Wrecks Caused by Southeastern Freight Lines Trucks

Southeastern Freight Lines is an interstate trucking company that employs over 3,600 drivers. Though the company's based in South Carolina, they have a depot near Texas State Highway 356 and Interstate 35 (northeast of downtown Dallas), meaning the DFW Metroplex is heavily trafficked by Southeastern trucks. 

I've Been In a Wreck with a Southeastern Freight Lines Truck

When a car collides with a semi-truck, catastrophic property damage and injury can easily occur, leaving the victim with an enormous physical, emotional and financial cost.

If you or a loved one was injured in a wreck involving a Southeastern Freight Lines truck, you should know that you have rights. To learn more about what steps to take, please visit our page: What should I do if I was involved in a big truck accident in DFW?

Additionally, I offer a free case consultation to all potential 18-wheeler accident clients. The best way to ensure that your legal rights are upheld is by talking to an experienced truck wreck lawyer.Call me today at 817-294-1900 to set up a meeting to discuss your legal options.

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More on Southeastern Freight Lines

  • Transports general freight, liquids, gases, chemicals and paper products throughout North Texas and the United States
  • Owns 3,000 power units. 
  • Between 2012 and 2014, Southeastern Freight Lines vehicles were involved in a total of 200 crashes (according to records held by the FMCSA).
  • Southeastern Freight Lines currently has a satisfactory safety rating with the FMCSA (correct as of 06/15/2014).

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If you or someone you love has been hurt in a semi-truck accident, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. You’re missing work, you might have unpaid medical bills, you’re in pain and you feel uncertain about the future.

I wrote this guide to help accident victims understand the right steps to take after an accident to ensure they get the money they need to pay for their injuries, damages, lost wages and pain and suffering. 

Download my free guide now: How to Make a Successful Truck Wreck Claim in Texas