After you’ve been injured in an accident involving a large truck, you might be wondering if you need a truck accident lawyer or not. If the accident was minor and your injuries were not severe, you might not need to hire a lawyer. You might be fine to settle outside of court.
But, for serious injuries where you are looking at significant medical bills, a lawyer is often your best option for receiving the compensation you are owed. If an insurance company is refusing to pay you the money you are due, a personal injury lawyer can also help you. They can work with you and fight for you to receive your due.
Even for minor accidents, consulting a lawyer is always a good way to receive peace of mind and know what to do going forward after an accident.
Accidents involving large trucks can often be severe. Large trucks are big and hard to maneuver, so they can do serious damage to other vehicles on the road around them.
These claims can also be complicated as they can involve the truck driver as well as the trucking company. If you have a question about a possible claim, contacting a lawyer is the safest route.
You are going to want to find a lawyer who has experience with these claims. You will need a lawyer who has experience with independent investigations involving trucking accidents and who knows the laws related to trucking accidents in New York.
If your accident happened in New York, contact Frekhtman & Associates today at (212) 222-1111. We are happy to help you with your claim and talk to you about what to do next.
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