Let Us Investigate Your Cincinnati Truck Accident
When you have been injured in a truck accident-or worse, have lost a loved
one-investigating the situation to determine the cause of the accident
is the last thing you should have to do. While some accidents may be relatively
straightforward, many are quite complex in their causes and contributing
factors. Without extensive experience in the field, you could easily miss
important evidence that would be crucial in proving your case. Instead,
let the Cincinnati truck accident lawyers of The Moore Law Firm do the
job for you.
We have more than 40 years of combined experience, and we have extensive
resources at our disposal for accident investigation. For example, we
routinely work with leading accident reconstruction specialists who help
us prove the cause of a collision. We know how to get results, and are
ready to take immediate action on your case.
Our Cincinnati Truck Accident Attorneys Can Help
When you hire our firm to represent you in your
truck accident case, you can depend on us to take responsibility for the vast majority
of the work in your claim. There are, however, certain actions you can
take to assist us in building your case and maximizing the value of your
claim for monetary damages. First, sit down as soon as possible to write
out a detailed account of the accident while your memory is still fresh.
Next, begin collecting any and all physical evidence you may have in relation
to the accident. This can include photographs of your injuries and of
the damage caused to your vehicle, as well as recorded statements from
any witnesses such as fellow passengers.
You should also be meticulous in keeping any invoices or bills for medical
treatment and care, as well as records of the income you are losing as
a result of your time out of work. Finally, you should take regular notes
about the way that your injuries are affecting your life, from the pain
and suffering you are experiencing to the restrictions you may be experiencing
in going about your daily routine and performing normal tasks. Evidence
of this type can be invaluable in proving the scope of an accident victim's injuries.