Wichita Truck Accident Attorney
Call us if you’ve been in a crash with a big rig, tractor-trailer, 18-wheeler or semi-truck
Injured in an accident caused by a truck driver in Wichita? Hold negligent truck drivers, trucking companies, and insurance providers accountable for their reckless behavior. Bretz Injury Law can fight for your rights.
Our team of experienced attorneys knows how the legal system works in Kansas and what needs to be done to build a successful legal case. We know how to identify all the parties who should be held responsible in trucking accidents. We know how to determine the long-term physical and financial costs of your injuries. That way, we can demand the benefits you need to get life back on track.
We also understand the urgency of such cases. By law, you only have two years from the date of your truck accident to take legal action. That might seem like a long time, but trucking companies do not save certain important accident data (including Hours of Service (HOS) logs) that long. Without that evidence, you could have a hard time building a strong case.
Cases we handle
Our law firm handles a wide range of truck accident cases throughout the Wichita area, including accidents involving:
Whatever type of commercial truck accident you're dealing with, no matter how complicated or straightforward it might seem, we want to help you hold the truck driver and trucking company responsible for its actions.
How we can help
The financial impact of a serious truck accident can be staggering. Depending on the severity of the injuries sustained by you or a loved one, your accident-related expenses could add up to thousands or even millions of dollars. Trucking companies know this. That's why they often hire teams of attorneys to defend their actions - and deny your claim.
We can help you fight back. We know what evidence to look for, what questions to ask, and how to negotiate effectively with trucking companies, insurance companies and their attorneys. If they refuse to cooperate, we're prepared to take them to court.