Trucking accidents are traumatic, and the recovery that follows can be painful for anyone. If are involved in an accident with a big rig, chances are there are costs and complications that last far beyond the initial collision.
The steps it takes to properly file a claim take time and discussion, all of which can turn into a headache. With 75% of our practice dedicated to trucking accident cases, the Truck Accident Attorneys at Fried Rogers Goldberg know what it takes to litigate a claim, and we can help you through this trying time.
Understanding the Claims Process
It’s tough to overstate the importance of thorough paperwork documenting both the accident and its aftermath. As your attorneys, it’s our job to deal with the paperwork hassle — but, until you have hired an attorney, it’s important that you keep everything you can.
- Police reports
- Accident photos
- Eyewitness accounts
- Other parties’ insurance information involved in the accident
Other essential documentation includes:
- Emergency responder records
- Emergency room and hospital costs
- Aftercare documentation, including physical therapy
- Documentation of any other accident-related costs
How Do I Choose the Right Attorney?
Choosing an attorney is a valuable part of the process. Personal injury cases have many details that can be overlooked.
We have the proper resources and expertise to gather everything necessary to file a claim to recover the best possible outcome for you. Our attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience handling truck accident cases.
The details are what matters to us and what gets you the financial recovery you deserve. We fight for compensation for personal injury expenses and costs associated as a result of the trucking accident. Law firms across the nation refer their trucking accident cases to our attorneys due to our history of success, level of experience and dedication to this type of law.
Time to file a claim may be limited, so contact the Truck Accident Attorneys today for a free case evaluation. Let us discuss your legal options with you. There is no obligation.