Asheville, North Carolina, is at the intersection of two major interstate highways.  As a result, the people of Western North Carolina are more susceptible to being injured by tractor-trailer trucks, 18 wheeled vehicles, and large trucks being used in interstate commerce.  These trucks are frequently loaded with as many as 80,000 lbs.  The impact from a truck with a motorcycle or a passenger vehicle often results in serious injury or trauma to the persons on the motorcycle or in the passenger vehicle.  Interstate 40 (I-40) and Interstate 26 (I-26) are two major highways intersecting Asheville, North Carolina, traveled by large trucks, semi-trucks, tractor-trailers, and construction vehicles.  Negligent truck driving and driver fatigue are frequently the causes of these dangerous accidents.

Expertise and knowledge of trucking lawyers is crucial for cases involving significant personal injury or death caused by trucking collisions.  If you have been injured in a motor vehicle collision involving a large truck or other vehicle, contact the experienced truck accident attorneys at Fisher Stark, P.A. Asheville attorneys, Perry Fisher and Brad Stark, are knowledgeable in assisting trucking accident survivors throughout Western North Carolina. You will receive full and aggressive representation from these lawyers in order to obtain the entire compensation that the law allows from your personal injury sustained in a truck-related collision.

Asheville, North Carolina, is at the intersection of two major interstate highways.  I-40 takes big rig trucks and many over-the-highway carriers of interstate commerce across Western North Carolina.  I-40 travels from the Tennessee state line through Haywood County to Buncombe County, then McDowell County to Burke County, then to Iredell County, North Carolina.  Trucking accidents occur along this route frequently harming and injuring people.  I-26 is a North/South highway that also intersects in Asheville, North Carolina.  I-26 goes from the Tennessee state line through Madison County into Buncombe County, then Henderson County to Polk County, then to South Carolina.  The lawyers at Fisher Stark, P.A. have tried cases in each of those Western North Carolina counties.


Written by: Perry Fisher