Illinois Truck Accident Attorneys
When a truck accident occurs, there will almost always be a victim.
Large trucks are consistently involved in a higher proportion of fatal crashes than passenger vehicles for several reasons. Not only are commercial trucks significantly larger, they are more difficult to operate and are usually driven for substantially more miles than the average passenger vehicle. According to the NHTSA National Center for Statistics, Illinois averages 110+ fatalities from truck accidents every year.
Injured in an Illinois Accident with an 18-Wheeler?
It is highly recommended that you get the legal assistance of an Illinois truck accident lawyer you can rely on. Professional legal advice is extremely useful in a situation where you have to deal with large trucking companies and their insurance companies as well. Let us assist you in making a difference on your behalf. We are committed to working hard to make sure your claim is filed correctly and your voice is heard.
Illinois Truck Accident Statistics
According to data provided by the NHTSA (2014):
- There were 111 fatalities from truck crashes.
- Will County had the most fatal truck accidents.
Illinois State Information
- Population: 12,859,995
- Capital: Springfield
- Most Populous City: Chicago
Top 10 Cities
Top 5 Counties
- Cook County
- DuPage County
- Lake County
- Will County
- Kane County
About Illinois Highways
The important north-south routes in Illinois include:
- Interstate 39
- Interstate 55
- Interstate 57
Illinois' important east-west routes include:
- Interstate 64
- Interstate 70
- Interstate 72
- Interstate 74
- Interstate 80
- Interstate 88
- Interstate 90
Contact an Illinois Truck Accident Attorney Today!
Arnold & Itkin has an experienced team of lawyers who can help you fight for the compensation you and your family deserve. You can rely on our knowledge to help you, guiding you through your case with practical advice and caring assistance. We understand the laws and technical issues involved in truck accident cases. We can be with you every step of the process, from dealing with insurance companies to bringing your case before a jury.