Trucking Accident

The Ammons Law Firm Files Suit After Fatal 18-Wheeler Crash

The Ammons Law Firm has filed a lawsuit in Midland County, Texas on behalf of a family who lost their husband and father in a fatal collision involving an 18-wheeler. The fatal crash occurred when the driver of the 18-wheeler attempted to make a left turn without yielding the right-of-way to the man who was driving a 2015 GMC Sierra. The 18-wheeler clipped the back of the GMC Sierra’s wheels causing it to rollover until it came to rest on its side.

In the lawsuit, the Ammons Law Firm claims the trucker, who was on the job at the time of the collision, was negligent, reckless and distracted in his operation of the 18-wheeler.

The Ammons Law Firm has a nationwide personal injury practice focusing on tire defects, truck accidents, rollovers, consumer protection and product liability, catastrophic injury, wrongful death, post-collision fires, seatbelt defects, airbag defects and plant explosions.

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