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How Are Trucking Accidents Different?


It's easy to think that any type of motor collision is the same and can be settled just as easily. However, trucking collisions tend to be much more complicated than a two-car collision or car and motorcycle crash. 

If you've been involved in a trucking collision, we are here to listen to your account and see if you have a case. Due to the increased complexity of these types of cases, it is best to contact an attorney as soon as you can. Here's why trucking crashes are different from other vehicle collisions and why you'll want to talk to an attorney right away.

More Time Sensitive
Something as simple as the trucking company's driving hour logs or the driver's records are the types of evidence that can help build your case. However, trucking companies are only obligated to hold onto these files for a certain amount of time. If you wait too long to hire an attorney experienced in trucking cases, the evidence could be disposed of before your team gets a chance to analyze it. 

Companies Already Have Legal Team
In many regular car collisions, repayment between the two parties involved can often be managed by the car insurance companies. However, in a trucking collision, that particular trucking company will already have an experienced legal team whose goal is to offer you less. Due to this, it's imperative for you to also have an experienced attorney at your side who knows the ins and outs of trucking cases. 

Damage Can Be Greater
No matter what wreck you're in, there's a potential for extreme loss and damages. However, due to the size and nature of a truck, the damage done is often different and sometimes greater. Because of this, the case can be more complicated than a typical wreck. 

Remember that financial compensation is sometimes the only way to recover from the loss and damage done in a trucking collision. For example, if you've been severely injured, you will need money to help pay for medical bills and if you couldn't work,  your day to day living expenses. Or, if your car is completely damaged beyond repair but you aren't receiving the results you want from your insurance company. That's when it's best to look into an attorney to help recover some of these damages on your behalf. 

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