impaired driving, unsecured loads, improperly or overloaded loads and worn tires.
  • Improper loading: When a load shifts or falls off the vehicle because it was improperly loaded, people get injured. Improper cargo loading accounts for hundreds of serious truck accidents each year.
  • Jackknife accidents: A semi-tractor trailer has three braking systems. One braking system controls the steering axle, one controls the cab’s drive wheels and a third controls the wheels of the trailer. Many truck accidents involve a jackknifed tractor-trailer, where the tractor loses control of the trailer and it swings out, forming a “V” or “L” shape. Usually this happens when the drive wheels lock and the other wheels keep moving forward, causing the trailer to swing around so that it’s at an angle with the tractor/cab.
  • Underride accidents: Underride accidents happen when a passenger vehicle gets crushed under the rear or side of a tractor trailer. Most of these accidents are not survivable. An estimated 423 people die in underride accidents with large trucks each year.
  • Tire blow-outs: Tire blowouts happen when a weakened tire is subjected to sudden pressure or impact that causes the tire to burst or rapidly lose air pressure. Often caused by potholes, underinflation, overloading, wear and heat.
  • Driving beyond their allowed Hours of Service: Truck drivers are federally mandated to limit the amount of time they operate their trucks in any given day or week for safety reasons. Under the FMCSA hours of service regulations, truck drivers may drive no more than 11 hours at a time after 10 consecutive off-duty hours
  • Driving without the proper license: Drivers of large trucks, such as 18-wheelers, and other commercial vehicles must follow the state statutes and case law on commercial drivers’ licensing. Truck drivers must have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) to operate a commercial truck.
  • Operating oversized trucks on narrow roads: Driving large commercial vehicles on narrow roads and bridges can cause serious accidents.
  • Failure to see other vehicles due to the truck’s large blind spot: Because of the size of a eighteen wheeler, they have much bigger blind spots than other vehicles on the road.

Differences Between Truck and Car Accidents

There are numerous differences between a car accident and a truck accident. The biggest differences are as follows:

  • Much bigger insurance policies. Insurance $750,000.00 minimum.
  • Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Regulations must be followed.
  • More serious injuries and deaths.
  • Much more property damage to motor vehicles.
  • Trucking adjusters come to scene of the accident immediately.
  • Longer hospital statys and more medical bills.
  • More deaths per accident in trucking cases.
  • Requires better trained and experienced trucking attorneys.
  • Often requires accident reconstruction experts.
  • More expensive cases to pursue.

How to Stay Safe From Eighteen Wheelers on the Road

If you find yourself beside or behind a big truck, always do the following:

  • Leave enough room between you and the truck. Underride accidents can happen if you follow too close to the truck.
  • If you can’t see their mirrors, they can’t see you. Do not stay in the blind spot of an eighteen wheeler.
  • Trucks can way 80,000 pounds. That means they will take a lot longer to stop than a normal motor vehicle. Do not jump in front of a truck and expect them to be able to stop. You will get the bad end of the deal, not them.
  • Trucks make wide right turns. Do not pass a truck making a wide right turn or you will get hit. You will also be at fault for the accident. Being alive is more important than being late.

Types of Trucking Companies

There are many different types of trucking companies that must follow the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations. Some of the companies including the following

  • Walmart/Sams
  • Target
  • UPS Trucks
  • Fed-Ex Trucks
  • USPS Trucks
  • Logging Trucks
  • All Delivery Trucks
  • Garbage Trucks
  • Car/Transport Trucks
  • Delivery Trucks
  • Fuel Trucks
  • Construction/Dump Trucks
  • Concrete Trucks
  • Coal Trucks
  • Moving Vans
  • Steel Trucks
  • Tanker Trucks
  • Tow Trucks
  • All Eighteen Wheelers

Who is at Fault in a Trucking Accident

When you or a loved one has been injured in a truck or tractor-trailer accident, there are numerous people and entities that could be liable for your injuries. Those include the following:

  • Truck driver
  • Truck company or owner
  • Manufacturers of the trucks
  • Truck part manufacturers
  • Maintenance companies
  • Shipping company
  • Cargo loading company
  • Brokers
  • Lessors
  • Governmental entities: State
  • Road maintenance or contractors
  • Motor vehicle drivers
  • Bars or taverns

Dangerous Roads in Alabama

Truck accidents can occur anywhere, including parking lots, on the highway, or even in your own driveway. The
most dangerous roads in Alabama include the following:

  • Beltline Road in Decatur, Alabama;
  • Highway 431;
  • 6th Avenue in Decatur, Alabama;
  • Interstate 85;
  • Interstate 20;
  • I-565;
  • Interstate 65;
  • University and the Parkway Huntsville;

Truck Accident Statistics

Most trucking accidents in Alabama take place on the interstate, but more fatalities take place on state highways. Only four percent of all injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents are caused by large trucks, but 86 percent of fatalities and 77 percent of those injured are the drivers and passengers of the car involved in the crash. According to ALDOT, the primary causes of truck accidents in Alabama includes the following:

  • Improper Lane Usage— 1,104 (12.4 percent)
  • Failure to Yield Right of Way — 847 (9.5 percent)
  • Unseen Object, Person, or Vehicle — 817 (9.2 percent)
  • Tailgating — 692 (7.7 percent)
  • Misjudged Stopping Distance — 504 (5.6 percent)
  • Defective Equipment — 399 (4.5 percent)
  • Improper Backing — 360 (4.0 percent)
  • Improper Turning — 322 (3.6 percent)
  • Avoiding Animal, Object, or Person — 322 (3.6 percent)
  • Crossed Median/Centerline — 272 (3.0 percent)
  • Failure to Heed Sign/Signal — 233 (2.6 percent)
  • Fatigued/Asleep — 200 (2.2 percent)
  • Driving too Fast for Conditions — 176 (2.0 percent)
  • Improper Passing — 173 (1.9 percent)
  • Ran Off Road — 157 (1.8 percent)
  • Driving Under the Influence — 111 (1.2 percent)
  • Over the Speed Limit — 86 (1.0 percent)
  • Unknown causes – 448 (5.0)
  • Other causes – 1,714 (19.2)

The most recent statistics show that 333,000 large truck wrecks occurred in the U.S. in a one-year span. These accidents killed 3,921 people and injured another 104,000. Every year in Alabama the causes of truck accident remain the same, but the percentages change slightly on a year to year basis. In many cases there are two or more causes to truck accident.

What to do After A Truck Accident

After a eighteen wheeler accident, you are often confused and unsure of what to say or do. Always remain at the scene until you can speak with the other party involved if you can. Never admit you were at fault and do the following:

  • Immediately file an accident report with the police, sheriff or state trooper, if the agency has not done so at the scene.
  • Write down the name, address, insurance information, vehicle license number and driver’s license number of any and all persons involved in the car accident. Record names, addresses and telephone numbers of all witnesses.
  • Obtain photographs of the accident scene, all vehicles involved (before repairing) and any visible injuries to the parties involved, such as cuts, bruises, and scars.
  • If you have a dashcam installed by a company like BlackBoxMyCar, recover any footage that documents the accident.
  • Do not discuss the accident or your injuries with anyone, with the exception of your doctor and your attorney.
  • Do not consent to a recorded statement or sign any document without first reviewing it with your attorney. Innocent statements made by you attempting to assist an insurance adjuster can easily be misinterpreted and used to deny or minimize your recovery.
  • Immediately seek medical attention and tell your doctor the nature and extent of your pain and injury, and how the injury occurred.
  • Track Your Expenses. If you car is written off from an accident, you may have to fork out a lot for a new car, so looking for a Used Car Dealer may be your best option.
    A strong claim clearly outlines the financial impact of your accident. Keep records of your:
  • All medical bills, including doctor’s visits, surgery and therapy,
  • Future medical bills including long term care,
  • mileage driven to all medical providers,
  • rental car expenses,
  • time away from work,
  • and any other expenses your accident has caused.

Insurance Company Tactics After a Truck Accident

Insurance companies will do anything to keep from paying you the true value of your case. They may do things like:

  • They will tape record you to get you to say something to hurt your case.
  • They will lie about witnesses.
  • They will tell you you are contributorily negligent(1%).
  • They will offer you lowball settlements.
  • They will lie about insurance coverage.
  • Pressure you into taking a small settlement.
  • Delaying any settlement to get you to take less money.
  • They will hire a team of lawyers and accident reconstruction experts.
  • They will do extensive discovery to drag out the case.

What is the Truck’s Black Box?

The “black box” contains information about the truck at the time of the crash, from the truck’s speed to the tire pressure to whether the brakes were applied before the accident. It is important to know about what the driver did and did not do before the accident. You also know the condition of the truck at the time of the crash. The National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) requires that all commercial trucks record and report certain information. A “black box” usually contains the Electronic Control Modules (ECM), Event Data Recorders (EDR), and Electronic Logging Devices (ELD). These devices preserve technical vehicle data and driver information about the truck and the driver.

Electronic Control Modules

All modern semitrucks contain ECMs, which track, control, and monitor the basic operations that allow a truck to safely transport cargo. ECMs record information about fuel efficiency, airbag systems, engine performance, and mechanical problems. EMCs also conduct diagnostic tests and notify truck drivers of any issues by illuminating various dashboard warning lights.

Electronic Logging Devices

ELDs enable commercial truck drivers to easily track their Hours of Service (HOS) in order to ensure they are in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) driving limits. All ELDs are required to display a trucker’s daily number of driving hours. They record and distinguish between the times when a truck is parked, idling, or in motion by automatically syncing with the truck’s engine. Finally, ELDs require that before truckers begin a driving segment, they must indicate whether their status is “on-duty,” “on-duty not driving,” or “off-duty.”

Event Data Recorders

EDRs record certain information in the event that the truck crashes or has a different type of accident. EDR’s recording function is triggered by a rapid and unnatural change in a truck’s velocity–such as when a tractor-trailer operator breaks suddenly or collides with an object that causes the truck’s airbag to deploy. EDRs preserve information about the truck and truck-driver in the seconds before, during, and after the collision. EDR’s record the following:

  • Truck’s speed prior to and upon impact
  • Vehicle’s precise GPS location
  • Seat belt
  • Steering angle
  • Breaks
  • Engine RPM
  • Speed
  • Airbag
  • Tire pressure
  • Cruise control
  • Throttle
  • Communications
  • Monthly and daily activity

What are the Most Common Semi Accident Injuries?

More than half of all accidents in in Alabama result in an injury to the driver or his or her passengers. If you or a loved one sustain injuries in a truck accident in Alabama, you and your loved ones have a right to be compensated for your injuries. Many of the injuries we see in trucking cases include the following:

  • Burn injuries
  • Catastrophic injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Lacerations
  • Bruising
  • Whiplash
  • Concussion
  • Eye injury
  • Seatbelt injuries
  • Chest injury
  • Degloving injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Amputation
  • Paralysis
  • Wrongful death
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Hip injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Strained ligaments
  • Back muscle sprains
  • Scrapes and Cuts
  • Bruising
  • Contusions
  • Broken ribs
  • Internal injuries
  • Jaw injuries
  • Loss of teeth
  • Neck injuries
  • Crushed larynx
  • Crushed trachea
  • Broken neck
  • Pelvic injuries
  • Penetration injuries

Damages You Can Recover In A Truck Accident

An individual who negligently operates a motor vehicle may be liable for a wide variety of damages that an accident can cause, including but not limited to the following:

  • Disability and Disfigurement
  • Loss of Consortium
  • Medical Bills
  • Lost Wages
  • Mental and Emotional Distress
  • Out of Pocket Expenses
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Property Damage
  • Surgery and other medical treatment costs
  • Rehabilitation fees and procedures
  • Nursing home care costs
  • Disfigurement and permanent scaring
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

How Much Money Can I Recover

The amount of money you can recover in a truck accident depends on a number of different factors including the following:

  • Cost of your medical treatment
  • Wages you lost because of the accident
  • Pain and suffering
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Emotional suffering
  • Loss of consortium
  • Insurance of liable party
  • Your own uninsured/underinsured insurance
  • Subrogation

If you’ve been injured, an experienced trucking accident attorney can help you receive fair compensation for your injuries including lost wages, hospital bills, pain, suffering, and damages for loss of companionship, love, and comfort. If you have a wrongful death claim, we can recover only punitive damages in Alabama, but may recover for loss of earnings, medical and funeral bills, your family’s pain and suffering as well as the loss of love, guidance and support in other states.

How Long Do You Have to File a Truck Accident Claim in Alabama?

In Alabama, there is a general two-year statute of limitations. This means that you have two years from the date of the truck accident to file a lawsuit, or your case is gone forever. The statute is different if you are a minor. Even if you think the deadline to file your case might have passed, there may be other ways to extend the deadline. Talk to an attorney as soon as you can to preserve your claim.

Why Hire Trucking Attorney Randy W. Ferguson

The law offices of Ferguson and Ferguson takes pride in giving each client individual and personal attention.

  • We are committed to excellent client service.</li
  • We have handled hundreds of truck accidents.
  • We will not assign your case to another attorney.
  • We care about our clients, and have patience.
  • We review all onboard cameras
  • We interview witnesses
  • We hire accident reconstruction experts
  • Review log bucks
  • Obtain driver drug tests and employee file
  • Obtain data from the truck’s Electronic Control Module (ECM; i.e. “black box”)
  • We identify the party responsible for your injuries.
  • We obtain your medical records and bills.
  • We can help with financial assistance.
  • We will help you get necessary medical treatment.
  • We get your bills paid, reduced and/or eliminated.
  • Free phone consultation 24/7.
  • Free office consultation as late as 7 p.m. and Saturdays.
  • Two locations near you.
  • We answer all our clients calls, or return them promptly.
  • We make sure that our clients understand each step of their case.
  • We have great compassion for the physical, emotional, and financial problems that our clients suffered, and will do everything possible to get them through their difficult time.

Trucking companies and automobile insurance companies have teams of lawyers, claims adjusters, and almost unlimited resources to fight injury claims. Their job is to deny, delay and defend against your truck or car accident claim. Our Huntsville, Alabama truck accident attorneys have the knowledge, experience, and resources to take on large corporations and insurance companies. If you retain our trucking accident firm, we will do everything ethically and legally possible to recover the money you deserve to compensate you for your damages and losses. When a eighteen wheeler or trucking tragedy has struck you or your loved ones, you need a nationally known trucking accident attorney who knows the rules and knows how to get the most for your claim. The investigation and legal issues in truck wreck cases are often complex. It is vitally important to quickly hire a qualified Alabama trial lawyer who can act fast to collect the evidence of the trucking company’s negligence. At the Alabama trucking law firm of Ferguson & Ferguson, our extensive experience in handling semi tractor -trailer crashes means that we know what to look for when conducting an investigation, and what is fair compensation for your injuries.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of our most frequently asked questions:

Do I need a lawyer after a truck accident?

In a truck accident case, you are dealing with a team of insurance trucking adjusters and attorneys. There job is to pay you as little as possible. Contact an experienced truck accident lawyer who will give you a free consultation.

Should I accept a settlement?

If you are injured, you should never accept a settlement from an insurance company before talking to an attorney. Insurance companies try to pay out as little money as possible in every case. An attorney can usually get you a much bigger settlement.

What injuries are most common from truck accidents?

People injured in truck accidents in Alabama often sustain serious and often deadly injuries. Other common injuries from truck wrecks can include neck injuries, herniated discs, broken bones and brain injuries.

How much does a truck accident lawyer cost?

We never charge a fee up front. We only get paid if we win your case. All consultations are free.

What should I do after my accident?

Call the police and do a report. Notify your insurance company. Take pictures of the accident scene and your injuries. Get medical treatment. Call our office.

What is contributory negligence?

Contributory negligence is defined as negligence on the part of the victim that proximately contributes to their own injuries. If you are found to be guilty of contributory negligence, you cannot recover against the other party for your injuries.

What should I do if someone from the trucking company calls me before I’ve picked a truck accident lawyer?

Do not agree to do a recorded statement for the trucking company or their insurance carrier. Never sign any forms sent to you by the trucking company or their insurance carrier. Never settle your case. Call now for a free consultation.

What should I do in the days following a truck accident?

After a truck accident:

  • Stay At the Scene Of the Collision
  • Call 9-1-1 For Emergency Services
  • Check Other Vehicles For Injuries if Possible
  • Take Photos, Capture Videos & Record Audio of Evidence
  • Exchange Contact Info, Insurance Details, Drivers License
  • Don’t Making Any Statements About Accident
  • Get a Copy of the Accident Report
  • Have Your Vehicle Damage Inspected
  • Get Medical Treatment and keep track of all doctor’s visits and treatment. Keep copies of all Test Results, Medication Prescriptions and any other relevant medical information
  • Keep a list of all out-of-pocket Expenses
  • Keep Record of all missed work
  • Do not talk to the Insurance Company
  • Stay off Social Media
  • Call Ferguson & Ferguson

Experienced Huntsville Alabama Trucking Accident Lawyers

If you’ve been injured, an experienced Alabama trucking accident attorney can help you receive fair compensation for your injuries including lost wages, hospital bills, pain, suffering, and damages for loss of companionship, love, and comfort. The Huntsville, Alabama attorneys and staff at Ferguson & Ferguson will help you in the event you have been injured, no matter what the cause. We understand that personal injuries and deaths not only cause physical pain and suffering, but also emotional and financial disaster through loss of a steady paycheck, mounting medical bills, and tremendous stress place upon injured individuals and their families. That is why it is always important to ensure you hire the right personal injury firm, if you are struggling to understand personal injury and are unsure about what law firm to hire then you can read personal injury law: what you need to know, and educate yourself if you want to do a little bit of research yourself! However, if you do have any questions then you can contact us and we are more than happy to accommodate any queries that you may have! Our trucking accident attorneys assist clients in Decatur, Athens, Cullman, Huntsville, Birmingham, Atlanta, Nashville and often throughout the United States in the pursuit of serious truck accident claims. If you or a loved one has been injured in a trucking accident, call now. Call 256-534-3435 or 256-350-7200.

Never a Fee Unless We Win

At Ferguson & Ferguson, all of our trucking cases are handled on a contingency fee arrangement, sometimes known as a no win, no fee arrangement. For all of our trucking clients, we offer a free attorney consultation, either over the phone, at our office, or at your home or hospital room. If we represent you, we will not charge any up-front retainers or fees. We advance all costs on your behalf, and we are only paid if and when a settlement or verdict is reached. In the event we represent you and are unable to recover a verdict or settlement, you will owe nothing. We represent victims of large truck accidents throughout the state of Alabama, including Huntsville, Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Decatur, and Tuscaloosa. To contact the Alabama truck accident injury law firm of Ferguson & Ferguson, call us at (800)752-1998, or fill out our consultation request form, and an attorney will be happy to review your case. Our lawyers have more than 45 years of experience in trucking accident litigation and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to discuss your potential case. Call now. Call 256-534-3435 or 256-350-7200.

Huntsville Office Location:
303 Williams Avenue SW
Suite 321
Huntsville, AL 35801

Decatur Office Location:
211 Oak Street NE
Decatur, AL 35601
Our truck accident attorneys serve every city and county in the State of Alabama.

Our trucking law office handles or can handle cases in the following Alabama cities:

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Abbeville Alabama semi truck accident, Henry County
Abel Alabama semi truck accident, Clay County
Abernant Alabama semi tru2ck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Acmar Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Ada Alabama semi truck accident, Montgomery County
Adamsville Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Addison Alabama semi truck accident, Winston County
Adger Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Akron Alabama semi truck accident, Hale County
Alabama City Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Alabama Port Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Alabaster Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Alberta Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Albertville Alabama semi truck accident, Marshall County
Alden Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Alexander City Alabama semi truck accident, Tallapoosa County
Alexandria Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Aliceville Alabama semi truck accident, Pickens County
Allen Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Allgood Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Alma Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Almond Alabama semi truck accident, Randolph County
Alpine Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Alton Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Altoona Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Andalusia Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Anderson Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Annemanie Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Anniston Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Aquilla Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Arab Alabama semi truck accident, Marshall County
Ardmore Alabama semi truck accident, Limestone County
Argo Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Ariton Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Arkadelphia Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Arley Alabama semi truck accident, Winston County
Arlington Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Armstrong Alabama semi truck accident, Bullock County
Ashford Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Ashland Alabama semi truck accident, Clay County
Ashville Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Athens Alabama semi truck accident, Limestone County
Atmore Alabama semi truck accident, Escambia County
Attalla Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Auburn Alabama semi truck accident, Lee County
Autaugaville Alabama semi truck accident, Autauga County
Avon Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Awin Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Axis Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County

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Babbie Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Baileyton Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Baker Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Barbour County
Bangor Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Banks Alabama semi truck accident, Pike County
Bankston Alabama semi truck accident, Fayette County
Barfield Alabama semi truck accident, Clay County
Barlow Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Barney Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Bassetts Creek Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Battens Crossroads Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Bay Minette Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Bayou La Batre Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Bazemore Alabama semi truck accident, Fayette County
Bear Creek Alabama semi truck accident, Marion County
Beatrice Alabama semi truck accident, Monroe County
Beaverton Alabama semi truck accident, Lamar County
Belk Alabama semi truck accident, Fayette County
Bell Fountain Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Bellamy Alabama semi truck accident, Sumter County
Belle Mina Alabama semi truck accident, Limestone County
Belleville Alabama semi truck accident, Conecuh County
Bellwood Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Benton Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Berry Alabama semi truck accident, Fayette County
Bessemer Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Beulah Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Big Cove Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Bigbee Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Billingsley Alabama semi truck accident, Autauga County
Birmingham Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Birmingport Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Black Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Bladon Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
Blount Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Blountsville Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Blue Mountain Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Blue Ridge Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
Blue Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Barbour County
Bluff Alabama semi truck accident, Fayette County
Boaz Alabama semi truck accident, Marshall County
Boligee Alabama semi truck accident, Greene County
Bolinger Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
Bolling Alabama semi truck accident, Butler County
Bon Air Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Bon Secour Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Booth Alabama semi truck accident, Autauga County
Boykin Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Bradford Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Bradley Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Braggs Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Branchville Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Brantley Alabama semi truck accident, Crenshaw County
Bremen Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Brent Alabama semi truck accident, Bibb County
Brewton Alabama semi truck accident, Escambia County
Bridgeport Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Brierfield Alabama semi truck accident, Bibb County
Brighton Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Brilliant Alabama semi truck accident, Marion County
Bromley Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Brooklyn Alabama semi truck accident, Conecuh County
Brookside Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Brooksville Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Brookwood Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Browns Alabama semi truck accident, Dallas County
Brownsboro Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Brundidge Alabama semi truck accident, Pike County
Bryant Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Bucks Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Buena Vista Alabama semi truck accident, Monroe County
Buhl Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Bull Slough Alabama semi truck accident, Conecuh County
Burkville Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Burmuda Alabama semi truck accident, Conecuh County
Burningtree Mountain Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Burnt Corn Alabama semi truck accident, Monroe County
Burntout Alabama semi truck accident, Franklin County
Burnwell Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Butler Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
Bynum Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County

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Cahaba Alabama semi truck accident, Dallas County
Cahaba Heights Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Calera Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Calvert Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Camden Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Camp Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Tallapoosa County
Campbell Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Capshaw Alabama semi truck accident, Limestone County
Carbon Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Cardiff Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Carlton Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Carolina Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Carrollton Alabama semi truck accident, Pickens County
Castleberry Alabama semi truck accident, Conecuh County
Catherine Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Cecil Alabama semi truck accident, Montgomery County
Cedar Bluff Alabama semi truck accident, Cherokee County
Center Point Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Centerville Alabama semi truck accident, Conecuh County
Centre Alabama semi truck accident, Cherokee County
Centreville Alabama semi truck accident, Bibb County
Chalkville Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Chancellor Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Chapman Alabama semi truck accident, Butler County
Chatom Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Chelsea Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Cherokee Alabama semi truck accident, Colbert County
Chickasaw Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Childersburg Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Choccolocco Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Citronelle Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Clanton Alabama semi truck accident, Chilton County
Claud Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
Clay Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Clayhatchee Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Clayton Alabama semi truck accident, Barbour County
Cleveland Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Clio Alabama semi truck accident, Barbour County
Clopton Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Cloverdale Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Coaling Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Coden Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Coffee Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Coffeeville Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Coker Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Collinsville Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Colony Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Columbia Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Columbiana Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Concord Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Cook Springs Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Coosada Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
Cordova Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Corner Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Cottondale Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Cottonton Alabama semi truck accident, Russell County
Cottonwood Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
County Line Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Courtland Alabama semi truck accident, Lawrence County
Cowarts Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Coy Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Cragford Alabama semi truck accident, Clay County
Crane Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Crawford Alabama semi truck accident, Russell County
Creola Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Cromwell Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
Cropwell Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Crosston Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Crossville Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Cuba Alabama semi truck accident, Sumter County
Cullman Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Cusseta Alabama semi truck accident, Chambers County

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Dadeville Alabama semi truck accident, Tallapoosa County
Daleville Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Dallas Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Danville Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Daphne Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Dauphin Island Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Daviston Alabama semi truck accident, Tallapoosa County
Dawson Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Dayton Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County
De Armanville Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Deatsville Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
Decatur Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Deer Park Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Delmar Alabama semi truck accident, Winston County
Delta Alabama semi truck accident, Clay County
Demopolis Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County
Detroit Alabama semi truck accident, Lamar County
Dickinson Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Dixiana Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Dixons Mills Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County
Docena Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Dodge City Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Dolomite Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Dora Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Dothan Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Double Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Winston County
Douglas Alabama semi truck accident, Marshall County
Dozier Alabama semi truck accident, Crenshaw County
Duncanville Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Dunnavant Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Dutton Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County

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East Brewton Alabama semi truck accident, Escambia County
Eastaboga Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Eclectic Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
Edgewater Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Edwardsville Alabama semi truck accident, Cleburne County
Eight Mile Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Elba Alabama semi truck accident, Coffee County
Elberta Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Eldridge Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Elgin Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Elkmont Alabama semi truck accident, Limestone County
Elmore Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
Emelle Alabama semi truck accident, Sumter County
Empire Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Enterprise Alabama semi truck accident, Coffee County
Equality Alabama semi truck accident, Coosa County
Epes Alabama semi truck accident, Sumter County
Ethelsville Alabama semi truck accident, Pickens County
Eufaula Alabama semi truck accident, Barbour County
Eunola Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Eutaw Alabama semi truck accident, Greene County
Eva Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Evergreen Alabama semi truck accident, Conecuh County
Excel Alabama semi truck accident, Monroe County

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Fagala Alabama semi truck accident, Alabama
Fairfield Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Fairhope Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Fairview Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Falkville Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Faunsdale Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County
Fayette Alabama semi truck accident, Fayette County
Fayetteville Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Five Points Alabama semi truck accident, Chambers County
Flat Rock Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Flomaton Alabama semi truck accident, Escambia County
Florala Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Florence Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Foley Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Forestdale Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Forkland Alabama semi truck accident, Greene County
Fort Deposit Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Fort McClellan Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Fort Mitchell Alabama semi truck accident, Russell County
Fort Morgan Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Fort Payne Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Fort Rucker Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Franklin Alabama semi truck accident, Macon County
Frisco City Alabama semi truck accident, Monroe County
Fruithurst Alabama semi truck accident, Cleburne County
Fulton Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Fultondale Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Fyffe Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County

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Gadsden Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Gainesville Alabama semi truck accident, Sumter County
Gallion Alabama semi truck accident, Hale County
Gantt Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Garden City Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Gardendale Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Gaylesville Alabama semi truck accident, Cherokee County
Geiger Alabama semi truck accident, Sumter County
Geneva Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Georgiana Alabama semi truck accident, Butler County
Geraldine Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Gilbertown Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
Glen Allen Alabama semi truck accident, Fayette County
Glencoe Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Glenwood Alabama semi truck accident, Crenshaw County
Goldville Alabama semi truck accident, Tallapoosa County
Good Hope Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Goodwater Alabama semi truck accident, Coosa County
Gordo Alabama semi truck accident, Pickens County
Gordon Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Gordonville Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Gorham’s Bluff Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Goshen Alabama semi truck accident, Pike County
Grady Alabama semi truck accident, Montgomery County
Graham Alabama semi truck accident, Randolph County
Grand Bay Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Grant Alabama semi truck accident, Marshall County
Grayson Valley Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Graysville Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Greenhill Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Greensboro Alabama semi truck accident, Hale County
Greenville Alabama semi truck accident, Butler County
Grimes Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Grove Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Grove Oak Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Guin Alabama semi truck accident, Marion County
Gulf Shores Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Gum Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Guntersville Alabama semi truck accident, Marshall County
Gurley Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Gu-Win Alabama semi truck accident, Marion County

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Hackleburg Alabama semi truck accident, Marion County
Haleburg Alabama semi truck accident, Henry County
Haleyville Alabama semi truck accident, Winston County
Hamilton Alabama semi truck accident, Marion County
Hammondville Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Hanceville Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Harpersville Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Hartford Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Hartselle Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Harvest Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Hayden Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Hayneville Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Hazel Green Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Headland Alabama semi truck accident, Henry County
Heath Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Heflin Alabama semi truck accident, Cleburne County
Helena Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Henagar Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Higdon Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Highland Home Alabama semi truck accident, Crenshaw County
Highland Lake Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Hillsboro Alabama semi truck accident, Lawrence County
Hobson City Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Hodges Alabama semi truck accident, Franklin County
Hokes Bluff Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Holly Pond Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Hollywood Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Holt Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Holy Trinity Alabama semi truck accident, Russell County
Homewood Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Hoods Crossroads Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Hoover Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Hope Hull Alabama semi truck accident, Montgomery County
Horn Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Horton Alabama semi truck accident, Marshall County
Houston Alabama semi truck accident, Wintson County
Hueytown Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Huguley Alabama semi truck accident, Chambers County
Hulaco Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Huntsville Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Hurtsboro Alabama semi truck accident, Russell County
Hytop Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County

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Ider Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Indian Springs Village Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Inverness Alabama semi truck accident, Bullock County
Inverness Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Irondale Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Irvington Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
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Jack Alabama semi truck accident, Coffee County
Jackson Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Jacksons’ Gap Alabama semi truck accident, Tallapoosa County
Jacksonville Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Jasper Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Jemison Alabama semi truck accident, Chilton County
Joppa Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County

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Kansas Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Kellerman Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Kellyton Alabama semi truck accident, Coosa County
Kennedy Alabama semi truck accident, Lamar County
Kent Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
Killen Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Kimberly Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Kimbrough Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Kinsey Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Kinston Alabama semi truck accident, Coffee County
Knoxville Alabama semi truck accident, Greene County

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Lacey’s Spring Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Lacon Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Ladonia Alabama semi truck accident, Russell County
La Fayette Alabama semi truck accident, Chambers County
Lake Purdy Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Lake View Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Lakeview Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Lanett Alabama semi truck accident, Chambers County
Langston Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Leeds Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Leesburg Alabama semi truck accident, Cherokee County
Leighton Alabama semi truck accident, Colbert County
Leroy Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Lester Alabama semi truck accident, Limestone County
Letohatchee Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Level Plains Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Lexington Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Libertyville Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Lillian Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Lincoln Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Linden Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County
Lineville Alabama semi truck accident, Clay County
Lipscomb Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Lisman Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
Littleville Alabama semi truck accident, Colbert County
Livingston Alabama semi truck accident, Sumter County
Loachapoka Alabama semi truck accident, Lee County
Lockhart Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Locust Fork Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Louisville Alabama semi truck accident, Barbour County
Lower Peachtree Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Lowndesboro Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Loxley Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Luverne Alabama semi truck accident, Crenshaw County
Lynn Alabama semi truck accident, Winston County

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Madison Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Madrid Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Magnolia Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Majestic Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Malvern Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Maplesville Alabama semi truck accident, Chilton County
Margaret Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Marbury Alabama semi truck accident, Autauga County
Marion Alabama semi truck accident, Perry County
Marion Junction Alabama semi truck accident, Dallas County
Marvyn Alabama semi truck accident, Lee County
Masseyline Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Maytown Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
McCalla Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
McDonald Chapel Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
McIntosh Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
McKenzie Alabama semi truck accident, Butler County
McMullen Alabama semi truck accident, Pickens County
Meadowbrook Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Mellow Valley Alabama semi truck accident, Clay County
Memphis Alabama semi truck accident, Pickens County
Mentone Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Meridianville Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Midfield Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Midland City Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Midway Alabama semi truck accident, Bullock County
Mignon Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Millbrook Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
Millers Ferry Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Millport Alabama semi truck accident, Lamar County
Millry Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Mobile Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Mon Louis Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Monroeville Alabama semi truck accident, Monroe County
Montevallo Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Montgomery Alabama semi truck accident, Montgomery County
Montrose Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Moody Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Moores Mill Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Mooresville Alabama semi truck accident, Limestone County
Morgan City Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Morris Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Mosses Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Moulton Alabama semi truck accident, Lawrence County
Moulton Heights Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Moundville Alabama semi truck accident, Hale County
Mount High Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Mount Hope Alabama semi truck accident, Lawrence County
Mount Meigs Alabama semi truck accident, Montgomery County
Mount Olive Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Mount Vernon Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Mountain Brook Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Mountain Creek Alabama semi truck accident, Chilton County
Mountainboro Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Mulga Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Munford Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Muscle Shoals Alabama semi truck accident, Colbert County
Myrtlewood Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County

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Nanafalia Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County
Napier Field Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Natural Bridge Alabama semi truck accident, Winston County
Nauvoo Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Nectar Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Needham Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
New Brockton Alabama semi truck accident, Coffee County
New Hope Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
New Market Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
New Site Alabama semi truck accident, Tallapoosa County
Newbern Alabama semi truck accident, Hale County
Newell Alabama semi truck accident, Randolph County
Newton Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Newville Alabama semi truck accident, Henry County
Normal Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
North Bibb Alabama semi truck accident, Bibb County
North Courtland Alabama semi truck accident, Lawrence County
North Johns Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Northport Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Notasulga Alabama semi truck accident, Macon County

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Oak Grove Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Oak Grove Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Oak Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Oakman Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Oakville Alabama semi truck accident, Lawrence County
Odenville Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Ohatchee Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Oneonta Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Onycha Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Opelika Alabama semi truck accident, Lee County
Opp Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Orange Beach Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Orion Alabama semi truck accident, Pike County
Orrville Alabama semi truck accident, Dallas County
Owens Cross Roads Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Oxford Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Ozark Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County

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Paint Rock Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Palmerdale Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Parrish Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Pelham Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Pell City Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Pennington Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
Perdido Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Perote Alabama semi truck accident, Bullock County
Peterman Alabama semi truck accident, Monroe County
Peterson Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Petrey Alabama semi truck accident, Crenshaw County
Phenix City Alabama semi truck accident, Russell County
Phil Campbell Alabama semi truck accident, Franklin County
Pickensville Alabama semi truck accident, Pickens County
Piedmont Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Pike Road Alabama semi truck accident, Montgomery County
Pinckard Alabama semi truck accident, Dale County
Pine Apple Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Pine Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Pine Ridge Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Pinson Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Pisgah Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Plantersville Alabama semi truck accident, Dallas County
Pleasant Grove Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Pleasant Groves Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Point Clear Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Pollard Alabama semi truck accident, Escambia County
Powell Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Prairieville Alabama semi truck accident, Hale County
Prattville Alabama semi truck accident, Autauga County
Priceville Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Prichard Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Providence Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County

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Quinton Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County

R
Ragland Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Rainbow City Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Rainsville Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Ralph Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Ramer Alabama semi truck accident, Montgomery County
Ranburne Alabama semi truck accident, Cleburne County
Red Bay Alabama semi truck accident, Franklin County
Red Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Red Level Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Redstone Arsenal Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Reece City Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Reform Alabama semi truck accident, Pickens County
Rehobeth Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Remlap Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Repton Alabama semi truck accident, Conecuh County
Ridgeville Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
River Falls Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Riverside Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Riverview Alabama semi truck accident, Escambia County
Roanoke Alabama semi truck accident, Randolph County
Robertsdale Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Rock Creek Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Rockford Alabama semi truck accident, Coosa County
Rock Mills Alabama semi truck accident, Randolph County
Rogersville Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Rosa Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Russellville Alabama semi truck accident, Franklin County
Rutledge Alabama semi truck accident, Crenshaw County

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Safford Alabama semi truck accident, Dallas County
Saginaw Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Saks Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Salem Alabama semi truck accident, Lee County
Samantha Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Samson Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Sand Rock Alabama semi truck accident, Cherokee County
Sanford Alabama semi truck accident, Covington County
Saraland Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Sardis City Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Satsuma Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Sawyerville Alabama semi truck accident, Hale County
Sayre Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Scottsboro Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Seale Alabama semi truck accident, Russell County
Section Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Selfville Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Selma Alabama semi truck accident, Dallas County
Selmont-West Selmont Alabama semi truck accident, Dallas County
Seminole Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Semmes Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Sheffield Alabama semi truck accident, Colbert County
Shelby Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Shiloh Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Shorter Alabama semi truck accident, Macon County
Silas Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
Silverhill Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Sipsey Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Skyline Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Slocomb Alabama semi truck accident, Geneva County
Smiths Station Alabama semi truck accident, Lee County
Smoke Rise Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Snead Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Snow Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Somerville Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
South Vinemont Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Southside Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Spanish Fort Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Spring Hill Alabama semi truck accident, Barbour County
Spring Valley Alabama semi truck accident, Colbert County
Springville Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Sprott Alabama semi truck accident, Perry County
Spruce Pine Alabama semi truck accident, Franklin County
St. Clair Springs Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
St. Florian Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
St. Stephens Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Stapleton Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Steele Alabama semi truck accident, St. Clair County
Sterrett Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Stevenson Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Stockton Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Straight Mountain Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Sulligent Alabama semi truck accident, Lamar County
Sumiton Alabama semi truck accident, Walker County
Summerdale Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Summit Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Susan Moore Alabama semi truck accident, Blount County
Sweet Water Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County
Sylacauga Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Sylvan Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Sylvania Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County

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Talladega Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Talladega Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Tallassee Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
Tannehill Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Tanner Alabama semi truck accident, Limestone County
Tarrant Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Taylor Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Tensaw Alabama semi truck accident, Baldwin County
Theodore Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Thomaston Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County
Thomasville Alabama semi truck accident, Clarke County
Thorsby Alabama semi truck accident, Chilton County
Tillmans Corner Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Town Creek Alabama semi truck accident, Lawrence County
Toxey Alabama semi truck accident, Choctaw County
Trafford Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Triana Alabama semi truck accident, Madison County
Trinity Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Troy Alabama semi truck accident, Pike County
Trussville Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Tuscaloosa Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Tuscumbia Alabama semi truck accident, Colbert County
Tuskegee Alabama semi truck accident, Macon County

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Underwood-Petersville Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Union Alabama semi truck accident, Greene County
Union Grove Alabama semi truck accident, Marshall County
Union Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Bullock County
Uniontown Alabama semi truck accident, Perry County
Uriah Alabama semi truck accident, Monroe County

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Valhermoso Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Morgan County
Valley Alabama semi truck accident, Chambers County
Valley Head Alabama semi truck accident, DeKalb County
Vance Alabama semi truck accident, Tuscaloosa County
Verbena Alabama semi truck accident, Chilton County
Vernon Alabama semi truck accident, Lamar County
Vestavia Hills Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Village Springs Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Vina Alabama semi truck accident, Franklin County
Vincent Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Vineland Alabama semi truck accident, Marengo County
Vinemont Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Vredenburgh Alabama semi truck accident, Monroe County

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Wadley Alabama semi truck accident, Randolph County
Wagarville Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
Waldo Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Walnut Grove Alabama semi truck accident, Etowah County
Warrior Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Waterloo Alabama semi truck accident, Lauderdale County
Watson Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
Waugh Alabama semi truck accident, Montgomery County
Waverly Alabama semi truck accident, Chambers County
Weaver Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
Webb Alabama semi truck accident, Houston County
Wedowee Alabama semi truck accident, Randolph County
West Blocton Alabama semi truck accident, Bibb County
West End-Cobb Town Alabama semi truck accident, Calhoun County
West Jefferson Alabama semi truck accident, Jefferson County
West Point Alabama semi truck accident, Cullman County
Westover Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Wetumpka Alabama semi truck accident, Elmore County
White Hall Alabama semi truck accident, Lowndes County
Wilmer Alabama semi truck accident, Mobile County
Wilsonville Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Wilton Alabama semi truck accident, Shelby County
Winfield Alabama semi truck accident, Marion County
Winterboro Alabama semi truck accident, Talladega County
Woodland Alabama semi truck accident, Randolph County
Woodstock Alabama semi truck accident, Bibb County
Woodville Alabama semi truck accident, Jackson County
Wren Alabama semi truck accident, Lawrence County

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Yellow Bluff Alabama semi truck accident, Wilcox County
Yellow Pine Alabama semi truck accident, Washington County
York Alabama semi truck accident, Sumter County