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With the coast-to-coast nature of businesses today, and the rapid rise in on-line shopping and shipping, the trucking industry continues to grow. Similarly, the level of governmental regulation of the trucking industry continues to increase. While this is good for businesses and consumers, it places tighter constraints on those earning their living as an over the road trucker. Unfortunately, this often leads to truck drivers who are over-tired, over-worked, or just plain road-weary, which can have catastrophic or deadly consequences. For more than 10 years, the lawyers of Morefield Speicher Bachman, LC have represented numerous trucking companies who are diligent to hire excellent drivers and who insist on the highest level of safety. Unfortunately, not all trucking companies share this devotion to safety and quality. Morefield Speicher Bachman, LC has the experience to help those who have been injured by careless truck drivers and companies who fail to take appropriate safety measures.

Attorneys Rick Morefield and Andrew Speicher have extensive experience helping people recover for the injuries and damages they suffered in a truck accident as a result of someone else’s negligence. They are happy to talk with you about your potential Kansas or Missouri claim.

 

Preparing for Your Free Consultation

During your free initial consultation we will discuss the facts of of your truck accident and find out from you about the damages you have suffered as a result. You will able to ask questions about the process and about our experience in handling trucking cases. Most importantly it is a chance for you to meet the attorneys and paralegals that will be dedicated to your case. If you live outside the Kansas City area, or are unable to travel because of your injuries, we can make other arrangements for your initial consultation.

It would be helpful to bring the following documents with you if you have them:

  • A copy of any accident or incident reports you have
  • Medical bills and prescription receipts
  • Medical records given to you by your doctors
  • Explanation of Benefit forms from your health insurance provider
  • Correspondence from the at-fault party, or his or her insurers, agents, or attorneys
  • Your log books (if you were driving a commercial truck)
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