Skilled Truck Accident & Injury Attorneys in Scottsdale, Arizona

At Swenson & Shelley, our Scottsdale truck accident and injury lawyers know that commercial vehicle collisions in Arizona are terrifying events that place thousands of motorists in harm’s way each year.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported nearly 6,000 people were killed in large truck traffic crashes nationwide last year — a 17% increase from the previous year. The National Safety Council reported 117,300 large trucks were involved in crashes resulting in injuries nationwide last year. When large commercial vehicles are involved in non-fatal crashes, the resulting injuries are often catastrophic, no matter where the impact occurs to the other car.

Closer to home, the Arizona Department of Transportation, there were 15,481 total truck crashes, causing 3,752 injuries and 157 fatalities last year alone. These injury victims and their families deserve access to experienced legal representation to hold the liable party — or combination of parties — responsible for their full financial recovery. That is what we provide.

Our Maricopa County truck accident lawyers are knowledgeable, compassionate, and adept at helping crash victims throughout Arizona. Every accident is unique and requires customized legal solutions to pursue actual results. No matter how it occurred, you do not have to fight your personal injury battle alone. We can help, starting with a free consultation.

Truck Accident & Injury Law

What are the Most Common Types of Truck Accidents in Scottsdale, Arizona?

At Swenson & Shelley, our Maricopa County truck accident and injury lawyers know that negligence can impact other motorists in multiple types of crashes.

Including truck accidents resulting from:

  • Truck Accidents Caused by Negligence

Multiple forms of truck driver, trucking company, and other third party negligence can lead to catastrophic accidents, injuries, and fatalities throughout Arizona and nationwide.

  • Wide Turns

Large trucks need more space to make turns and can collide with vehicles in adjacent lanes if they do not take proper precautions. These accidents can cause injuries to both the truck driver and other motorists.

  • Rollover Accidents

Trucks, especially those carrying heavy or unbalanced loads, are prone to rollover accidents. These accidents can result in injuries to the truck driver and others on the road.

  • Rear-End Collisions

When a truck rear-ends a passenger, it is often the result of a truck driver’s failure to brake in time, which can cause significant damage and injuries to the smaller vehicle’s occupants.

  • Jackknife Accidents

A jackknife accident occurs when a truck’s cab and trailer fold in on each other, forming a “V” shape. This can happen when the truck driver loses control, often leading to multiple collisions with other vehicles.

  • Blind Spot Accidents

Trucks have substantial blind spots, and accidents can occur when a truck driver fails to see a smaller vehicle in their blind spot while changing lanes or merging.

  • Underride Accidents

In an underride accident, a smaller vehicle becomes trapped under the rear or side of a truck’s trailer. These accidents often result in catastrophic injuries or fatalities to the smaller vehicle’s occupants.

  • Tire Blowouts

When a truck’s tire blows out, it can cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle, leading to accidents. These accidents can result in injuries to the truck driver and other drivers and pedestrians nearby.

  • Cargo Spills

If a truck’s cargo is secured correctly, it can spill onto the road, creating hazardous conditions and causing accidents that injure other drivers and pedestrians.

  • Weather-Related Accidents

Adverse weather conditions like rain can make it challenging for truck drivers to maintain control, increasing the likelihood of accidents and injuries. Accidents are more likely to occur when truck drivers are driving too fast for the conditions.

  • Mechanical Failures

Brake failures, steering problems, or other mechanical issues can lead to accidents that result in significant personal injuries because the failure often occurs without notice.

Our dedicated team of truck accident and injury attorneys in Scottsdale takes the pressure off our clients from their first call to our office. Our compassionate lawyers and support staff do more than hear the details of your case during our free consultations. We listen to how your personal injury incident has impacted your daily activities and overall quality of life.

When the Worst Has Happened, We Fight for What’s Best for You.

Contact Our Dedicated Truck Accident & Injury Lawyers in Scottsdale, Arizona Today

We genuinely want to understand what has happened to you, where you are in your treatment plan, and what you need to move forward so we can provide the legal and personal support you deserve.

Once we understand the details of your claim, our Scottsdale personal injury attorneys will work quickly to investigate your case, preserve the evidence, and start identifying all possible liable parties so no claim detail is left to chance. We have a long track record of producing tangible results for our clients, and we would be honored to do the same for you and your family.

Call us today at (435) 767-7777 or contact us online to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation where you can learn immediately whether your claim is eligible to move forward with legal action.

We do not charge any fees upfront for our services. Instead, you pay us only if we secure payment for you. That makes getting legal help accessible and allows you to focus on your recovery. Contact us now to learn more.