Jury Awards Trucking Accident Victim $1.25 Million – Part 1

Our Toledo, Ohio truck accident attorneys are excited to report that a jury in Wood County awarded $1.25 to a truck driver who suffered personal injury and had to have his leg amputated after a trucking accident.

On April 21, 2002, our client Sean McMahon, an over-the-road trucker, was parked late at night at the Stony Ridge truck stop in Wood County. He left his truck and observed a fight between one truck driver in the parking lot and another truck driver who was within his tractor-trailer. The truck driver behind the wheel lunged his truck forward and knocked the other trucker to the ground. Our client noticed that downed trucker was in the path of the trailer and managed to push him to safety. Unfortunately, at the same time, the trailer ran over Mr. McMahon’s lower right leg. The trucking accident ultimately caused his leg amputation.

Read “Jury Awards Trucking Accident Victim $1.25 million – Part II” to learn more about the liability surrounding the trucking company who employed the at-fault driver, and the appeal that brought Mr. McMahon the justice he deserved.

If you or someone you know has suffered personal injury from a trucking accident, you need information. Order your FREE copy of The Ohio Accident Book to learn your rights. If you suffered a personal injury while working as a truck driver, you can also order a FREE copy of The Ohio Work Injury Book. Contact our office today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC