If you have been injured in a truck accident, you may be dealing with mounting medical bills and extended time away from work. Our truck accident lawyers in Gilbert, Arizona, can help. Call Zanes Law at (602) 999-9999 for a free consultation and case analysis. We have represented many clients who have been seriously injured in truck accidents, and we know how to fight for the damages you deserve.
The most important thing to consider after being involved in a truck accident is your health. Trusting a truck accident lawyer to handle your case means having more time to focus on your recovery and your family without having to worry about missing deadlines or devising a legal strategy. Let our team shoulder those burdens for you.
Your lawyer can also help you when it comes to negotiating with the insurance company. We recommend talking to your lawyer about any settlement offers the insurance companies may have already offered you, and to refer all questions about your accident to your lawyer, as well. What may seem like an innocent exchange of information over the phone about “how you are feeling” and “how the accident happened” could be used as evidence to limit the damages you could recover later.
Call Zanes Law at (602) 999-9999 for a free case review with a truck accident lawyer in Gilbert, AZ, on our team. We will protect your right to seek full compensation for injuries, pain and suffering, and loss of income due to a truck accident that was no fault of your own.
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Whether you decide to settle out of court or go to trial to seek greater damages, we will launch a detailed investigation to seek evidence to determine negligence. This will help us build a strong case that supports your claim for compensation.
We can collect statements from emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics that treated you on the scene, as well as from emergency room doctors and specialists responsible for your long-term care and rehabilitation. We will use this information to estimate the cost of all future medical expenses and to establish a cause-and-effect relationship between your injuries and your truck accident.
We will also work to establish the impact of other, non-medical losses related to your accident, such as the loss of current and future income due to your inability to return to work and the level of pain and suffering you endured as a result of the accident.
If a loved one passed away after a truck accident, our team can also help you file a wrongful death action to pursue the recovery of burial and funeral costs, loss of consortium, loss of future income, and other damages, as well.
We can take a sworn statement from you, the truck driver, and all eyewitnesses. We can also gather any videos or photographs from the scene of the accident to corroborate witness testimony. If none of these exist, we can hire expert witnesses to recreate the accident and offer testimony about how the accident occurred.
Some questions we will consider when demonstrating the truck driver’s liability include:
Local and state government agencies responsible for maintaining safe roads may be partially liable. If a poorly designed bridge, intersection, or overpass contributed to your accident, if road signs were missing, if highways were not properly cleared of debris, or if highway lights were not working are all possible municipal liability cases.
We will also examine truck maintenance records to ensure that federal regulations were followed.
We will determine if any faulty parts on the vehicle contributed to the accident, as well. We must determine if the federal government had issued any recalls for faulty parts and, if so, if the truck owners made those necessary repairs. If the parts used were not inherently defective but still contributed to your accident—such as if the brakes failed to deploy when the pedal was pressed—we can investigate whether they were installed properly by the truck’s mechanic and hold them accountable if they were not.
Often, more than one party can be held liable for causing an accident in which you were injured. Whether the truck owner is a private citizen, small business, government entity, or a huge corporation, the insurance policies they carry have varying maximum coverage limits. Should your claim for damages exceed those limits, we can file a personal injury lawsuit to seek full compensation for injuries, pain and suffering, and loss of income.
Truck accidents are complicated legal cases that often require extensive investigation to determine liability among multiple parties. A truck accident lawyer in Gilbert, AZ, who understands what is required to prove liability for these accidents, can protect your right to recover the damages you deserve.
Call Zanes Law today at (602) 999-9999 for a free consultation and case review. We have represented many truck accident victims, and we know what needs to be done to build a strong case for those who have been injured due to no fault of their own.
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