Charlotte Trucking Accident Lawyers
Accidents involving large trucks and other commercial vehicles are more complex than accidents involving smaller vehicles. The main reason for this has to do with the state and federal regulations that North Carolina trucking companies and other commercial operators are required to follow in order to keep these vehicles on the road. Another reason is that the massive size and weight difference between these trucks and other vehicles usually results in catastrophic injuries or the wrongful death of innocent people.
How The Sasser Law Firm Can Help
The Sasser Law Firm can immediately start working to protect your interests after a semi truck accident. They have the resources required to develop, litigate, and achieve the actual value of your case. Their lawyers work with professional investigators, doctors, nurses, and other experts to start protecting your rights and gathering evidence in your case:
- Driver’s log book
- Driver qualification records
- Vehicle damage
- Skid marks
- Maintenance records
- Information from the truck’s black box
- Witness testimony
After establishing your claim, their team will work hard to put together a Life Care plan that takes into account all of the future needs you may have as a result of your injuries. They will also make certain that your settlement is structured correctly and can assist you with the transition into Social Security Disability benefits.
Fatal Truck Accidents
If you have lost a loved one in a fatal tractor trailer accident, the firm can help you seek compensation for your losses through a wrongful death claim. You may be eligible to receive compensation for medical expenses, property loss, funeral expenses, and other damages. The firm will help you explore your full scope of legal options to seek the maximum compensation available.
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Contacting a North Carolina, Injury Settlement Attorney
For the help of an experienced Charlotte trucking accident attorney, call 866-770-8681 or contact the firm today.