Oklahoma State Trucking Profiles

The Rode Law Firm provides legal counsel to people who have been injured in tractor-trailer accidents in Tulsa and across Oklahoma as well as any other state. Whether you have been injured in a large truck accident on I-44, I-244, U.S. Highway 64/U.S. Highway 51, U.S. 75, the Mingo Valley Expressway/U.S. 169, I-40, I-70, or any other road, you want a personal injury attorney with a proven track record of successfully handling tractor-trailer accidents.

The truck accident lawyers at the Rode Law Firm have handled tractor-trailer accidents, 18-wheeler injury claims and wrongful death claims for more than 30 years. Our representation on behalf of truck accident victims has delivered numerous settlements and verdicts to clients ranging from $125,000 to $1.3 million. For help with legal representation, call our attorneys or fill out our online form.

The stakes are much higher in commercial truck accidents than in crashes involving only passenger vehicles. A heavy truck’s size creates greater potential for serious head injuries, back injuries, and catastrophic injuries — or, in the worst accidents, a wrongful death. The trucking company and truck driver will have lawyers representing them after any serious truck crash. You should too. You should have a truck accident lawyer from Rode Law Firm advocating for your legal rights. Whether the accident was caused by a commercial truck, tractor-trailer, 18-wheeler, semi, or big rig, the tractor-trailer accident attorneys at Rode Law Firm are here to help. Talk to a Tulsa truck accident attorney today. Then you can make a well-informed decision about your future from a serious truck accident.

Call the Rode Law Firm and get on your Road to Recovery.

For a no-cost case evaluation, call today or fill out our online form.


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