Asserting Your Rights After A Truck Accident

Attorney Mark L. Chipokas understands the needs of those injured in trucking accidents. He knows that securing maximum compensation is a must in order to help you cover medical bills, lost wages and other expenses related to their accident.

Mark has been helping people recover the compensation they need and deserve for more than 25 years. He knows what it takes to build a winning case, and he uses that skill and experience to help his clients secure the financial support they need to help them on their path to recovery.

Give Mark's office a call today to discuss your particular circumstances in a free consultation. He serves clients throughout the Cedar Rapids/Iowa City area.

What Caused The Accident That Injured You?

Trucking accidents cause catastrophic injuries that can change an individual's life and the lives of his or her loved ones for years to come. A loaded semi weighs 80,000 pounds. When something that large and that heavy strikes a car, the injuries can be devastating. The injuries may take years to recover from it. Extensive medical care may be necessary.

These types of accidents are also complex. Many factors are often involved in trucking accidents. In order to build the strongest cases for his clients, attorney Mark L. Chipokas utilizes the services of accident reconstructionists and other experts who lay a foundation of solid evidence. Some of the factors that can contribute to a trucking accident are:

  • Driver fatigue
  • Speeding
  • Drug or alcohol abuse
  • Inadequate maintenance

Contact Iowa Truck Injury Attorney Mark L. Chipokas

If you have been injured in a trucking accident, you deserve to be compensated for those injuries. Cedar Rapids truck accident lawyer Mark L. Chipokas has been helping people for more than 20 years; let him help you build the strong case you need. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 319-423-8011, toll free at 800-723-2598 or simply contact Mark's office online.

Mr. Chipokas takes personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. That means he collects attorney fees only if he recovers compensation or benefits for you.