It is important to act quickly if you or a loved one has been involved in a truck accident, whether the accident concerns a tractor trailer, an 18-wheeler, big rig, or other commercial truck.
Because as soon as a commercial truck is involved in a collision, the trucking company is notified, often by automatic electronic means. The trucking company “go team” will then usually head to the accident scene immediately.
If the truck company is likely at fault, they will have a strong incentive to take whatever actions they can that will serve their interests. They may have the truck removed and the accident scene cleaned up. Important evidence, such as black box information, truck condition, and tires, may be taken into their control, and may be destroyed, damaged, or otherwise become unavailable or rendered useless.
This information may be critical to proving your case. Without this information, you may not have a very good case.
Experienced defendants, such as national trucking companies, know this. They also are very adept at how they should act immediately following an accident so that their liability will be minimized.
We Need to Start As Soon As Possible to Give Your Case the Best Chance for Success
I and our firm fight back against truck companies and their teams. We get court orders to preserve truck accident evidence. We investigate accidents as soon as possible. We hire experienced investigators and accident recontructionists. We position your case to have the best chance of succeeding, with the goal of collecting for you all damages that you rightfully deserve.
But it’s important to get our investigation started so that valuable evidence does not get lost.
Call Us So That We Can Start the Investigation Into Your Case
If you’ve been injured in a trucking accident case, or a family member has been killed in a truck accident, please call me so that I and our firm can begin working on your case immediately. You will owe us no fees unless we recover for your injuries and damages.
Once we learn about your case and you retain our firm, we will immediately begin the process of seeking to locate and obtain the evidence that is critical to your case.