Helping you take action after a truck accident

Helping you take action after a truck accident

Motor vehicles maintain a very important role in society. They not only assist with the transportation of individuals to and from their destinations, but they also help with the transportation of shipments. Large trucks, such as semi-trucks and tractor-trailer trucks, are extremely valuable in Missouri and elsewhere when it comes to intrastate and interstate commerce. While there are many benefits for these large vehicles, there are also several risks on the roadways caused by their constant travel throughout the nation.

As previously discussed, truck drivers are often tasked with driving long distances. This also means that they are often faced with long hours behind the wheel. While federal trucking regulations work to reduce the impact fatigued driving in the trucking industry has on society, the unfortunate reality is that many drowsy and overworked truck drivers travel on the roadways each and every day.

When a truck accident occurs, victims are often left with some of the most traumatic accident injuries. These massive vehicles tend to cause large accident sites that can result in tremendous amounts of damage. At the Johnson Law Firm, LLC, our attorneys understand the devastating fate that can meet victims of a truck accident. Thus, we are dedicated to assisting victims navigate a civil action to help hold a negligent party accountable and with the recovery of compensation.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s truck accidents website. The damages and losses caused by a truck accident can be extensive; thus, a compensation award is often necessary to help victims overcome these losses, such as medical bills, rehabilitation, pain and suffering, lost wages and other similar damages. Our law firm is dedicated to helping to make our clients whole again after a truck accident.


The Johnson Law Firm, LLC, can answer your questions about what our legal practices. Contact us for a free consultation. We are located in St. Charles and serve the surrounding areas of Missouri.