A collision with a commercial truck can be catastrophic. A catastrophic accident is one that causes permanent injuries, disfigurement, disabilities or death. At the Law Firm of Aaron A. Herbert, P.C, our attorneys help victims of Plano truck wrecks and the loved ones of the deceased. We understand how these accidents occur and how to procure maximum results for clients during insurance settlement negotiations and personal injury lawsuits. If you were in a truck accident in Collin County, Texas, please contact us for a free legal consultation today.
Truck accidents involve unique laws and rules in Texas compared to other car accidents. Commercial trucking involves federal laws and trucking companies that may be liable. Going up against a truck company can be difficult as an individual without legal representation. Truck companies are powerful and have significant legal resources to refute liability. When you hire an attorney, you even the playing field. You give yourself more power during settlement negotiations, diminishing the odds of the insurance company taking advantage of you. You also have the ability to focus on things such as medical treatments and recovery while a professional takes care of your case.
The type of truck accident that caused your injuries or a loved one’s death can point to the identity of the at-fault party. If truck brake failure caused your collision, for example, the manufacturer of the defective brakes could be legally responsible for your damages. An investigation by the lawyers at the Law Firm of Aaron A. Herbert, P.C. can help you determine who or what caused your type of truck wreck.
The personal injuries sustained in an accident with a big rig can be catastrophic or fatal. Our lawyers have helped truck accident victims with broken bones, soft-tissue injuries, whiplash, back and spine injuries, traumatic brain injuries, amputations, burns, lacerations, and many other serious injuries. We also help families file wrongful death claims after fatal truck accidents in Plano.
In Texas, the at-fault party for your truck accident could owe you financial compensation for your losses and damages. Tort-based insurance laws require you to identify the at-fault party before filing an insurance claim. Upon filing your claim with the correct insurance company, you may need to prove fault and/or your damages through evidence such as photographs, eyewitness statements, police reports, and medical documentation. A successful claim could lead to compensation for your various losses.
Hiring Attorney Aaron A. Herbert to represent your best interests during insurance negotiations could lead to maximum compensation for your damages. If insurance negotiations fail to achieve appropriate results, your lawyer can take your truck wreck case to court in Collin County for better compensation.
If you have injuries from a truck wreck in Plano, Texas, our attorneys can help you seek justice and recompense from one or multiple at-fault parties. Our Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area truck accident lawyers have the resources, experience, and passion to help you with even the most complex case. Learn about your rights and specific case today during a free consultation with Attorney Aaron A. Herbert. Contact us online or call (214) 200-4878.