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On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I April 29, 2022 I Truck Accident

Proving Liability in a Delivery Truck Accident

If you are injured in a delivery truck accident, it can sometimes be difficult to prove liability. The driver of the truck may try to claim that they were not at fault, or that you were partially responsible for the accident.

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I February 28, 2022 I Truck Accident

How to Determine Liability after a Mississippi Truck Accident

Like most states, Mississippi follows a fault-based rule when it comes to motor vehicle collisions. Victims of car crashes have the right to pursue an insurance claim or lawsuit against the driver responsible for the accident. This rule applies to private motorists as well as drivers of large commercial trucks.

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I February 28, 2022 I Truck Accident

How Much Is My Mississippi Truck Accident Case Worth?

Truck accidents can be devastating. Large semi-trucks can weigh tens of thousands of pounds and carry dangerous and volatile cargo. Collisions between these vehicles and smaller passenger cars can result in catastrophic damages. 

If you are pursuing a legal claim following a Mississippi truck accident, you may wonder how much compensation you can expect to receive.

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I October 9, 2010 I Truck Accident

18 Wheeler Accidents: Why Investigation of the Claim Matters

Attorney Jonathan Franco discusses why it is important to have an attorney that specializes in 18 wheeler accident cases. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations set the safety standards for over the road drivers. If your attorney is not familiar with these regulations, then you may have the wrong attorney on your case.

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I October 9, 2010 I Truck Accident

New Law Aimed at Reducing 18 Wheeler Truck Accidents

New Law Aimed at Reducing 18 Wheeler Truck Accidents

Big Rig truck drivers are now required to log their hours electronically. We represent people severely injured in car accidents involving semi-trailer trucks and have seen the damage a tired truck driver behind the wheel of a 40 ton vehicle can cause in a wreck.