Preventable truck accidents seriously injure and kill thousands of people every year in the U.S. When these accidents are caused by the negligence of a truck driver, his or her employer, or another party, victims have a legal right to seek compensation for their losses, which may include medical bills, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, and more.
At BD&J, PC, our team of experienced lawyers provide zealous advocacy for the injured. In fact, we have recovered more than $500 million in compensation for our clients. If you or a loved one has been injured, or if you have suffered the wrongful death of a family member, you can feel confident turning to our firm for the kind of skilled representation that gets results. Contact us today to get started with a free consultation.
BD&J, PC has successfully handled all types of truck accident cases, including those involving:
- Fatigued drivers
- Drunk/drugged drivers
- Improperly loaded/overloaded trailers
- Maintenance failures
- Negligent hiring
You only have two years to file a personal injury claim in California.
Do not delay – contact our firm at your earliest convenience.
Why Choose BD&J, PC for Your San Jose Truck Accident Case?
- We advance case costs – you pay nothing unless we win
- Direct communication with our lawyers 24/7
- Highly educated, knowledgeable trial attorneys
- Over $500 million recovered
- Thousands of satisfied clients
Call Today to Discuss Your Case
BD&J, PC is committed to providing the highest caliber of legal services to injured people in a time of need. Compassionate, experienced, and tenacious, we are prepared to do whatever it takes to ensure that our clients receive justice and a fair outcome to their case. If you’ve been injured in San Jose, we are standing by to offer you the help you need.
we advance your
No recovery - no fees. If we don’t win your case, you don’t pay a dime.
You will have direct communication with our attorneys 24/7.
Our attorneys are graduates of UCLA, Southwestern Law School, Pepperdine and Loyola.
BD&J has recovered more than $500 million on behalf of the injured.