is similar to a car accident in that you, the injured plaintiff, must show that the other driver, the defendant, was negligent in operating your vehicle and causing your injuries. The similarities, however, end there. Truck accidents are far more complicated than automobile accidents, and they often incorporate evidence that isn't seen in vehicle accidents, such as:
Yes, most trucks include an onboard computer that captures the relevant parameters in the moments leading to a collision. Yes, a medical certificate and a "logbook" detailing how long the truck driver has traveled on any given day
All of this data can help determine who is to blame for a truck collision. Even yet, if efforts are not made soon after a
to preserve the evidence, it may be lost forever.
As a result, hiring a
to represent you after a truck collision is critical.
's Jan Hoen
has successfully represented numerous clients who have been injured in truck accidents.
He knows the tests it takes to win and how to get them.
Why shouldn't I accept The Trucking Company?
A transport company whose driver collides with you has one thing in mind: your bottom line. You know that lawsuits are often expensive, and you want to settle your case quickly. However, this may not be the best for you as the compensation you receive may be much less than what you will have to pay for your medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses. In addition, accepting a settlement offer without first consulting a
trucking accident lawyer
may prevent you from receiving additional compensation if your injuries turn out to be more severe than you initially thought.
Contact Truck Accident Attorney Williamsburg
After a truck accident, contact Hampton Injury Law at Williamsburg as soon as possible to allow
attorney Jan Hoen
to use his resources and knowledge to fight for you.