Truck Accident Personal Injury Cases

Commercial trucks pose more risk of serious damage to you and your vehicle in an accident. And unlike typical car accidents, truck accidents get complex quickly. Who’s at fault? The driver? The employer? The trucking company?

How is a trucking accident different than a car accident?

With a truck accident, there can be more complicated procedures of assigning blame and collecting from the driver, trucking company, and multiple insurance companies. Their goal is often to minimize the amount they pay to you so that more money stays in their pockets.

What are my options?

Commercial trucking is one of the most highly regulated industries in the United States. Truck drivers are held to rigorous rules about training, work scheduling, and following traffic laws. On the scene of a trucking accident, you need to treat it more like a police investigation.

The longer you wait to seek help, the harder it becomes to successfully win appropriate compensation. Our trucking accident procedures ensure that you receive proper compensation for:

  • Hospital bills
  • Medical care
  • Rehabilitation
  • Lost wages – now and in the future
  • Property damage
  • Long-term pain and suffering

As part of our process, we immediately start:

  • Identifying who is at fault
  • Identifying the proper entity to sue
  • Gathering evidence
  • Consulting with expert witnesses
  • Reconstructing the scene of the accident

If you’re involved in a truck accident, know that trucking companies often have whole teams of lawyers on their side who are looking for company profits, not your best interests. Trust the experience of Savannah personal injury lawyer Scot Kraeuter to represent your best interests.

Contact us today to request a free consultation or call us at 912-349-9500 for more information.