Truck & Auto Accidents

The A.W. Smith Law Firm, P.C. has extensive experience and a history of success with cases involving an injury due to collisions with all types of vehicles. Specifically, collisions with tractor trailers and semis often cause devastating damage and may involve a claim for personal injury, wrongful death, or property damage against the transportation company, insurance companies, drivers and others.

Our firm, in Columbia, Missouri has the knowledge, familiarity, and necessary information to effectively pursue these often complex cases. Our experience with these kinds of cases has left us well-versed in the types of laws and regulations trucking companies are expected to follow, and the expectations and obligations of the individual drivers.

Often, when these kinds of accidents happen, the companies will act quickly to bury facts, change stories, and hide the truth. Our skill and fluency with these types of cases eases the burden of finding the reality of the crash and presenting that case to judges and juries. This ability helps to ensure a successful outcome of the case for our clients.

Let the A.W. Smith Law Firm, P.C.'s exceptional experience with truck and auto accidents work for you and your family. There is no charge for an initial consultation to discuss your case, and we don't make anything unless you do. We would be more than happy to discuss your potential claim with you.

Missouri Injury Attorneys Blog - Motor Vehicle Crash

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  • Fatality Caused by Wrong-way Driver In Franklin County, a young man is killed after the driver attempted to avoid a wrong-way collision with another vehicle and left the roadway, ....