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Our team is equipped with experienced investigators and trucking experts who work with our truck accident lawyers to provide thorough and knowledgeable representation throughout Wisconsin. We can help with making sure the medical bills are paid, payment is made for lost wages, and full compensation is reached for pain, suffering, and disability.

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    If you’ve been injured in an accident with a large truck or 18-wheeler in Appleton, Lake Geneva, or surrounding areas, you know first-hand how frightening it can be and the physical and financial toll it takes on you in its aftermath. These medical bills can drain your finances dry, but you shouldn’t have to pay when someone else is at fault.

    why choose HABUSH for YOUR truck accident CASE

    Certified Trial Lawyers

    Certified Trial Lawyers

    We have more National Board of Trial Advocacy certified trial lawyers than any other firm in the United States

    Billions Recovered

    Billions Recovered

    Over the last 90 years our firm has recovered billions of dollars in compensation for our clients. More than all other Wisconsin firms combined.

    No Upfront Fees

    No Upfront Fees

    We will never rush to settle your case, and there are no upfront fees, so we don’t get paid unless you do.

    Injured in a Truck Accident in Wisconsin?

    Get Compensated with an Experienced Truck Accident Lawyer By Your Side

    At Habush Habush & Rottier, we have decades of experience successfully representing Wisconsinites who have been injured in truck accidents due to external negligence, including:

    • Trucking Company Negligence
    • Driver Error
    • Truck Malfunction / Defective Parts
    • Blind Spot Accidents or “No Zone” Truck Accidents

    No amount of money can substitute for good health or replace a human life. That said, full compensation can lessen the financial burden of serious injuries, hold the proper party accountable, and provide the injured with some peace of mind.


    Large commercial trucks (semi-trucks, tractor-trailers, etc.) are vital to our economy here in Wisconsin, but the size and number of trucks can cause significant risks to the health and safety of others on the road. Truck accidents, far more than other types of automotive accidents, can often result in catastrophic or even fatal injuries.

    Below are the immediate next steps you should take after you’ve been injured in a truck accident:

    • Seek Medical Attention – If you’ve been injured in an accident with a large truck, semi-truck or 18-wheeler, getting proper medical attention is the first priority after a serious accident.
    • Get Legal Counsel – It is also important to get experienced legal counsel as soon as possible. Vital investigative information may be lost or destroyed, unless proper steps are taken to discover the facts and make sure that evidence is preserved.
    • Take Photos – If possible, photos of the scene and vehicles should be taken after the truck accident, and the names of any witnesses should be documented

    If you or a loved one has experienced a truck accident in Wisconsin contact the truck accident attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier for a free consultation today. Call 1-800-242-2874 to learn more.

    Areas We Serve

    The truck accident lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier understand that accidents can happen suddenly, causing severe damage and even fatalities due to negligent and reckless semi-truck drivers on Wisconsin roads like I-90 and 1-94. We have 13 locations around the state that are represented by board-certified and accredited truck accident lawyers. If you or someone you know has been injured in a semi-truck wreck in Milwaukee, Madison, or even Rhinelander, contact a truck accident lawyer in Wisconsin nearest you.

    Truck Accident FAQS

    Trucking companies are responsible for following federal and state regulations for screening and training new drivers. If a trucking company fails to properly hire and/or train its employees, they may be held liable for any injuries that their employees cause. Scheduling can sometimes be a problem as well, and negligent companies may not allow a driver enough time to rest when making his or her delivery. This is particularly dangerous, as driver fatigue accounts for many accidents involving trucks and passenger vehicles each year.

    Commercial truck drivers have specific federal and state regulations they are required to follow. These rules cover training, hours of operation, pre-trip safety checks, annual physicals and drug testing rules. Some roads also have stricter limits on speeding and have to obtain a special license to operate a commercial vehicle. If the truck driver’s negligence in these areas causes an accident, then he or she may very well be held responsible.

    Federal regulations provide specific rules for safe loading and securing cargo. While the driver has some responsibilities for safely securing cargo, other parties involved in the loading may share in the responsibility. It is important that all potential parties be identified to ensure that full compensation is recovered. Other parties may include the owner of the trailer/truck, the cargo loader/manufacturer/shipper, the manufacturer of specific truck parts involved and more.

    I was involved in a major car accident in which I suffered a TBI (traumatic brain injury) and other significant injuries. I was referred to Habush Habush & Rottier by a family member and couldn’t be happier with the outcome. Joe and his staff treated me like framily from day one and were more than willing to help and assist with anything. If you or a loved one gets injured and needs an attorney on their side, Joe is the man for the job. Him and his staff will go about and beyond to make sure every medical bill is paid, and you get the compensation you deserve. 

    – Brandon, Appleton, WI