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If you've been in an accident with a bus, delivery truck or van, the driver'sinsurance company and adjusters will act quickly to settle the case. (using "you've" means we're talking one accident) Don't accept a quick settlement, and become a victim twice. Darryl will fight to protect your rights and to get you the best compensation possible.

Darryl is experienced in handling these types of accident cases and has a proven track record of getting results for his clients (click on Case Results).


if you are involved in a commercial vehicle accident. CALL THE POLICE. A police officer is trained to collect all the necessary information and evidence from the parties involved. A police report is very important by creating an official record of what transpired, which will determine who is at fault. If possible, take photos of the accident. Obtain relevant information from the other vehicles involved: company name and numbers on the vehicle, license plate numbers, names of other drivers, insurance companies, policy numbers, etc. If there are any witnesses, get their names and phone numbers. Then call Darryl.


NEVER LEAVE THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT! Even the smallest accident can cause extensive damages and injuries. Stay at the scene of the accident.


Over 500,000 trucking accidents occur every year in the United States.The injuries sustained in these accidents are often very serious. Approximately 5,000 trucking accidents result in fatalities. 18-wheeler trucking accidents account for one out of every eight traffic deaths on our highways.

Trucking companies usually have big insurance companies behind them that want to take advantage of you. Don't become a victim twice. You need Darryl on your side.

Darryl is experienced in handling these types of accident cases and has a proven track record of getting results for his clients (click on Case Results).


if you are involved in an 18-wheeler accident.
CALL THE POLICE. A police officer is trained to collect all the necessary information and evidence from the parties involved. A police report is very important by creating an official record of what transpired, which will determine who is at fault. If possible, take photos of the accident. Obtain pertinent information from the other vehicles involved: trucking company information, license plate numbers, name of other drivers, insurance companies, policy numbers, etc. If there are any witnesses, get their names and phone numbers.Then call Darryl.


NEVER LEAVE THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT! Even the smallest accident can cause extensive damages and injuries. Stay at the scene of the accident.