Birmingham Truck & Tractor Trailer Accident Attorneys

Truck accidents on Alabama roads and freeways accounted for 2,367 injuries and 118 fatalities in a recent calendar year.* Unfortunately, many of these accidents and the subsequent deaths and injuries could have been avoided if it weren’t for the irresponsible actions of some drivers, their employers and the people responsible for maintaining commercial trucking vehicles.


We Represent Clients in All Types of Commercial Trucking Accidents

  • Logging Truck Accidents
  • Delivery Trucks
  • Construction Trucks
  • Garbage Trucks
  • Large Semi Trucks (tractor-trailers, 18-wheelers)
  • Other Commercial Carriers

Some of the Accident Types with Which We Have Experience Include

  • Rain, Heavy Fog and Intense Wind
  • Prescription Drug Use/Over-the-Counter Drug Use
  • Unsafe Road Conditions
  • Speeding
  • Irresponsible Motor Vehicle Operation
  • Inadequate Surveillance
  • Drivers Unfamiliar with Roadways
  • Alcohol
  • Truck Driver Fatigue


  • The Birmingham Alabama truck accident lawyers at Farris, Riley & Pitt have represented numerous clients who were involved in various types of trucking accidents. We have represented clients with injuries ranging from broken bones and bruises, to more severe injuries where our clients were left brain dead, paralyzed or killed.
  • Our attorneys are familiar and experienced with both local and federal laws that govern commercial truck operators. The firm’s tractor trailer attorneys are well prepared to represent clients who have suffered due to dangerous trucking conduct. They protect their clients from the mammoth trucking companies and will not stop until they obtain the compensation you deserve.


It is all too often the people in the lighter, smaller vehicle – people minding their own business trying to get home, go on vacation or visit family – who suffer the injurious and sometimes fatal consequences of  irresponsible driver behavior.

In these instances, liability goes far beyond the driver of the truck themselves. The company employing the driver may have imposed unrealistic schedules requiring the driver to be on the road far longer than the legal limit. The fleet maintenance provider may have been  careless in its duties to properly maintain the truck, contributing to the accident.

An experienced trucking attorney has the knowledge and resources to examine all facets of a truck accident in order to clearly identify the cause of the accident and precisely attribute  any unsafe actions to the resulting injuries or deaths.

Your Trusted Truck and Trailer Accident Lawyers

A trucking accident can occur on any road, highway or interstate. Rural roads, like many of the highways in Alabama, are often death traps for innocent victims hit by tractor trailers. If you or a loved one were injured or killed in such an accident, we will fight for you.

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We pride ourselves on our dedication and commitment to every case we handle and look forward to speaking with you soon.