Petrucelli Waara

Taking On Trucking Companies Since 1979

The size of tractor-trailers, semi trucks, 18-wheelers and other commercial trucks make them especially hazardous in a crash. After a serious accident involving a large truck, you will almost certainly have painful and expensive injuries.

If you have bills and other damages from a trucking accident, Petrucelli & Waara, PC is available to help you. Since 1979, we have represented injured clients throughout Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. One of the reasons we have lasted so long is our dedication to achieving positive results, even if it means taking on powerful trucking companies and insurance corporations.

We take a variety of cases, including those involving:

  • Distracted truck drivers
  • Truck driver fatigue
  • Drunk or drugged driving
  • Speeding
  • Faulty truck parts
  • Dangerous cargo loading
  • Fatal truck accidents
  • Improper maintenance
  • Inadequate driver training

Our firm has earned respect from clients and peers alike for our tough approach to personal injury claims. When we sit down with you, we are compassionate and empathetic. When we work with the other party, we are strong and assertive.

Why Hire A Truck Accident Lawyer?

Trucking companies have their own legal teams that they contact immediately after a crash. They do everything they can to place fault on you, even if the fault lies with them. Truck accidents also usually have issues of third-party liability. This means that more than one party and not just the truck driver could have contributed fault to the accident. Common sources of third-party liability include the manufacturer, the maintenance company or the cargo loaders.

After A Trucking Crash, Ask About A Free Consultation

You do not have to take on the complex nature of a truck accident claim on your own. Allow our strong, experienced legal team to help you. To make a completely free initial consultation, please call us toll-free at 877-906-6173, call us locally at 906-265-6173 or send us an email. We have offices in Iron River and Marquette.