What Your Legal Advisor Wants You to Know Before Suing a Wrongdoer After a Semi-Truck Crash

The law provides several options for pursuing payment for losses incurred after being injured in a collision caused by a semi-truck. These options include seeking compensation through the insurance provider or going to court. Litigation is particularly necessary when several wrongdoers are involved in your case. However, the legal route to take will depend on the specifics of your case. Therefore, you may want to consult an attorney to evaluate your case and recommend the best legal avenue to follow. [Read More]

Stages Your Legal Advisor Will Help You Navigate When Filing A Truck Crash Claim

Many people handle truck accident claims like small vehicle claims. Of course, there may be some similarities in terms of the injuries and damages resulting from both scenarios. Even so, semis tend to cause more tragic crashes since trucks have larger weight. So in a truck accident, other vehicles may be completely wrecked and the occupants badly injured. Therefore, it is an excellent idea to enlist the services of a truck accident lawyer when seeking justice for losses incurred in a truck collision. [Read More]

Semi-Truck Accident? Reasons to Hire a Truck Accident Attorney Instead of a General Attorney

Getting involved in an auto accident can be incredibly disorienting. Thus, it is always best to have a lawyer represent you when seeking a claim, as they know how best to navigate the legal system on your behalf as you recuperate from the collision. However, while car accident lawyers handle a wide range of cases, you should know they do not specialize in trucking accidents. What you may not realize about truck accidents is they not only have the potential of being astonishingly devastating but receiving compensation can be exceedingly complicated. [Read More]

Pedestrians In Auto Accidents — Could You Be Liable?

Were you involved in a car accident while a pedestrian? It's often important to get the most compensation you can after such an accident since pedestrians are at risk for more injuries than those seated in the car.  But what if the driver or insurance carrier claims that you're at fault for the accident? Can a pedestrian be responsible rather than a driver? And how might this affect your settlement? Here's what you need to know. [Read More]