Have you been in an accident involving a commercial truck? If so, you may need more help than you initially expected, especially if you’ve suffered injuries. Here at my law firm, I specialize in personal injury claims involving injuries that are the result of accidents with big rigs, semi tractor trailers, cement trucks, trash trucks, tow trucks, and other commercial trucks.
Whether the accident involved a jack-knifed truck, rollover accident, hit and run driver, ride under, or a head-on collision, it most likely caused a great deal of damage to both your vehicle as well as your body. No matter how the accident occurred, if you’ve suffered injuries because of a truck accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering, medical bills, loss of income, and other damages.
However, commercial trucking companies aren’t simply going to hand over a check. In fact, they will likely hire their own investigators and attorneys in an effort to minimize damages. Let me evaluate your truck accident claim ASAP. It’s important that you speak to a qualified truck accident attorney as quickly as possible.
Dos and Don’ts of Truck Accident Claims
- DO call a qualified truck accident attorney ASAP
- Do NOT speak to a trucking firm’s insurance company
- Do NOT speak to a trucking firm’s lawyer
- Do NOT give in to pressure to make a statement
- Do NOT approve a settlement offer without the advice of a qualified truck accident lawyer on your side
- DO call me for a free consultation
Even if you haven’t suffered injuries due to the commercial truck accident, you may have a case. The trucking industry is regulated by complex federal and state laws governing vehicles involved in interstate traffic. Let me examine the circumstances surrounding the big rig accident and determine if any violations occurred.
In addition, it is often difficult to determine the cause of accidents involving commercial trucks. I know what to look for and how to preserve it. My field expertise and legal knowledge have served my clients well in the past. Let me put this expertise to work for you.