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Partial Fault Truck Accident

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    Partial Fault Truck Accident

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      Partial Fault Truck Accident

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        – A.M.

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        – Roxanna Alvarado

        Honestly I’m so happy I went to him!! Settled my case and was great on giving me updates throughout the process!

        – Marlee Guerrero


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        Can I file a claim if I was partially at fault for the truck accident?


        If it is determined that you are partially at fault for a crash after the police have come out, completed their investigation, and they say you also made a mistake, you still have the right to have your case heard in court if you disagree with the police officer. We see that quite a bit. Many times, the police officers come after a crash has happened. They talk to the drivers. The two drivers have different stories. They don’t know who to actually put the responsibility on. They put on the police report, 50/50. You disagree with that. You can still get a fair trial in court in front of a jury and let them decide if you were responsible or not. The police officer’s opinion is not the final word. In fact, many people don’t realize this, but the police report stating who was responsible, in most cases, is not admissible in court. The judges want the juries to decide who’s responsible and not rely solely on the police officer who may have come late to the party, maybe didn’t get all the information, maybe was in a hurry to go to another call. Even though there might be situations where the police officer says that you are partially responsible, you still have the opportunity to have your case heard by a jury to decide whether or not that is the case.

        Were you or a loved one seriously injured from a truck wreck in Texas and have questions about the steps after a truck accident? Contact our experienced Texas Truck Accident Lawyers today for a free legal consultation and case evaluation.

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