Anderson Truck Accidents

Over 56,000 people reside in the city of Anderson. Located in east-central Indiana, the city is just a bit over 40 miles away from Indiana’s capitol, Indianapolis. Though Anderson was declared as an official town in 1838, Anderson didn’t obtain its name until the Indiana legislature changed it in 1844. Previously, it was called Andersontown, named after Chief William Anderson.

Anderson was a quiet, small town until March 31, 1887. On that day, natural gas was found, which lured several industries to locate in or near the area. Because of the increased economic activity, more industries and other companies moved to Anderson, hoping to benefit from the influx of business.

Today, Anderson continues to thrive from its past and also recruits new companies in differing industries in an attempt to diversify its economic base. Home to Anderson University, low cost of living and a multicultural lifestyle, the city offers a multitude of wonderful opportunities for its residents, shaping Anderson into one of the best Indiana cities in which to live.

Over the past few years, Anderson has experienced a downturn in factory jobs but has worked hard to attract Indiana Downs, the Nestle factory and a new IvyTech campus. The boon of these additions has created an increase in traffic, especially around the I-69 corridor, which is experiencing significant road deterioration due to the heavy traffic. Lane closures and repairs are an ongoing problem as a result of pot holes and road decay.

Recent national highway data indicates that highway traffic is on the rise and along with it, personal injuries and death. The personal injury attorneys at Montross Miller understand he suffering and misery experienced when you or a loved one is injured in a car or truck accident.

Truck accidents are a leading cause of highway injuries and deaths. The Anderson truck accident attorneys of Montross Miller hold truck drivers accountable for the injuries they have caused to innocent drivers. We've earned a respected reputation because of the strong work protecting the rights of accident victims across Indiana. The attorneys at Montross Miller commit themselves to ensuring injured parties receive the full compensation expected when a truck driver has hurt you or taken the life of a loved one.

Our firm fights for motor vehicle and truck accident victims from Anderson and all around the state. If you’ve been injured in a car, truck, or motorcycle crash, call the Anderson personal injury lawyers at Montross Miller. Call our firm or complete the email contact and ask for a free, confidential consultation. We will investigate your claim and all the legal options available.

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My 15-year-old son suffered a life-altering closed head injury that left him disabled for life when he was injured in a truck accident. I went to Mike Miller for help. Mike and the law firm were the greatest people I have ever been around. Everything they did was excellent, above and beyond the call of duty. They were able to recover enough to let me leave my job and devote full time care for my son. To this day, they are more than happy to talk with me and take care of anything that comes up. J.M.
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