Truck Wreck Lawsuit Hotline Established:
Toll Free: 1-800-397-4046
Toll Free: 1-800-397-4046
Unlike an average motor vehicle collision, when a tractor trailer or commercial truck is involved, the stakes are raised. Trucking insurance companies will do everything they can to reduce their liability and minimize the damage of your claim.
If you were involved in a serious accident and were injured, you may have significant cash compensation waiting for you if you file a successful claim, that is if you don't fall into the numerous traps the investigators and insurers set to reduce what they have to pay.
Share the details of what happened with us immediately, and we can help prepare you and ensure you don't miss your opportunity to file your legal claim in court.
If you've been in a truck accident, you need to contact our office immediately so that we can begin work on your case before the insurance company has a chance to skew the evidence in their favor. Insurance companies do not want you to contact an attorney because your attorney can preserve the evidence, advise you of your rights, and ensure you receive the full justice you deserve.
After a trucking accident, you MAY be entitled to a significant financial settlement, you ARE entitled to be treated with the dignity and respect you deserve as well as a swift resolution. Our lawyers will ensure the insurance co's don't drag their feet in meeting their obligations under the law.
If the other driver is at fault and has liability insurance, you may have the right to collect money damages to compensate you for your past and future medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, disfigurement, and physical impairment. If the at-fault driver does not have insurance, you may be entitled to collect money damages from your own insurance company if you purchased Uninsured Motorist Insurance Coverage.
Generally, medical bills are not paid until the time your case is settled. However, if you have Personal Injury Protection or Medical Payments Coverage under your automobile accident insurance policy, you may be able to pay your medical bills prior to the settlement of your case as they are incurred by making a claim against your own coverage.
Also, if you have health insurance, your medical bills may be paid as incurred by your health insurance company. Do not worry about making a claim for the non-fault use of your PIP or MedPay coverage; your insurance company is not allowed to raise your premiums just because you elect to use the PIP or MedPay coverage you purchased.
In order to collect money for your lost wages from the driver who caused the accident, or from his insurance company, your lost wages must be documented by your employer or personnel department. Additionally, your doctor must state that it was medically necessary for you to miss work as a result of the injuries you suffered in the collision.
Get the legal help you need to ensure you are treated fairly. Regardless of who was at fault, you need someone making your case, fighting on your behalf to ensure the insurance company does not ignore your needs. Contact us immediately to get your free legal case review, before it's too late.
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