Your lawyer will review the police report, visit the crash scene and talk to eyewitnesses to get a better understanding of what really happened.
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If the driver is found to be negligent, the company will have to pay for medical treatment, lost income and wages, property damage, and non-economic damages for pain and suffering.
You are entitled to compensatory damages, which can be economic and non-economic.
If your accident lawyers discover that there was some type of mechanical failure involved, they will ask to see documents on when the truck was last inspected.
You can claim economic damages, which will include your medical bills, the cost of fixing or replacing your car, as well as your lost wages.
In order to file a personal injury claim, you need to prove that the accident was caused by some type of negligence, on the part of the truck driver, the company he works for, the manufacturer of the vehicle or those responsible for the cargo.
If you leave it to the insurance adjusters, the value of your claim might be vastly reduced.
What you do after a truck accident depends on the severity of your injuries.
According to SmartAsset, a new study has shown that drivers in the Oklahoma area are some of the worst drivers in the United States.
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