Help after your loved one was hit by a semi truck
Today I’m going to give you some answers to questions you may have after a person you love has been hit by a semi truck.
After your loved one was involved in an accident with a semi truck, you may be feeling angry, hurt, scared, and maybe even most of all; uncertain of what to do next. You may find some answers here about the most important steps to take immediately following the accident:
How to protect your family’s legal rights after a semi truck accident
I know it will be hard, but despite all the emotions you’re going through right now, you’re going to have to clear your head just enough to take steps to ensure that you protect your rights and the rights of your loved ones immediately after the semi truck accident has happened. Remember that trucking and insurance companies take every semi truck accident very seriously because if they are at-fault in the accident, they stand to lose a lot of money in the settlement. Because of this, right after the semi truck accident occurs, they will hire investigators to visit the crash site and collect evidence to try and show that the trucking company or truck driver are not at-fault for the accident.
Right now there could be an army against you, and chances are, you’re facing it alone. It is for this reason that finding a semi truck accident lawyer to help you with your case is crucial. A semi truck accident lawyer will fight for you – hiring investigators for your case who will find and preserve evidence that could win your semi truck accident case in court. Big trucking and insurance companies don’t want you to have a lawyer, because they know they will probably lose more money if you do. But having a lawyer is your legal right – and a semi truck accident lawyer won’t charge you any money unless they win your case.
Recent Semi Truck Accident Story in the News:
Recently, a woman was killed when her car was hit in Florida by a semi truck. The accident occurred in Northwest Orange County just outside the city limits of Apopka.
We hope that evidence is collected properly and that if it points to the truck driver and/or trucking company being liable, that her family gets the justice they deserve.