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Phoenix Truck Accident Lawyer

The aftermath of a semi-truck wreck can leave you injured, without a vehicle, and facing a mountain of medical bills and other expenses and losses. Find out if you have a case for compensation by working with a Phoenix truck accident lawyer.

Few traffic accidents result in greater property damage and more catastrophic injuries than collisions involving large commercial vehicles such as semi-trucks. Unfortunately, the increased damage caused by these crashes is also followed by increased confusion when it comes to sorting out fault afterward, thanks in large part to the sheer number of entities involved with the maintenance and operation of these vehicles.

Getting a fair settlement for your injuries and losses doesn’t stop at identifying who was at fault, however; you’ll also need to know what your claim is worth and how to get that compensation out of the insurance companies. This is never an easy process, but Our lawyer, an experienced Phoenix truck accident lawyer, can help you through each of these steps, thereby allowing you to focus on your health and recovery while we handle the legal challenges and insurance headaches.


Determining Fault for a Semi-Truck Wreck Is Complex

Achieving a successful resolution to any personal injury claim will require identifying all of the at-fault parties and building a strong case demonstrating why they owe you compensation. In 18-wheeler accidents, this is especially difficult to do because so many different parties may be at fault:

  • The trucker would be responsible if reckless, distracted, drowsy, or drunk driving played a role in the crash.
  • The trucking company could be at fault if they engaged in negligent hiring practices by employing unqualified drivers or if they failed to maintain the commercial truck up to safe standards.
  • The company that loaded the cargo might be to blame if they overloaded the truck, causing a tire blowout, or if they failed to secure the cargo, resulting in a lost load.
  • A parts or vehicle manufacturer would bear some of the fault if a defective part failed and caused the crash.
  • A government agency or construction company might owe you compensation if dangerous road conditions or a sloppy construction zone factored into what happened.
  • The driver of another passenger vehicle, such as a car or motorcycle, could be responsible for the wreck for all of the same reasons that the truck driver could be.

Whatever the cause, our Phoenix truck accident lawyer will help you identify everyone who was at fault. This will help you receive the largest settlement possible as you’ll be able to pursue financial compensation from all potential sources.


Financial Compensation for an 18-Wheeler Accident

Once we know who to seek compensation from, we’ll need to place a value on your claim. It’s the rare truck accident that doesn’t result in massive medical and repair bills, but these won’t be the only items that you can seek compensation for.

Your direct financial losses will include the cost of medical procedures and treatment. This needs to include your future expenses as well as your current ones, as you don’t want to wind up paying for expenses out of pocket down the road. Your compensation should also account for lost income, therapy and transportation costs, caretaker wages, medication and medical devices, property damage, and any other expenses incurred by the crash or its aftermath.

Our Phoenix truck accident lawyer will also ensure that you receive compensation for any decreased quality of life that you experience. These are called non-economic damages and include pain and suffering, loss of consortium, and lost enjoyment of life.


Commercial Truck Crash Injuries

The monetary restitution that you receive will largely depend upon the specific nature of your injuries. The type of injury you suffer in the semi-truck accident will indicate what treatment you will need and whether you will ever be able to recover and return to work and your accustomed lifestyle.

As your Phoenix truck accident lawyer, Our lawyer will discuss your situation in-depth with your doctors so that everything is accounted for in the insurance payout that you receive. Listed below are just a few of the injury types that occur in these accidents, all of which require different considerations when it comes to compensation:

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
  • Spine injuries
  • Neck injuries, including whiplash
  • Internal bleeding and organ damage
  • Face and eye damage
  • Severe burns
  • Broken and fractured bones
  • Wrongful death


Negotiating with the Insurance vs. Going to Court

The hardest part of any personal injury lawsuit is easily the process of actually getting an insurance company to pay you what your claim is truly worth. In order to save themselves money, the insurance will most likely offer you a lowball settlement that only covers your most obvious and immediate expenses. Their goal is to get you to settle quickly—and for the bare minimum.

Because Arizona is a comparative fault state, they’ll also try to argue that you were at fault for the 18-wheeler crash. The more blame they can push off onto you, the less they’ll have to pay you.

This makes it important to retain a Phoenix truck accident lawyer to handle the insurance negotiations for you. Attorney * knows the tactics that they’ll try to use and will make certain that your damages and losses get a fair accounting with all of the evidence being presented. Odds are good that we’ll be able to get you a fair settlement without ever going to court, but if the insurance won’t take your claim seriously, The Injury Law Group will be prepared to go to trial and represent you.


Phoenix Truck Accident FAQ

Truck accidents are violent and chaotic affairs, and the aftermath of one of these wrecks is often as difficult to navigate as the accident itself. We’ve provided answers to some of the most common questions crash victims have below, but if you need more detailed answers, please contact our office in order to speak with our Phoenix truck accident lawyer.

How do I prove that a trucker caused my accident by falling asleep at the wheel?

Drowsy driving is a serious problem in the trucking industry, which is why there are regulations that limit the number of hours that a trucker can drive consecutively. Drivers are required to keep rest logs, which can be reviewed to determine if the driver was in violation.

How do I identify a trucker who injured me in a hit-and-run?

Because commercial trucks are so large, drivers sometimes don’t realize that they’ve been involved in an accident. Regardless, it’s sometimes possible to track these truckers down through paint scrapes, body damage, surveillance videos and photos, and witness descriptions.

Can I receive compensation for emotional trauma caused by a semi-truck wreck?

Yes, emotional distress is a non-economic damage that you can request compensation for in your personal injury lawsuit. This includes post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, and any other mental trauma that can be linked to the crash.


Get Help from a Phoenix Semi-Truck Crash Attorney

If you weren’t at fault, you deserve full compensation for your tractor-trailer accident. Don’t let an insurance company undervalue your claim and leave you paying for expenses and losses that shouldn’t be your responsibility.

To find out what your case is worth and who owes you financial compensation, arrange a time to meet with Our lawyer, a knowledgeable Phoenix truck accident lawyer. Getting started is as easy as completing the contact form on this page or giving us a call at 602-456-4166.