If you are involved in a trucking accident, you should:
- Say nothing, or as little as possible about the accident.
- Preserve any and all evidence and information that you can while the memory is still fresh.
- Take care of any injuries that require medical attention immediately.
- Call the police to report the accident.
- Notify your insurance company.
- Contact an attorney.
The negligence of another driver that contributed fully or partially to the trucking accident allows compensation to be awarded. Depending on the severity and impact of the accident, medical bills, lost wages, disfigurement, pain and suffering, and a loss of life enjoyment can be claimed. Your trucking accident lawyer will then begin to investigate the accident in order to prove liability if the case presented appears to be strong. Despite safety precautions you may have taken to avoid an accident, drivers cannot always avoid the negligence of others.
The attorneys at Cycle Justice understand that it is often a challenge to combat prejudices that many people have against you when an accident occurs. It is important that you know your legal rights, and that you be represented by an attorney who knows and understands the dynamics of trucking accidents.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, please contact a trucking injury attorney for a free, no-obligation, and confidential consultation. At Cycle Justice, we believe our judicial system works best when skilled attorneys that have the resources to fully prepare and try a case represent both sides. Please complete our online contact form or call us toll free at 1-888-629-2535.