TRuck Accident Attorneys in Oklahoma
Quality Legal Counsel in Ponca City, Stillwater & Tulsa
Truck accidents cause some of the most catastrophic injuries we see. For that reason Martin Jean & Jackson commits an entire practice area to meeting the needs of clients who have been injured by trucks.
As Oklahoma's premier personal injury law firm, we dedicate ourselves to achieving maximum results for our clients. We do this by providing them with the legal resources they need to defend their rights against large insurance and trucking companies.
Schedule a free consultation with a renowned Oklahoma truck accident lawyer. Call our office in Tulsa at (918) 623-4119, Stillwater at (405) 384-7887, or Ponca City at (580) 290-1006.
We Fight Insurance Companies
If you have been injured in an accident with a truck, please call us as soon as possible. Few clients understand that they have rights to compensation in these situations. As a result, they think that the insurance adjuster is there to help them.
The truth is that the insurance adjuster is only there to protect the interests of the insurance company. Additionally, if a trucking company is involved, they will be doing whatever it takes to protect their reputation and mitigate their responsibility. To maximize your results, and obtain the justice you deserve, you need to speak with someone who is committed to protecting your best interests and fighting for the recovery you are entitled to. Martin Jean & Jackson has built its entire practice on providing this service.
Experienced Oklahoma Truck Accident Attorneys
Drawing on more than 100 combined years of legal experience held by our firm's attorneys, we are able to vigorously fight for our clients’ interests. Our longstanding history means that we have the seasoned legal judgment clients need to get what they deserve.
Start pursuing your case today. Call our Tulsa office at (918) 623-4119, our Stillwater office at (405) 384-7887, or our Ponca City office at (580) 290-1006 to meet with our aggressive personal injury lawyers in Oklahoma.