South Bend Truck Accidents
South Bend, located near the northern side of Indiana, is home to over 101,500 people. The city’s increasing population deems it as the fourth-largest city in the Hoosier state and the economic and cultural core for Northern Indiana. Other than offering a range of jobs and city life, South Bend additionally provides a highly ranked and prestigious college, University of Notre Dame. Since South Bend extends a multitude of choices for residents, many Hoosiers flock towards the northern city in hopes of engaging and benefiting from the opportunities South Bend presents.
Originally settled in the early 19th century, St. Joseph river molded the economy of South Bend, which was established as a city in 1865. The river aided heavy industrial development, including Studebaker Corporation and the Oliver Chilled Plow Company. Recently, the old Studebaker Corporation was remodeled as a technology center and serves as a method to draw in new industries and residents to the area.
Today, South Bend’s largest industries and core of their economy are tourism, healthcare, education, and small businesses. Home to the University of Notre Dame, the city provides a diverse lifestyle for its residents. The University of Notre Dame is ranked first as the best college in Indiana according to Best Colleges, and in 2016, Forbes’s "America's Top Colleges" ranked Notre Dame 13th in the United States and 1st in the Midwest. Because of University of Notre Dame’s prestige and success, the school attracts and brings in a lot of young citizens who help the city flourish.
South Bend’s appealing numerous and diverse neighborhoods attract multiple professionals seeking employment in the city rather in other cities, where real estate is much more expensive. However, with the population rising because of the increase of professional jobs and appealing city-life, the city is undergoing a growth of heavy traffic. Large trucks and cars block and impede roadways, especially around the Highway 31 and 933 corridors, which can cause major roadway accidents.
The personal injury attorneys at Montross Miller understand that new safety feature in cars and the newest innovations in highway protections are having an impact on injuries and deaths on Indiana roads; however, this does not abate the suffering endured when you or a loved one is injured on South Bend's roadways.
Of the hundreds of thousands of accidents that occur on Indiana roads every year, thousands of result in deaths and sadly, many of these highway fatalities involve over-the-road trucks. The South Bend truck accident attorneys of Montross Miller have earned a respected reputation for holding truck drivers and trucking companies accountable for the injuries caused in roadway accidents. The lawyers in our firm commit themselves to making sure you receive the full compensation expected when you or a loved one is hurt or killed through the negligent act of a driver or company.
The South Bend accident lawyers of Montross Miller are ready to put their years of experience representing automobile accidents to work for you. We fight and advocate for motor vehicle and truck accident victims from across the state of Indiana.
If you’ve been injured in a car, truck, or motorcycle vehicle crash, call the South Bend personal injury lawyers at Montross Miller. Often, our negotiation skill enables us to resolve cases without going into court, but if your case ever does goes to court, the firm’s trial skills and experience will serve you well.
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