Every year thousands of people are seriously injured or killed in collisions with semi-trucks. Those who survive often have brain injuries, suffer permanent disabilities and paralysis, and have their lives changed forever. Trucking companies must be held accountable for pressuring drivers to break the law and drive too many hours each day.
Trucking companies encourage, and truck drivers are notorious, for driving in unsafe conditions, such as snow storms, fog, heavy rain, etc. Trucking companies give their drivers deadlines that can only be met if the driver exceeds the speed limit and exceeds the maximum hours allowed per day.
The lawyers at Cady Law Firm, LLC have experience working on semi-truck or tractor-trailer cases. We hold trucking companies accountable for the policies and procedures they employ which create the dangerous and unsafe conditions on the roadway. Collisions with tractor-trailers almost always result in significant injuries, and we've worked with clients with brain injuries, diminished capacity, and special needs because of the wreck they were involved in.
We also know and work with some of the best experts in the business. We have accident re-constructionists, life care planners, vocational experts, and other experts who work with and for us.
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Cady Law Firm provides legal services throughout Missouri, including the communities of Kansas City, St. Louis, St. Louis City, Springfield, Birmingham, Blue Springs, Claycomo, Gladstone, Grain Valley, Grandview, Houston Lake, Independence, Lake Waukomis, Lee's Summit, Liberty, North Kansas City, Oakview, Oakwood, Oakwood Park, Parkville, Platte City, Platte Woods, Pleasant Valley, Randolph, Raytown, Riverside, Smithville, Sugar Creek, Weatherby Lake, and Weston. We also provide legal services in Clay County, Platte County, Jackson County, St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, and Greene County.
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