Attorney Devon Bruce Takes On Nationwide Trucking Company After Rockford Crash

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. || Aug 6, 2015

Attorney Devon Bruce has filed a complaint on behalf of two teenage girls who were seriously injured after being hit by a large commercial truck in Rockford, Illinois. Bruce, who has obtained a number of significant multimillion dollar recoveries for victims of trucking negligence, alleges that the nationwide trucking company’s truck driver disobeyed traffic control devices, which resulted in the collision with the girls’ car in a controlled intersection.

After emergency responders pried the young women from the car, both were transported to a local hospital where they remained in critical condition.

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The attorneys at Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. have the tenacity and experience needed to take on nationwide trucking companies and large corporations in big rig accidents. In fact, we have recovered more than $260 million in verdicts and settlements in trucking accident cases alone. In one case, attorneys at our firm won a $100 million settlement in a wrongful death trucking accident case – the largest personal injury award to a single family in the state of Illinois.

If you or someone you love was involved in an accident with a large commercial big rig, we invite you to contact the Chicago injury attorneys at Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. to discuss your legal rights and options in a free case evaluation.

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