Negligent Trucking Companies

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Holding Negligent Trucking Companies Accountable

Whether it’s cutting corners on truck maintenance or forcing drivers to carry an unsafe amount of cargo — trucking company negligence can and does lead to accidents that seriously injure innocent people.

At Ashton & Price, we represent people who have been harmed by trucking company negligence in the Sacramento area and throughout central and northern California. If you decide to retain us as your lawyers, we’ll immediately begin working to protect your rights by investigating and preserving the critical evidence needed to prove the trucking company’s negligence. Contact us to schedule a free consultation today.

"Our firm has obtained more than $100 million in settlements and judgments on behalf of our clients. That doesn’t happen by just asking for the money. We fight aggressively and make sure we know the full extent of your damages before we start negotiating and preparing for trial." — Attorney Craig Ashton.

You Can Recover Even if You Were Partly at Fault

California is a comparative negligence state. This means that even if you were partially at fault for an accident, the trucking company could still be held liable for damages equal to the percentage of fault the trucking company was found to have for the accident.

Getting the Best Available Medical Care

Even if you don’t have medical insurance coverage, we will introduce you to the very best medical care providers in the area, and help make arrangements for them to see you right away. In most cases, there will be no out-of-pocket expenses and no health insurance* necessary.

To learn more about this topic, see our truck accidents information center.

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  • No Attorney Fee Unless You Win

Contact us for an honest assessment of your case and of our ability to recover money for you through negotiation or at trial.

*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.

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