A collision with any vehicle can be a scary experience. But if that other vehicle is a semi-truck, the experience can be downright terrifying. If this has happened to you, we urge you to reach out to a Lakewood truck accident lawyer for assistance.
Our lawyers have helped many victims of collisions with large trucks receive settlements to help recoup their medical bills and lost wages. Give us a call – we may be able to help you, too.
There are a couple reasons why truck collisions can be more devastating than typical car wrecks. First, the sheer volume of trucks increases the chances for serious injuries and fatalities. Second, there can be more people impacted by a truck collision. It’s not uncommon for multiple cars or pedestrians to become involved.
This also explains why truck collisions can be more complicated to sort through. It’s important to involve a skilled truck accident attorney early in your case, while evidence is fresh.
There are a few steps you can take to reduce the likelihood of a collision with a large truck. For instance:
For more information, please see our post called Avoiding Collisions with Semi-Trucks and Large Vehicles.
We recognize that you’ve likely never had reason to work with a personal injury lawyer before. Because of that, you probably have a few questions about how or when to reach out. Here are a few things to note:
When you meet with us, we’ll be happy to answer all the questions you may have.
The first step you’ll want to take is to reach out to a Lakewood truck accident lawyer to schedule a free case evaluation.
There’s no catch – these are free, no obligation opportunities to have a skilled personal injury lawyer hear what happened to you. During this meeting, we’ll ask a few questions, gather information, and then share what legal options are available to you. And remember, you’ll only pay us if we’re able to win you a settlement.
What if you’re physically not able to make it to the office? If this is the case, just let us know. One of our attorneys will be happy to meet with you at your home or hospital.