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No auto accident should be taken lightly, however when semi-trucks, tractor-trailers and other large commercial vehicles are involved, life-threatening consequences are almost always a result. If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident involving a commercial truck, you need aggressive legal representation. Daniel Earnshaw will fight to ensure you get every penny you deserve to cover your immediate medical care, continuing medical therapy and emotional duress.

With over 30 years experience specializing in personal injury cases, the Law Offices of Daniel Earnshaw has helped many clients in Harford County, Maryland and surrounding areas who have fell victim to commercial truck accidents.

Large commercial trucks, RVs, and tractor-trailers can be dangerous obstacles on public roads and highways. To be a professional truck driver, there are a number of strict federal laws and regulations, including those under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, which help to prevent deaths and severe auto injuries.

Some of these regulations include:

  • Driver Qualifications
  • Driver Logs and Hours of Service
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Cargo Loading Limits
  • Distracted While Driving

Were You Injured in a Truck Accident?

If you have suffered severe injuries due to the negligence of truck driver, call us right away. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and future medical treatment. The Law Offices of Daniel J. Earnshaw are here to discuss your case with a free initial consultation!

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“This was a unique accident because I had two claims out of one accident: one against the driver that hit me and also a worker’s compensation claim.

The other driver claimed I had crossed the center line and caused the accident. But Mr. Earnshaw investigated and researched the law and was able to prove that in fact it was the other driver who crossed the center line. After which, he was able to get the other driver’s insurance company to pay the full policy limits and he got my insurance company to pay me an additional amount under my underinsured motorist coverage which I didn’t even know I had!

The Worker’s Compensation insurer declined coverage arguing that I was not at work at the time of the accident. Due to Mr. Earnshaw’s extensive knowledge of Worker’s Compensation law, we won on that question at the Worker’s Compensation Commission. The insurer appealed and Mr. Earnshaw won again in front of a jury in Baltimore County Circuit Court.”

- G. S., Perry Hall, Maryland