Let’s face it. A lot of things can go wrong on the road. Sorting out the cause of an accident can be tricky. There are many variables to consider, including road conditions, the condition of the vehicles involved and negligence on the part of other drivers. If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident, the last thing you want to do is fight through all the red tape. That’s where I come in. I can help you get the medical assistance you need, investigate the accident to determine who’s at fault, and handle the communication between you and the insurance companies involved. Once we determine the cause of your accident, I will work tirelessly to ensure you are compensated for everything you’ve been through. The sooner we can get started, the better. If you’ve recently been involved in an accident, please call me for a free consultation.
Evaluating the factors that contributed to an accident involving a truck can be challenging and complex. Simply because of its size, a truck can cause a lot more damage than a car. To mitigate accident risks, the trucking industry must comply with stringent — and complicated — safety regulations and laws. If those standards or laws have been violated, and depending on the type of violation, both the truck driver and the trucking company could be held responsible. Issues that must be considered in a trucking accident include subcontracting of drivers, driving records, driver training, driver logbook, maintenance records, GPS records, permits, route approvals and weight limits. When an accident occurs, it’s in your best interest to hire a lawyer who can sort through the red tape on your behalf. If you or a loved one have been the victim of a trucking accident, please call me as soon as possible for your free consultation.