Those who have been involved in a truck accident often end up facing medical bills that are far beyond their own capacity, and even that of their health insurance plans. These accidents can be so severe that they make working at the same level as before the accident, or even working in the same occupation, impossible. The long-term damage from these accidents can permanently diminish quality of life.
Take action to protect yourself against the costs of being a truck accident victim by contacting our Florida truck accident lawyers. We can help you get justice for severe injuries, disabilities and wrongful deaths that are a result of negligence.
If you have been involved in an accident with a truck, and plan to file a claim, here are some steps you can follow immediately after your injury to help your truck accident lawyer build a stronger case.
Make sure that you do not claim fault when you are talking about the accident to anyone, especially if they represent the insurance company of the trucker who struck you. Insurance agents will do whatever they can to divert responsibility from their own clients. That means anything you say to them is going to be used against you. You may not be responsible for an accident even if you are aware you made some mistakes. After all, more than one person can make a mistake in an accident.
You are not required by law to speak to these insurance companies, and it’s best to let your lawyer handle any interactions with them if you plan to be represented. Provide them with contact information they can use to reach you or your lawyer, but no other details.
Full medical examinations, complete with scans and x-rays may be necessary to fully understand the amount of damage caused by a collision. Truck accidents often result in injury to some of the bodies most sensitive are