Why You Need an Attorney After a Truck Accident
truck accident, most people will not automatically think about a lawsuit. If victims
sustain mild to moderate injuries, they will likely be concerned with
medical bills, damage to their vehicles and getting back to work as soon
as possible. For
catastrophic personal injuries, the major concern will be the person’s access to ongoing medical
care and treatment, as well as lost wages and support for dependents.
In the event of a
fatal car truck accident, the grieving family members must deal with financial insecurity and emotional anguish.
If you or your family is facing such obstacles, know that
unrepresented victims are at a tremendous disadvantage when up against
the trucking industry and their insurance companies. The Cincinnati truck accident attorneys at
The Moore Law Firm solely represent the interests of victims, as they understand the emotional
and financial devastation that follows in the wake of an accident with
a commercial truck.
- What Are Trucking Accidents?
- Why Are Trucking Accidents and Motor Vehicle Accidents Different?
If Injuries Occur in Trucking Accidents,
Who is Responsible?
What Kinds of Laws Do
Truck Drivers and Trucking Companies Have to Follow?
What Kind of
Evidence is Used in Claims Related to Trucking Accidents?
- Is There a Certain Timeframe in Which I Can File Trucking Claim?
- What are Some of the Common Factors That Contribute to Trucking Accidents?
How Do I choose a Lawyer for My
Trucking Accident Claim?
Negotiating with a Truck or Car Insurance Company
Insurance companies, whether it is your own policy or the trucking carrier’s
policy, work to keep their money and give victims as little as possible.
An insurance claims adjuster’s job is to save the company money
by refusing to pay a claim or paying the least amount possible. Insurance
companies have teams of lawyers and investigators who will attempt to
minimize their own liabilities.
They will attempt to place the blame on you, whether completely or in part.
Companies know that they can delay the claim, minimize the payment and
manipulate conversations to get you to make admissions that will reduce
or extinguish your cause of action. Do not make the mistake of trying
to negotiate with a trucking industry insurance company alone. You need
an experienced legal professional on your side.
Your truck accident lawyer is the only person with the background and knowledge
to look out for your interests without compromise.
Skilled in Litigation -- Let Us Represent You If It Comes to This
Injured victims simply cannot adequately pursue litigation against powerful
corporate defendants on their own. Having competent counsel from the very
beginning is essential to level the playing field. As a
former insurance adjuster, Cincinnati accident attorney
Donald C. Moore, Jr. has specific insight into the strategies and tactics that the responsible
parties may use against you in the aftermath of an accident. He has gathered
and secured evidence to help victims for many years. Using the necessary
financial resources, renowned expert witnesses and the latest technological
advances, our Cincinnati personal injury lawyers can provide you with
everything necessary for a successful lawsuit if negotiations fail.
The Statute of Limitations Limits the Time to File Suit
Statute of Limitations on personal injury lawsuits is only 2 years from
the date of injury. If you miss this window, you lose your ability to pursue legal recourse
and any attempt to obtain compensation. If you or someone you love has
suffered injuries in a commercial truck accident, our Cincinnati accident
lawyers are ready to provide guidance and a
The Moore Law Firm has the resources, knowledge and skill to successfully
litigate your trucking accident claim from beginning to end. Seeking experienced
legal counsel as soon as possible is very important; you should retain
an attorney while your memory of the accident is fresh and while the records
are easy to obtain, and to avoid missing important deadlines.
Call our Cincinnati injury firm today at (513) 494-6941 or fill out our
free case evaluation form.