Oklahoma Truck Accident Attorneys
Nationwide Counsel for Victims of Semi-Truck Crashes
In 2010, Oklahoma received $6,079,330.00 in overall highway safety grant funding according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Despite this, Oklahoma reports an average of 120+ fatal accidents every year involving commercial trucks. The number of those injured by truck accidents is even higher. If you are a victim of a serious accident, it is time to contact an Oklahoma truck accident lawyer to fight for fair compensation.
Talk to our team at (888) 493-1629 for answers and insight about your rights and options.
Oklahoma Truck Accident Statistics
According to data provided by the NHTSA (2014):
- There were 134 fatalities from truck crashes.
- Oklahoma County had the most fatal truck accidents.
Oklahoma State Information
- Population: 3,911,338
- Capital: Oklahoma City
- Most Populous City: Oklahoma City
Top 5 Counties
- Oklahoma County
- Tulsa County
- Cleveland County
- Comanche County
- Canadian County
Top 10 Cities
- Oklahoma City
- Broken Arrow
- Midwest City
About Oklahoma Highways
Oklahoma is seen as a crossroads for many cross-country travelers between Interstate 35 and Interstate 40 intersect. Oklahoma roads can also be frustrating for non-residents as the interstates sometime narrow to one lane in each direction. I-35, I-40, I-44, I-235, I-240, U.S. 77, and the Kilpatrick Turnpike are the major routes traveled.
Professional Help for Your Trucking Accident
Compared to the total number of vehicles on the highway, truck drivers are involved in a disproportionately high number of the serious and fatal accidents that occur. The causes of accidents vary, but they may be as simple as a distracted truck driver. Whatever the cause, truck accidents almost always result in a victim.
Regardless of extenuating circumstances, you can count on the guidance and efficiency that you will find at our personal injury law firm. We offer you to come in for a free initial consultation to discuss your case and to address all of your unanswered questions. Case evidence can get lost over time, so it is important that you contact us today. We are prepared and willing to stand up for your personal rights to fair compensation, and we are waiting to hear from you!
Contact us today to discuss your case and how our Oklahoma truck accident lawyers can help.