Commercial Vehicle Accident Lawyer
Commercial Vehicle Accident Lawyer Cesar Ornelas and His Team Is Here To Help!
If you have been injured in a commercial vehicle accident, you aren’t alone. Every day, more than a million cars take to the road in San Antonio, and with that number going up by as many as 150 new vehicles each day, accidents involving commercial vehicles are bound to happen. Bexar County has the third-highest rate of commercial vehicle accidents in Texas after Harris and Dallas Counties.
And while a typical accident involving passenger vehicles can be traumatic, an accident involving a commercial vehicle can be much more severe. Besides being left without transportation, many victims must deal with life-threatening injuries that require ongoing medical care and rehabilitation for years after the accident.
Having a team of experienced lawyers like the ones at Cesar Ornelas Law is so important. We understand that it can be after an accident, which is why we not only fight the legal battle, but we help victims of San Antonio commercial vehicle accidents throughout the process of getting their lives back in order after an accident.
Starting with your free consultation, our legal experts work with you to make sure you get the best medical care and that everything is correctly documented for later. We’ll deal with the insurance companies and their adjusters, so you don’t have to. From investigating the accident to negotiating the best settlement, our professional personal injury attorneys fight for your rights and protect your best interests every step of the way so you can focus on your recovery.
WE’RE READY TO FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS
Commercial Vehicles Include More Than Just Big Rigs
Besides just 18 wheelers and large semi-trucks, other commercial vehicles pose severe dangers to San Antonio drivers, including the following:
Fleet vehicles (taxi cabs, limousines, party buses)
Buses, including city or school buses
Repair company trucks and vans
These kinds of large commercial vehicles are often massive, difficult to control, and have large blind spots. In many cases, drivers are unable to prevent an accident once something starts to go wrong.