Every personal injury claim is specific to the unique situation at hand, and they come in a wide range of forms. Some of the most common, however, include the following:
Traffic accidents are some of the most common personal injury claims, and truck accidents represent some of the deadliest traffic accidents. The immense difference in size and weight between 18-wheelers and the cars we drive ensures that we are at far greater risk of being injured in truck accidents than the occupants of the involved trucks are.
The trucking industry is a major player in our economy, and it operates at a swift, steady clip. Trucking companies and truck drivers who put profits before safety greatly increase the chances that life-threatening accidents will occur. Both truck drivers and trucking companies bear considerable responsibility in relation to safety, and negligence on the part of either – or both – can prove disastrous.
Truck drivers are professional drivers who are responsible for maneuvering their rigs safely through traffic and over our roads, and there’s no safe place for negligence of any form. Common examples of the kinds of truck driver negligence that tend to cause accidents include the following:
Truck accident claims are unique in the sense that negligence can apply to both the trucking company and the truck driver. While truck drivers are responsible for handling their rigs safely, trucking companies bear all the following primary responsibilities:
Getting to the bottom of the negligence issue is critical to your claim, and this is a job that’s best left in the capable hands of your dedicated personal injury attorney.
It’s important to understand that the trucking company and the insurance company that represents it have deep pockets, and they’re likely to start throwing these resources around in their focused efforts to settle your claim for as little as possible. In other words, the insurance company is not on your side, which makes bringing your strongest claim paramount – turn to a trusted personal injury attorney for the skilled legal guidance you need.
The losses associated with construction accidents can be difficult to overstate.
As mentioned, personal injury claims on the job bypass the issue of negligence, and in the process, injured employees forego the right to sue. As such, the compensation you can seek in relation to an injury on the job is limited to the following:
Each of these can be exceptionally high, and ensuring that your injuries and related losses are well represented will play a pivotal role in your ability to fully recover compensation for your losses.
Regardless of the kind of accident involved, bringing a robust claim is imperative, and a seasoned personal injury attorney can help in all the following critical ways:
With more than 45 years of experience in handling personal injury claims throughout the state of Illinois, you can recover peacefully knowing that your personal injury claim is in safe hands. Retaining our services means retaining the skill, knowledge, and expertise of some of the most respected personal injury attorneys in the region, each with decades of experience and practice seeking justice and compensation under their belt.