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Experienced Austin Truck Accident Attorneys

Each year over 500,000 tractor trailers or "semis" are involved in auto accidents. These trucking accidents often result in serious or catastrophic injuries or fatalities.

The causes of these accidents are varied. A number of semi wrecks are caused by driver fatigue. Federal regulations govern the number of hours that truckers are allowed to work. But the temptation to keep working is too strong, and many trucking companies encourage truckers to keep a separate trucking log or alter records to avoid being limited by the regulations.

Many other trucking accidents are caused by the use of alcohol or other illegal substances. Again, federal regulations govern these areas, but far too often, trucking companies skirt those rules.

If you or a loved one has sustained serious personal injuries from a tractor trailer accident, please call us or fill out the form below to set up an appointment.

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For 20 years, the personal injury attorneys at Schuelke Law have been helping accident victims and their families recover damages and get their lives back. Get the benefits you deserve. Get the respect you deserve. Contact Schuelke Law now and setup an appoinment. We are dedicated to improving the public perception of lawyers, one client at a time.

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