Truck Accident Lawyer in Modesto

30+ Years' Experience Can Help You. Call (209) 803-5117.

The Law Offices of Steven A. Fabbro works to hold negligent parties responsible for the accidents they cause. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a semi-truck collision, you can contact our firm for help. We can investigate the accident for evidence the truck driver is at fault for causing the crash, with the goal of using this evidence to win compensation for you in a personal injury or wrongful death claim.

Why Choose Our Truck Accident Attorneys?

  • $300+ million won in compensation for clients
  • You don't pay a cent until we win your case
  • Top-rated ethics and legal skill (AV Preeminent® rating)
  • Included in top 5% of Northern CA attorneys (Super Lawyers®)
  • Member of the Interstate Trucking Litigation Group

While money can't undo what you've suffered, you may be entitled to receive compensation for all of the following: medical expenses; lost income; and pain, suffering, and emotional distress. See how we can help you achieve justice and financial recovery.

Call (203) 803-5117 or request your free case review online with a Modesto semi truck accident attorney.

Holding Negligent Truckers Accountable

Our firm is ready to help investigate any type of truck accident to determine who is at fault and to recover fair compensation, whether you have suffered from a head-on, rear-end accident, T-bone, truck rollover, jackknife, or underride accident.

Types of truck accident cases we handle:

Depending on the circumstances, your lawsuit may be filed against the trucker, trucking company, or shipper. In any case, we are ready to fight aggressively to recover the monetary damages that you, as well as your family, deserve. Your first step to claiming financial compensation is to contact a trusted Modesto truck accident attorney for your free consultation.

Fill out our free case evaluation form or call (209) 803-5117 now to speak to our Modesto semi truck accident attorney.

30+ Years of Experience.

More than $300M Recovered.