Victims involved in truck accidents may sustain serious, catastrophic injuries. If this has happened to you or a loved one, we urge you to reach out to a Gig Harbor truck accident lawyer to see if you’re eligible to file a claim.
Our team of compassionate attorneys have helped many victims of car and truck accidents in the greater Puget Sound region win fair settlements. While a settlement won’t erase what’s happened, it can help you recover damages as well as provide a sense of justice.
Read on to learn more about our process and how to schedule a free case evaluation.
Serious injures can happen when a large truck collides into a motor vehicle. Some of these injuries include:
Injuries caused from truck accidents can be catastrophic, life-altering, and permanent. Such injuries may require extensive and ongoing medical care. Victims deserve to be compensated for these damages.
When you’ve been hit by a car, chances are we’ll need to file a claim against that driver’s insurance company. But when you’ve been hit by a large truck, it’s not always as clear where to file that claim.
If that truck driver was working for a company at the time of the incident, the issue of “who’s at fault?” gets complicated. It could be the driver, their company, or even the manufacturer of the truck. Sometimes, there are multiple liable parties in a truck accident.
Our job is to investigate what happened, determine who’s at fault, and then pursue all sources of funds on your behalf.
We recognize that you may have never had the need to work with a personal injury lawyer before. You probably have questions about what we can do to help you.
Here are some of the services we provide:
We may provide additional services, depending on the unique demands of your case. Please call us so we can answer all the questions you have.
As we mentioned earlier, we offer free case evaluations! Not only that, but we work on a contingency basis which means you only pay us if we win your case. There’s no retainer or upfront costs – ever.
Schedule your evaluation by calling our law offices. If you’re unable to make it in, let us know and we’ll arrange to meet with you at your home or hospital.