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Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. lawyers learn about truck accidents

To win a truck accident case, lawyers need to be able to combine knowledge stretching across many fields. Those fields include engineering, truck systems, driver training, regulation and industry practices, as well as the law. Because truck accidents often result in the most serious injuries, law suits involving truck accidents require a lawyer that has the insight and knowledge of all these fields and knows how to apply them to each stage of their client's truck accident lawsuit.

On top of handling many truck cases over the years, the attorneys at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. are also committed to furthering their formal education on truck accidents. From October 19, 2014 through October 21, 2014, attorneys Dallas W. Hartman, Douglas J. Olcott, and Patrick L. Sullivan attended advanced courses as a part of a seminar entitled "How to Win Trucking Cases" in Las Vegas, Nevada. As part of the seminar, the three lawyers attended over 20 hours of lectures and demonstrations across the many fields involved in truck accident litigation.

The lawyers at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. were inspired to further their education on trucking accidents after the recent influx of trucking lawsuits that the law firm has received. Just this past year, the truck accident lawyers of Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. came to a settlement of $1,260,000.00 for the estate of a New Castle, Pennsylvania man that was killed when he was rear-ended by a tractor trailer.

If you or someone you know has been injured in a truck accident, it is critical that an experienced and well educated attorney helps you reach a full and proper financial recovery. For a free consultation, call the truck accident lawyers at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. today at 800-777-4081.

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