Truck Accidents Often Cause Catastrophic Injuries

When a passenger vehicle and a large truck collide, the people in the smaller vehicle usually suffer more serious injuries. The attorneys at Russo, Rosalina & Co., LPA, pursue financial compensation for people injured in accidents involving large trucks.

We seek compensation for all of your accident-related damages, including pain and suffering, lost wages, medical and rehabilitation expenses, property damage and other losses due to the accident.

We Know How To Investigate Truck Accidents

We will investigate your claim to learn what caused the accident and who is legally responsible for paying the damages. Common causes of truck accidents include:

  • Driver fatigue
  • Drunk or drug-impaired driving
  • Distracted driving
  • Driving in dangerous weather conditions
  • Improper truck maintenance
  • Improper loading
  • Lack of conspicuous markings
  • Failure to comply with state and federal trucking regulations
  • Unlicensed drivers
  • Improperly trained drivers
  • Dangerous roads

How We Can Help

We will review all the evidence, including police reports, witness statements and any data from the truck's "black box" data recorder. Based on the facts of the case, we will seek full compensation from all liable parties.

Whether you were injured in an 18-wheeler crash or hit by a commercial truck on a neighborhood street, it is important to discuss your case with an attorney who understands truck accidents and knows how to stand up for your interests.

Act Promptly To Protect Your Interests

Trucking companies often respond aggressively when truck accidents occur, collecting information that is intended to minimize their liability. It is important to enlist the help of knowledgeable personal injury lawyers like those at Russo, Rosalina & Co., LPA, as soon as possible.

Use our online contact form or call us to arrange a free initial consultation with one of our Cleveland truck accident lawyers. With offices in Mayfield Heights and Parma, we represent clients throughout northeast Ohio.