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Protecting The Interests Of Truck Accident Victims

Truck accidents can result in catastrophic, life-changing injuries. If you or a loved one has been seriously hurt in a trucking accident, it is important to protect your interests and pursue the compensation you need to begin moving forward with your life. Attorney Kit McCahren is dedicated to helping victims of motor vehicle accidents. With more than 30 years of legal experience, he understands how to build a strong personal injury claim that holds negligent parties accountable for their actions.

Standing Up For People Hurt In All Types Of Trucking Accidents

Attorney McCahren handles all claims arising from truck accidents in South Dakota. From highway crashes involving 18-wheelers to accidents with delivery vans on residential streets, Kit understands how important it is to develop a full picture of your injuries, accounting not only for your immediate medical expenses, but also for anticipated future medical costs, present and future lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages.

Liability for a truck accident often extends beyond the truck driver. Most drivers are employed by large businesses who may share in some of the blame for the accident. For example, if a driver was required to work beyond federally mandated hours or if a vehicle was negligently maintained, it may be possible to pursue compensation from other parties. Attorney McCahren will pursue every avenue of potential compensation while working hard to ensure that all negligent parties are held accountable for their roles in the accident.

Contact Attorney Kit McCahren For A Free Consultation

If you have been hurt in a truck accident or have lost a loved one in an accident with a truck, Kit McCahren is here for you. To schedule a free consultation, call 605-223-0366. You may also complete the online contact form. Kit has offices in Sioux Falls, Pierre, Rapid City, and Aberdeen. However, he travels to visit his clients throughout the state if they are unable to come to one of his office locations.