The way forward.

The trucking industry has a safety problem. As civil prosecutors, we’re here to bring them to a halt. Making our roads safer is our passion and getting things rolling your way is our purpose. And while we drive many trucking cases home each year, we’re also the way forward for people harmed by Traffic Collisions, Wrongful Denials of Insurance Claims, Unsafe Properties or Corporate Greed & Wrongdoing.

We figure it out. We get it done.

Every one of our clients is unique and has lived a life to be honored and protected. To tell your story and best represent you, we must get to know you. This is very important to us and to our process. And just as every client is unique, so is every case. Each new case comes with its own distinct challenges. In order for us to show why a crash or incident happened, we dig deep into the motivations of the rule-breakers.

Too often we find the root cause of a crash is that safety rules were broken because a corporation put profits ahead of people. We know where these rulebreakers try to hide the evidence and we leave no stone unturned as we develop each case. We do this because it’s vital that we tell your story in the most compelling way. Once we get to know you, learn your story, and then discover the why behind those who wronged you, we make sure justice is served.

Results that matter.

A dollar amount alone doesn’t tell the story of how well an attorney helped their client. Telling folks about the time we recovered nearly $5 million on a case, that fact alone, doesn’t communicate that we outperformed another law firm by a factor of 19. Or informing people that we obtained a $9 million jury verdict which was recently upheld on appeal (DF-177313, Affirmed July 22, 2020), does not begin to convey the amount of work and passion that went into the case to achieve the result.

We have recovered millions and millions of dollars for our clients. Big numbers are not foreign to us. But big numbers do not tell the whole story. If you want to hear the whole story behind our million-dollar verdicts or settlements, we will be glad to tell you in person.

Our Values Add Value.

We prosecute civil cases to help keep our community safe. The more justice we secure means more safety for the community and also more compensation for our clients.


Expertise matters. Concentrated effort and study have led to a knowledge-based approach. We know what works because our experience has shown us the way. We welcome any and all questions you may have about us. You have a right to know who we are, our experience, and how we can help you.


In nearly every case, a billion-dollar insurance company is behind the scenes pulling strings, buying “expert” testimony and funding the lawyers whose purpose is to avoid accountability. We have learned that committing ourselves to outworking our opponent is a must for success. We’re present, passionate, and provocative in the face of the insurance lawyers who are often dodgy, slick and full of half-truths. We won’t let you be bullied into accepting anything less than a fair measure of justice.


You deserve an attorney who values the art of listening. You’ll know how much we care when you hear us speak on your behalf. We listen first. We take what we’ve learned and use it to tell your story from a place of deep understanding. It is crucial that we understand who you were, who you are and who you can become in the future.

History is written by the victors.

We are here to help you write a very important chapter in your life’s history, and the history of safety on a larger scale. Our successes for our clients are borne out of our awareness of permanency. We seek a permanent measure of justice. For you, and for all. The verdicts we obtain last forevermore in the courthouse records. We want the right ending: Justice for you and our community.

Hear from our clients.

We help the wrongfully injured get back on the road to living again. Our clients know us best. Here’s what a few folks who were blindsided and had their lives turned upside down have to say about trusting Hummel Law: