Oil, gas, and crude oil are mostly transported by big rigs, 18-wheelers,
and semi-trucks. These large vehicles transport highly flammable and explosive
substances across North Dakota and the United States using roads that
people travel on each day. These large, heavy vehicles travel at high
speeds, so it is of the utmost importance that the driver, manufacturer,
and oil company ensure that these vehicles are properly maintained and
that the operators are adequately trained.
If you were injured during an accident or as a result of a gas or oil explosion,
it is absolutely essential that you retain the representation of Lenahan
Law Firm. We have the experience and reputation to help fight for your
compensation following an accident.
Ensuring the Insurance Company Upholds Their End of the Deal
As an individual who was injured in a big rig accident, you have the right
to retain the representation of an attorney. Our firm can work diligently
to hold the wrongful party or parties accountable for their reckless or
illegal behavior. We understand that this time in your life may be difficult,
but working with a North Dakota big rig and oil rig attorney from our
team can greatly benefit your case. Additionally, oil field workers who
were seriously injured in accidents while on the job may be able to hold
their employers liable for their injuries. Because your case is unique,
it is imperative that you work with our team as soon as possible to discuss
your specific situation.
Videos From Our Firm's Actual Big-Rig Accidents
Sleeping at 69 MPH
This video speaks for itself when the driver of an 18-wheeler slams into
a car, and a fiery crash ensues.
Driver Blames "Mechanical Problems"
The driver of this big rig was driving down an Oklahoma highway, late at
night, going dangeroulsy slow -- only 9 miles per hour. He blamed "mechanical
problems" and denied responsiblility for the injuries he caused.
Performance Food Group Safety Director Doesn't Blame His Sleeping Driver
Watch the driver ignore the brake lights ahead of him. He falls asleep
and his truck pick up speed as all of the traffic ahead of him slows down.
The insurance company tried to deny that the driver fell asleep. We've
included an excerpt from the accident report below.
"The Other Driver Came Into My Lane"
The big rig changed lanes and forced a private investigator's car to
smash into a barrier. The driver immediately blamed it on another driver
who came into his lane, even though there was clearly no other driver.
How Powerful is a Loaded 18-Wheeler?
This big rig was moving with such momentum that car after car was tossed
aside as it plowed through traffic.
Schedule a Consultation with Lenahan Law Firm
At our firm, we have an in-depth understanding of the various laws and
regulations that govern the following:
We can use this knowledge to your advantage. When you work with our firm,
we can take immediate action to ensure that your rights are protected
and we can develop a personalized strategy for your case. If you have
questions or concerns regarding your situation or how working with Lenahan
Law Firm can help you, do not hesitate to schedule a consultation with
our North Dakota catastrophic injury lawyers today.
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