What Can a Truck Injury Attorney Do For My Case?
Your truck injury attorney can evaluate your claim, assess the liability of the other parties involved, and give you honest advice about your situation. This invaluable legal guidance will set you on the right track toward recovering the compensation that you need and deserve as a result of being injured in this type of vehicular accident.
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Your experienced truck injury attorney is here to guide you through every step of the legal process, which can be complex. The fact that a commercial vehicle is involved in your accident makes it even more complicated, especially in cases where you or a loved one has suffered serious losses. This is why you need the services of a lawyer who is particularly qualified in this area of the law to assist you throughout the proceedings.
Handling Your Insurance Claims
Your truck injury attorney can assist you with all of the paperwork and processes involved in making insurance claims following your accident. You may be dealing with the following types of insurance adjusters and companies when you have suffered damages in an accident:
- Medical insurance claims through your employer or your spouse’s employer
- Your vehicle insurance company
- Insurance companies for the parties responsible for the accident, such as the driver and his or her employer
You may be contacted by so many insurance company representatives and adjustors after your accident occurs that it may be difficult to keep them all straight. This is one area in which a lawyer who is accustomed to dealing with this kind of catastrophe easily can take some of the stress off you and your family.
Gathering Evidence in Support of Your Claim
A truck injury attorney has expertise in gathering all of the necessary documents to support your personal injury claim against the responsible parties. In this type of accident, particularly if you have sustained severe physical damages, there may be hundreds and even thousands of documents that can be important evidence in your case. Some of these documents might include the following:
- Medical records from any emergency personnel, hospital, doctor, therapist, or other health care provider that treated you in any way as a result of your accident
- Police reports and witness statements
- Documentation of all applicable insurance policies and their coverage limits
- Evidence of a past history of violations by the trucking company or the driver
- The driving record of any other drivers involved in the accident
Valuing Your Personal Injury Claim
Your truck injury attorney also will need to evaluate your case thoroughly so that an approximate value can be placed on your claim for the purposes of litigation. While no monetary figure can fully compensate you for the pain, suffering, and potentially permanent debilitating injuries sustained in such an accident, there are ways to place a value on your claim. For instance, your lawyer will need to examine all of your medical bills stemming from the accident, and estimate whether you will need medical services in the future as a result of the incident. Lost wages or an inability to work also must be factored into the value of your claim. Since valuing a claim can be difficult and often requires the assistance of experts, you want the help of a qualified personal injury lawyer to assist you.
Settling or Litigating Your Claim
Your truck injury attorney knows that many such claims settle by reaching an agreement with the insurance companies. The settlement process often involves months or years of negotiations. However, in some cases, the parties simply cannot reach a mutually acceptable resolution. As a result, you will need the services of an experienced attorney with proven success in the courtroom in order to move forward through litigation.
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The Law Offices of David Bressman provide personal injury legal services for clients throughout Columbus, Marysville, and Athens, Ohio. The information contained on this website is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice or to create an attorney-client relationship. This website is for discussion purposes only. We cannot guarantee the outcome of your case or any case, as results may vary.