Personal injury claims are based on the following primary elements:
It’s important to distinguish between personal injury claims and
The compensation you can seek after being injured by the negligence of another, such as a negligent truck driver in a truck accident, is considerable and includes all the following categories of loss:
A key component of your personal injury claim is carefully addressing your full range of losses, and for that, you’re advised to have skilled legal counsel in your corner.
If you’re injured at work, such as on a construction site – which is the workspace that’s most closely associated with accidents on the job – you can seek compensation for the following forms of loss:
Because the matter of negligence isn’t addressed, compensation for the physical and emotional pain and suffering you endure is off the table. There are, however, instances in which an injured employee can sue for injuries sustained on the job and, in the process, can seek more comprehensive coverage. These include:
Traffic accidents are one of the most common forms of personal injury claims, and tractor-trailer accidents are among the most dangerous traffic accidents. If you’ve been injured in a truck accident that you didn’t cause, negligence on the part of the truck driver, the trucking company, or both can be to blame.
Truck drivers are professional drivers, and this means that they’re held to far more rigorous standards than the rest of us are. For example, there are strict hours-of-service regulations in place that carefully limit the number of hours that truck drivers can spend behind the wheel. Truck drivers pull tens of thousands of pounds, and the damages associated with truck driver negligence can be difficult to overstate.
Common forms of truck driver negligence include all the following:
Proving the truck driver’s negligence is critical to the outcome of your claim, and your trusted personal injury attorney will leave no stone unturned in their focused efforts to do so. This generally involves gathering and skillfully compiling evidence like the following:
While negligence on the part of the truck driver is often the primary cause of truck accidents, the trucking company can share this fault – or can be solely responsible. The trucking industry is booming, and too many trucking companies allow profits to overshadow their safety efforts. Negligence on the part of the trucking company in any of the following areas can prove exceptionally dangerous:
Regardless of the kind of accident that leaves you injured – whether it’s a truck accident, another kind of personal injury claim, or an accident on the job site – you need to recognize that the insurance company is focused on its own profits. This means it will take the steps necessary to limit your settlement, and it has considerable resources behind it.
As such, it’s important to keep all the following in mind:
The accomplished Mt. Vernon personal injury attorneys at Bonifield & Rosenstengel, P.C., dedicate their impressive practice to helping clients like you effectively and efficiently resolve their claims – in pursuit of just compensation that supports their most complete recoveries. Learn more by