Truck accident lawsuits can be as complex and complicated as the accidents themselves are devastating and destructive. The trucking industry is heavily regulated and you truck accident attorney must have a thorough understanding of these laws, as well as personal injury law. Compensation for your accident may be the only way you can pay your medical bills, and even keep food on the table, if you have been seriously injured. Our truck accident attorneys are here to help.
You Can Afford an Truck Accident Attorney
We understand that truck accident victims and their families are already facing financial difficulty, along with personal loss. If you have been putting off talking to a lawyer because you are concerned about the cost, please do not hesitate any longer. Your initial consultation with our truck accident attorneys is free of charge. Then, if we represent you, we do so on a contingency basis. That means we do not ask for a retainer or bill you by the hour, and we only get paid if we recover compensation on your behalf.
Compensation for Your Trucking Accident Injuries
Trucking accident injuries are often catastrophic, and it is not uncommon for survivors to be permanently disabled. If you have been injured in a truck accident or if you have lost a loved one in a crash with a big rig, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses including:
Past, current, and future medical expenses
Past, current, and future lost income
Lost earning capacity
Disability and related expenses such as special equipment
Pain and suffering
Loss of enjoyment of life
Loss of consortium
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed by in a truck accident, please call our truck accident attorneys today. The initial consultation with our truck accident attorneys is free, and if we agree to represent you, we will work for a contingent fee, which means we won’t get paid for our services unless you receive a settlement or an award. A truck accident lawsuit must be filed before the expiration of the statute of limitations. Please call right away to ensure that you do not waive your right to possible compensation.