“I may not look like a lawyer, but it helps me sneak up on them.”
– David Komie

Got Slammed By An Austin Semi-Truck Driver? David Komie Will Fight For You.

Semi-trucks and other commercial vehicles think they rule the road, often with disregard for motorcyclists and others in smaller vehicles. Many commercial truck drivers are sadly overworked, tired or distracted – and cause injury when they collide with others on the road.

Have You Seen “The Attorney That Rocks?”

David Komie is an Austin-based truck accident attorney who fights to get money for those who have been injured by reckless truck drivers. You may have seen him on billboards across town. He’s not your typical injury attorney. He sports dreadlocks and plays in a rock band. He’s known as the attorney that rocks. David is cool, approachable and accessible.

But you’re probably wondering whether he’s really a good attorney or just says he’s one?

Millions Recovered for Truck Accident Victims in Travis County

David really is a good attorney. He and his brother Matt have recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars for musicians, music producers and others who have suffered brain injuries, broken bones and other serious injuries.

He’s helped people get money because of:

Lost A Loved One? David Can Help.

Sadly, truck accidents often result in death. The nature and size of a commercial vehicle is no match for someone on a motorcycle or passenger car. Families who have lost a spouse, child, brother or other relative are left wondering: Now what?

David can help you recover money, both for your losses and losses on behalf of your loved one. David leaves nothing on the table. He’s has recovered money for others in similar situations. He can help you.

Frequently Asked Questions About Austin Truck Accidents

Following a car accident, uncertainty may arise about obtaining financial recovery from insurance companies. Rely on an experienced accident injury lawyer to get the best expert answer for your guests to build a strong claim.

What types of injuries can you get after being hit by a truck?

In Austin, being hit by a truck can result in different injuries, varying in severity. Common injuries include whiplash, fractures, spinal injuries and head trauma. Due to the sheer size and force of trucks, pedestrians and occupants of smaller vehicles may experience severe injuries such as internal organ damage or limb injuries. Psychological distress is also common.

What should I do after a truck accident?

After a truck accident, take the following steps to protect yourself and your legal rights:

  • Check for injuries and move to a safe location
  • Seek medical help promptly since some injuries may not be immediately apparent
  • Contact law enforcement to report the incident
  • Collect contact and insurance details from the truck driver and other parties involved
  • Document the scene by taking photos of the accident, vehicle damage, and any relevant road signs or signals
  • Gather contact information from witnesses
  • Refrain from admitting fault or making statements that may be used against you later
  • Inform your insurance company promptly
  • Consult a skilled car accident attorney to help with the abovementioned steps

Seeking legal advice from a skilled truck accident attorney can help you know your rights and explore potential compensation for your truck accident claim.

What is the average settlement for a semi-truck accident in Texas?

The reality is there’s no standard settlement for truck accidents in Texas. The specific details of the incident uniquely influence each 18-wheeler accident settlement. While certain factors may be within your control, others are not. Understanding these distinctions is crucial, and working with an attorney can enhance your possibilities of securing a fair settlement.

Learn About What You Could Recover. Talk To Our Austin Truck Accident Attorneys Today.

You have questions. David and Matt have answers. Call David Komie Law in Austin, Texas and throughout Travis County at 512-937-1291 or send an email to set up a free meeting.