Have you been injured in an accident involving an 18-Wheeler or a train? Rick Woods is committed to helping individuals and families who have been injured in accidents involving semi-trucks and trains. Rick handles all motor vehicle accident cases on a contingency basis. Therefore, he does not charge attorneys’ fees without a settlement or jury verdict in your favor.
Contact Rick Woods today for a free, no-obligation consultation. Call today at 479-443-5222 or fill out the contact form.
GET RESULTS WITH RICK WOODS
Accidents involving passenger vehicles and semi-trucks or trains almost always result in serious injuries and property damages. Rick Woods, a practicing attorney in Northwest Arkansas, will fully work up and prepare your case for trial as this is the only proven method to get results.
Both the trucking and train industries are highly regulated and information obtained in the early stages by investigators can make or break your case. Rick Woods will hire investigators and experts to seek out the information necessary to advance your case. Insurance companies begin investigating the cause of accidents almost immediately after the accident occurs. They promptly hire investigators and experts in an effort to limit their liability. When we are hired quickly we can give you the same advantage as the insurance companies.
SERIOUS TRUCKING ACCIDENT INJURIES
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, approximately one in every nine highway deaths involves a large truck. Neck and back, quadriplegia, paraplegia, loss of limb, and brain injuries are only some of the serious injuries commonly associated with semi-truck and passenger vehicle accidents. Rick Woods employs an aggressive and proven method in order to get you the settlement or verdict you deserve.
TRAIN ACCIDENT ANALYSIS
In addition to the potential operational negligence of the train crew, the safety aspects of the railroad highway crossing must be analyzed. Engineering and human factors must be utilized in this safety analysis. Familiarity with technical data published by the Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, and other state and local sources is an absolute must in determining whether a given railroad grade crossing is reasonably safe or an ultra hazardous crossing. Expert witnesses are indispensable in prosecuting these cases.
Contact Rick Woods as quickly as possible after a train accident to ensure that you have a solid, trial-ready case. Contact Rick Woods online or by phone at 479-443-5222.