Holding Commercial Trucking Companies Accountable

An 18-wheel commercial truck should be used to transport goods, not serve as a deadly weapon on the roads of Wisconsin. At Sparr, Belville & Brown, LLC in Oshkosh, we hold truck drivers and their employers responsible when inattentiveness, impairment or loss of control results in disaster.

A truck driver failing to adhere to governing federal regulations puts you and your family at risk. Contact us at 920-335-1413.

Your Life Can Be Changed Forever Following A Truck Accident

When a semitractor-trailer collides with your car, the results are usually catastrophic. The weight of the truck combined with the impact speed could result in serious injury for you or the death of a loved one. Careers end. Personal lives are changed forever.

With so much at stake, why would you try to resolve the case on your own?

Do Not Resolve a Truck Accident Claim on Your Own

Insurance companies may coerce you into settling, but do not make any decisions before contacting a personal injury attorney at our firm We encourage all clients to resist the temptation of a quick payoff. You may be entitled to monetary compensation for the injuries you have suffered, and the trucking company is unlikely to pay you a fair amount if you don’t have a lawyer.

We Get To The Facts And Team With Experts

Taking a fact-based approach to a truck accident case means that we secure data that includes log records and black box information if available. We also team with vocational experts and economists to assess the long-term effects of your injuries. That includes the job you have and the income you could have earned if the accident had never occurred.

Contact Us

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced personal injury lawyer, please contact us by email or by calling 920-335-1413. We take all truck accident cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we don’t get paid until we get money for you.