Trucking Accidents

Truck accident

Dedicated Utah Trucking Accident Attorney Represents Injured Clients

Responsive law firm helps accident victims in the Utah area seek compensation

Because trucks are so much heavier and larger than cars, accidents involving trucks are much more likely to cause devastating injuries and loss of human life. As a caring attorney at the Law Office of Chris W. Chong, we represent accident victims in the Utah area. Though no amount of money can erase the heartache resulting from your injuries, we can advocate for your right to receive just compensation from the parties responsible for your accident. We develop targeted strategies to obtain damages for past and future medical bills, lost income, emotional distress and pain and suffering. If you have endured the loss of a loved one in a trucking accident, we can file a wrongful death suit on your behalf.

Concerned Utah attorney holds responsible parties accountable

It is especially sad to consider that many tragic accidents wouldn’t have happened if truck drivers and the companies that employ them followed the federal regulations designed to improve truck safety. At the Law Office of Chris W. Chong, we can help you pursue justice and compensation when you’re injured in an accident with a tractor-trailer, 18-wheeler or other large truck caused by:

We represent individuals injured in all types of commercial vehicle accidents, employing time-tested negotiation techniques and passionate courtroom representation in pursuit of the best possible outcome.

Committed legal professional builds and presents strong cases

We understand the anguish that follows a catastrophic trucking accident. Our goal is to provide you with the tools you need to recover and the compensation you deserve.

During the aftermath of trucking accidents, the trucking company often sends a team of experts to investigate the scene. Their goal is to reduce the amount of money they will have to pay you. We match the immediacy of their response. Our prompt investigation is geared toward preserving crucial evidence — such as witness statements and records of skid marks and vehicle positioning — to strengthen your case.

When preparing for negotiations or trial, we consult qualified experts who understand the extraordinary impact of trucking accidents. In court, these professionals — such as trauma doctors, chiropractors, accident reconstruction analysts, and mechanics — can help the judge and jury understand the full impact of your accident and resulting injuries. At every step, through settlement or trial, the Law Office of Chris W. Chong will serve as a committed advocate for you, seeking the damages you deserve.

Helpful Utah personal injury attorney represents truck accident victims

If you were injured in a trucking accident, or if your loved one was killed in one, we offer the compassionate representation you deserve. Call the Law Office of Chris W. Chong at (833) 256-8810 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation. Our goal is to obtain a settlement or verdict that allows you to move forward with your life.

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“Mr. Chong was recommended to us by a family member when my son had an accident where the other party was at fault and had no insurance at all. Chris knew what to do and was very helpful and always answered our calls or texts…”

Yoly R.

” I had a great experience with Chris Chong as my first attorney.. I had heard alot of complaints of other lawyers and from my point of view Chris Chong did everything he can to settle our cases.. very helpful and honest.. he took his time to answer all of my questions. I was involved in a car accident…”

Jorge O.

“Chris really helped me out.. I rear ended by this jerk, and Chris…was able to get my car fix, and sent me to see doctors.. that really helped alot.. I would recommend him to everyone.”

Ricardo Q.

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