Truck Accident Injury Tips

Were you in a truck wreck in Texas and have questions? Check out these truck accident injury tips for guidance, then contact our attorneys.

Truck Accidents vs Car Accidents

Truck Accident Injury TipsFirst of all, trucks, 18-wheelers are governed by federal law and federal regulation, and these regulations set out safety rules to make the trucking industry safer. However, if a trucking company does not follow these safety rules, and that results in an accident in which someone gets hurt, then the trucking company and their insurance company are responsible for that injury or that accident.

The other difference is that trucking companies are required to carry insurance. There are states where that’s not required in a car, for example. Since trucking companies are required to have insurance, there is the ability to compensate you for your injuries and the harm that’s been done to you and your family.

Accepting the First Settlement Offer

First of all, you should never, ever accept the first offer that an insurance company makes to you to resolve your claim. The first offer is part of a strategy by the insurance company to try their best to pay you as little as possible. If the question is, “Should I accept the first offer made to me by the insurance company?” the answer is an absolute no.

Attorney Fees

Personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee agreement. What that means is that there will be no upfront cost to you to hire an attorney at our firm. We pay all the expenses associated with your case, including the cost of experts and court fees. When your case settles or a jury awards you money, we get reimbursed for those expenses and also receive a percentage of the money that was recovered.


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

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