Have you been seriously injured in a semi-truck accident? We’ve helped others like you.

With their limitations on maneuverability and blind spots, large commercial trucks pose unique dangers to the driving public and represent a higher risk of serious accidents on our roadways.

Large commercial truck accidents in Dublin, Ohio can be very complicated.

Our Dublin truck accident attorneys help injured people like you get the fair compensation they deserve.

Truck accident cases are complicated because there are many factors that may have played a role in the cause of the accident. Is it the fault of the truck driver’s employer because the driver has worked more hours than they were supposed to? Did the driver not have enough experience before being scheduled to drive in traffic? Was the semi-truck deliberately overloaded? Was there a failure in the mechanics of the semi-truck that caused the driver’s negligence? These are all questions to which an experienced truck accident lawyer in Dublin, Ohio would want answers. Erney Law can help walk you through this complicated process.

Semi-Truck Accident Lawyers Dublin, Ohio

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, there were:

207 crashes involving large trucks (over 10,000 lbs. gross vehicle weight rating) in the state of Ohio from January 1, 2018 – June 7, 2023. Of those, 3 resulted in fatalities or injuries.

Between 2021 and June 2023, the number of accidents in Dublin, Ohio, involving large trucks increased by 8%.

Between 2022 and 2023 there were 77 semi-truck crashes in Dublin, Ohio. 3 crashes resulted in a fatality or injury, and the majority of these large truck accidents (78) occurred at intersections.


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Who is liable for large truck accidents in Dublin, Ohio?

Who is liable for large truck accidents in Dublin, Ohio?

The truck driver could be held responsible. However, there are various other possible parties that could be to blame. There are laws dictating the operation guidelines truck companies must follow. When those guidelines aren’t upheld, the trucking company can be held liable for a commercial vehicle accident if:

  • The truck driver has been forced to work more hours than regulations specify
  • The truck driver has been given deadlines causing them to rush
  • The truck driver was hired without proper training or experience to handle the vehicle safely
  • The vehicle’s safety equipment, parts, and computers have not been maintained to ensure safe operations
  • There was not an adequate background check of the truck driver before hiring them
  • The vehicle was deliberately overloaded

In some truck accident cases, the semi-truck accident has been caused by manufacturer negligence by failing to inform the trucking company that their vehicles had recalls involving parts that critically impacted their safety equipment. Our experienced Dublin, Ohio truck accident attorneys can help you determine liability.

Common truck accident injuries in Dublin, Ohio.

Common truck accident injuries in Dublin, Ohio.

No matter how safe a vehicle has been rated by its manufacturer or the trucking company, accidents involving semi-trucks happen leaving you and your passengers at risk for serious injury or worse when a collision occurs. Some of these major injuries include:

  • Neck and back injuries
  • Whiplash
  • Ligament and disc injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Burn injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Partial / complete paralysis
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Organ damage
  • Lacerations
  • Severe bruising

Other injuries stemming from truck accidents of this magnitude may be mental anguish and emotional distress including PTSD, depression, or anxiety.

Semi-truck accidents most often cause serious injuries and with serious injuries come burdening medical bills and expenses. The best Dublin truck accident lawyer at Erney Law can help earn you the compensation you deserve.

What can I receive compensation for in a crash involving a semi-truck in Dublin, Ohio?

What can I receive compensation for in a crash involving a semi-truck in Dublin, Ohio?

After you have been involved in a trucking accident, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries sustained by the at-fault party for things such as:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Property damage
  • Lost income
  • Loss of future earning ability
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Inconvenience
  • Loss of companionship
  • Physical injuries
  • Disfigurement
  • Medical expenses and equipment
  • Emotional distress
  • Mental anguish
  • Wrongful death

At Erney Law, our experienced semi-truck accident lawyer is determined to earn the proper compensation you deserve.

Why a semi-truck accident lawsuit is difficult in Dublin, Ohio.

Why a semi-truck accident lawsuit is difficult in Dublin, Ohio.

The most difficult aspect of winning a semi-truck accident case is the fact that trucking companies are supported by huge corporations with deep pockets and a legal team of experienced lawyers dedicated to this exact situation, as well as their insurance adjusters. These trucking companies will make it their mission to silence you, deny their fault, and try to provide you with as little to no compensation as possible.

Within days of your semi-truck accident, the trucking company will have a representative or insurance adjustor contact you with a settlement offer. Do not accept anything they’re offering without contacting our experienced semi-truck accident lawyer at Erney Law in Dublin, Ohio.

When should I hire a personal injury lawyer for a semi-truck accident?

When should I hire a personal injury lawyer for a semi-truck accident?

The answer is pretty simple: as soon as possible.

As we mentioned earlier, semi-truck accidents can be pretty complicated, so the earlier you hire an experienced accident attorney, the better. Contacting a semi-truck accident attorney early allows your lawyer to hit the ground running to take down the powerful at-fault trucking company and reward you with your compensation.

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What's the process?

Personal injury cases can be complicated and winning your claim is not always guaranteed. Our process ensures that every client we represent will receive the best possible financial outcome, and start the healing process.

Step One - Free Case Evaluation

Free Case Evaluation

We will first review your case carefully, get to know you, and gain an understanding of your injuries.

Step Two - Monitor Your Care

Monitor Your Care

We ensure you receive the proper medical treatment during this difficult time.

Step Three - We Handle Everything

We Handle Everything

We relieve the worry and burden of dealing with insurance companies and maximize your financial recovery.

Your Attorneys Mary Erney & Rob Erney
About Dublin, Ohio

About Dublin, Ohio

Dublin, Ohio is located 17.2 miles northwest of the state capital, Columbus, Ohio, via I-270. The beautiful countryside on which modern-day Dublin sits was once occupied by Native American tribes of the Shawnee and Wyandot people.

In 1802, two brothers from Pennsylvania – Peter and Benjamin Sells – purchased 400 acres of the land for their brother John, who brought his family to the region in 1808. By 1810 the outlines of a new village were starting to form.

Dublin, Ohio gets its name from John Shields, a surveyor and friend of John Sells. Shields had done the surveying for Sells so the land could be sold and allotted to new settlers in the area. For his exemplary work, Sells offered Shields the honor of naming the new town, which he did after the town of his birth – Dublin, Ireland. Dublin, Ohio was later incorporated in 1881 but had to wait another 106 years before being officially declared a city in 1987.

Dublin is now the headquarters of several major companies including Cardinal Health, IGS Energy, Stanley Steemer, Wendy’s, Quantum Health, Fiserv, and OhioHealth. Dublin is also home to Muirfield Village, a community and world-class golf course developed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus.

Dublin, Ohio is a beautiful, thriving, and safe community with great schools, shopping, restaurants, and city services, boasting easy access to other parts of Ohio via I-270 and US 33. But why would you want to go anywhere else with all that the city has to offer including The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and Zoombeezi Bay, Indian Run Falls, The Memorial Golf Tournament at Muirfield, which brings the greatest golfers in the world of Ohio, and The Dublin Irish Festival, the largest three-day Irish festival in the world.


  • Zip codes covering Obetz: 43016, 43017
  • County: Franklin County
  • Incorporation Year: 1881

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if the at-fault driver was a semi-tractor trailer?

If you were involved in a Dublin truck accident with a semi-tractor trailer, you must hire an experienced lawyer to handle this type of personal injury claim. A claim against trucking companies or any other commercial vehicle is handled much differently from a typical automobile claim. A semi-tractor trailer involves a truck driver with a commercial driver’s license and a company that is responsible for that truck driver.

A semi-truck hit me and the truck is from another state. Does that matter?

Often, semi-truck drivers will travel throughout the country. Many accidents involving semi-tractor-trailers involve a truck and/or a driver from a different state. The most important factor is where the accident occurred. Our firm has experience litigating and resolving complex trucking accidents, no matter where the trucking company or driver resides.

I was hurt in an accident involving a semi-truck driver and am having a difficult time communicating with the insurance company for the truck. What should I do?

Some insurance companies will not take your insurance claim seriously if you have not hired a lawyer to represent you. This can be a particular problem when dealing with a commercial insurance policy that covers semi-trucks. If you are having this problem, contact our experienced legal team for a free legal consultation about your trucking accident.

If I am hurt by a semi-truck, how long should I wait before hiring a truck accident lawyer?

With trucking accident cases, the insurance company for the trucking company has their lawyers and investigators meet at the accident scene within minutes of the accident so they can begin gathering evidence and document all of the facts immediately. You must hire an experienced attorney as soon as you possibly can following a semi-truck accident. This is the only way you can be on a level playing field.

What is the minimum amount of insurance a trucking company is required to have?

Per the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act, or FMCSA, trucking companies are required to carry a minimum of $750,000.00 in liability insurance.

Can a regular car accident attorney handle my truck accident case?

Probably not. Trucking litigation today requires highly specialized practitioners. A truck accident case is simply not handled the same way as a car accident case.

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If you or a loved one has been in a vehicle accident, we’re eager to meet with you, see how we can help, and give you and your family the personal attention you deserve. Depending on the seriousness of the situation, accident cases can be extremely stressful and overwhelming. When you’re hurt in an accident you need all of your strength to recover. You shouldn’t have to fight the insurance company alone for fair compensation. Let us help.

Your case matters to us, just as much as it matters to you. We want to help you every step of the way, but in order to do so, we need to meet with you, get all the facts, and work out the details in order to build your case. We will meet with you for absolutely free, and explain to you in full detail the inner workings of how these situations usually end up, how likely you are to win your case, how compensation works for you and for us, and what the next steps are.

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