Fighting For Full Compensation For Those Injured In Truck Accidents
Truck accidents often produce some of the most catastrophic injuries of any type of motor vehicle accident. Semis can weigh 80,000 pounds when fully loaded. Traveling at highway speeds, a vehicle that heavy is going to have a devastating effect on any vehicle it collides with.
Acting Right Away Is Important
We know that it can be hard to find the time and energy to look for an attorney soon after an accident, but you need to know that the insurance company is going to begin building its defense almost immediately after the accident. There is no time to waste. To ensure that you can effectively pursue the compensation you deserve, you need to act as soon as possible.
What Are Some Of The Complications Of Truck Accident Cases?
There are multiple aspects to truck accident cases that make them more complex than most auto accidents. They include:
- High-value cases — Because the injuries can be so severe, the value of the cases is high. This means the insurance companies are willing to expend substantial resources to deny or minimize the value of your claim.
- Complex investigations — These cases can be complex. Multiple parties may be responsible. Proving liability may require an extensive investigation into many facts. You should choose an attorney with experience conducting these types of investigations.
Outcomes That Truly Help You
At , our firm understands how to conduct the thorough investigation necessary to build a strong case that can level the playing field against the insurance companies. We also know how to look at the long-term impact of your injuries to ensure that both your current and future medical needs will be met. Over the years, we have obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for people in need. We can help you as well.
Truck Accident Attorneys Serving Uniontown And Throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania
We take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means we collect attorney’s fees only if we obtain compensation for you.
Attorneys Benjamin F. Goodwin and Amanda M. Como