If you have been injured in an accident involving a commercial truck, determining what caused the accident and who is responsible as well as how to be compensated for your suffering are complicated questions. Commercial trucking accident lawsuits may involve many parties, including the driver, the owner of the truck, the truck manufacturer, and the owner of the transported load.
Our team of experienced Denver truck accident attorneys will evaluate the situation and assess where fault lies. Don’t attempt to take on a trucking accident on your own. Speak with one of our experienced truck accident attorneys at CO Injury Law. We work with a team of experts to thoroughly prepare a case that will achieve the most successful outcome possible.
A collision involving a truck is more complex to resolve than a crash between automobiles. Truck accidents often involve multiple parties. Sorting out liability is complex.
Insurance companies fight commercial vehicle cases harder. Because crashes involving large trucks and cars usually produce more serious injuries, commercial truck drivers and trucking companies are required by law to carry higher amounts of liability insurance than automobile drivers. To defend their bottom line, the insurance companies will hire lawyers to defend them on their behalf. The financial stakes can be high. Insurance companies will fight to keep compensation as low as possible. Legal representation for the injured party is imperative.
If you’ve been involved in an accident with a large truck, we will investigate the accident in detail to determine all potential responsible parties. If more than one party is liable, the amount of insurance coverage available to pay for your injuries could be substantial. Let our truck accident attorneys help you recover the maximum amount of money for your injuries.
The following are some of the types of compensation you may be entitled to receive after a truck accident in Colorado:
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Never accept an offer without consulting a trained professional. A consultation with CO Injury Law will cost you nothing. Trucking companies are known to quickly offer a settlement. The offer may seem like a large amount of money. However, without legal guidance, you have no way of knowing if the amount they are offering is the true value of your case.
Typically, initial offers from insurance companies are low. At CO Injury Law we track our settlement figures from insurance companies, including figures for specific insurance adjusters. We also follow local and national figures to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve. We strongly advise that you consult one of our attorneys before you accept an offer from an insurance company. If the offer is fair, we will confirm that you have been offered a fair settlement. And if the offer is low, we will explain why it is low and discuss how we will help you get fair value for your case.
We recommend that you schedule a free consult with us as soon as possible after the accident. We’ll review the details and discuss if you have a valid claim. We will answer your questions. You won’t be rushed or asked to wait for days and weeks to see us. We will help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of your case and how best to proceed.
We will investigate the accident in detail and identify the parties responsible for your injury. We will work with outside professionals if your case requires their expertise. We will estimate your losses from the injury and take into account the cost of future medical care and lost income if you can’t return to work. Once we have a thorough understanding of all aspects of your case, we will submit a claim to the appropriate parties. The claim will reflect appropriate compensation for all your losses.
We recommend that you schedule a fee consultation with a trained professional as soon as possible after your accident. To defend their bottom line, a trucking company will hire lawyers to work on their behalf. The financial stakes can be high; the insurance company will fight to keep compensation as low as possible.