Have You Been Hurt in a Truck Wreck? Call the Car Wreck Cowboy Today at 1-855-COWBOY9!
Accidents involving 18-wheeler trucks often cause catastrophic or fatal injuries. The losses related to a truck wreck (e.g., medical bills, property damage, lost wages, pain and suffering, disability / future medical care) can easily reach into the tens if not hundreds of thousands of dollars. Commercial insurance companies are ruthless when it comes to defending negligent truck drivers, but our job is to handle your entire case from beginning to end and to make sure you and your family receive justice and compensation.
Commercial trucks generally have insurance policies worth over $1 million—and for good reason. Unfortunately, this means that the insurance company and their adjusters are far more aggressive in defending their insured and fighting your claim. The unfortunate truth is that they’re very good at what they do. Unless you have an experienced attorney who’s ready to back up your demand with a lawsuit, they simply have no reason to play fair. For a free consultation, contact us 24/7 by phone, text message, email, or online chat.
Important Factors to Consider:
If you were in an accident involving a commercial vehicle (e.g., 18-wheeler, big rig, semi-truck, etc.) and suffered any type of injury whatsoever, it is absolutely in your best interests to retain a personal injury lawyer to handle your claim. You’ll be facing aggressive insurance adjusters and a team of on-staff attorneys whose only goal is to pay out as little as possible or find a reason to deny your claim altogether.
Our law firm has successfully handled countless truck accident claims over the years, and we know how best to ensure that our clients are fully compensated for every penny they’re owed.
While the typical auto insurance policy has approximately $60,000 in liability coverage, the typical policy limits on an 18-wheeler truck easily reach into the seven figures. Because of this, commercial insurance companies employ veteran adjusters who’ve worked their way up the chain due to their experience and/or unscrupulousness.
Additionally, commercial drivers must adhere to additional federal laws, rules and regulations set forth by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). If your attorney can show that the truck driver was in violation of one or more of these regulations (e.g., hours of service, mobile phone use, etc.)—or that the trucking company was negligent in hiring an unqualified driver—you have a much-greater chance at a successful claim.
To put it simply, we’re here to advocate on your behalf and to look after your best interests. Our main goals are to make sure you get the medical care you need, as well as the compensation you deserve following an injury accident. We’ll handle all communication with the insurance company moving forward and will keep you in the loop throughout the entire claims process.
The insurance company’s only objective is to save their company money by paying out as little as possible on every claim. They handle accident injury claims all day every day, and they know every single trick in the book. By hiring the Car Wreck Cowboy, you’re showing them that you mean business and aren’t going to play by their rules.