Truck Accidents

We take your injuries seriously!

Every 16 minutes, one person is injured or killed in a truck accident. If you or a family member have been injured in a truck accident, the attorneys at Akhavan Law Firm are ready to help.

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) estimates that over 500,000 truck accidents occur every year. Our expert attorneys will investigate your truck accident and hire an appropriate specialists and experts to re-examine and justify your accident.

There are more than 200,000,000 licensed drivers in the United States. (As of 2003 we’re close to a yearly 7 million motor vehicle accidents, involving well over 3.5 million injuries).

At Akhavan Law Firm, we provide aggressive representation with maximum compensation for your truck accidents. We understand the severity of truck accidents and provide comfort and reassurance throughout the process. As a result, all of our truck accident cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means, NO Hourly Fees & NO Recovery, No Fee!

Our Investigation Processs

When conducting our investigations, we frequently gather facts that clearly illustrate the truck drivers negligence, such as:

  • Truck driver fatigue resulting from sleepless nights and strenuous work activity.
    Truck not undergoing proper maintenance.
  • Inept truck drivers that lack proper training.
  • At Akhavan Law Firm, our trial attorneys will utilize all these facts when negotiating your settlement. If the company refuses or does not provide a fair compensation, our DRIVEN and AGGRESSIVE attorneys will take your case to trial. We will work hard to get you the MAXIMUM compensation.

Dedicated To Obtaining Justice


Prepared To Go To All Lengths For Our Clients


Team Approach

Why Choose Us

Over a Decade of Professional Experience

Our attorneys at Akhavan Law Firm have more than a decade of collective experience advocating on behalf of injured victims throughout the region and have been trusted by countless clients over the years.

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