Negotiating Accident Claims Involving Commercial Trucks
Accidents involving motor vehicles and commercial trucks involve a much different legal process than an accident involving two motor vehicles. Trucking industry regulations and laws pertaining specifically to commercial vehicles play a major role in processing accident claims. Most larger trucking companies have legal teams dedicated to dealing with accidents and begin their investigations immediately after the accident is reported. To ensure that you get compensated fairly for any injuries you suffered, you need to hire an attorney like Jill McComsey with experience filing claims against the trucking industry.
Simplifying The Complex Process Of Filing A Claim
Trucking accident claims can potentially involve multiple parties, including the truck driver, mechanics who worked on the truck, the trucking company and many others. Trucking companies begin collecting evidence and interviewing witnesses immediately after the accident. Because of this, it’s important to get an attorney working for you right away to gather information with your best interests in mind.
At McComsey Law, LLC, we understand how to navigate the claims process and counter trucking industry strategies. We conduct comprehensive investigations to determine fault and hold the guilty parties responsible. During this time, we will explain how the process works and keep you fully informed about the status of your claim.
If You Were Injured In An Accident With A Commercial Truck, Call Jill For Justice
If you were injured in a crash with an 18-wheeler or other type of commercial truck, you need a law firm that has the knowledge and experience to handle these specialized cases. The legal team at McComsey Law, LLC, is ready, willing and able to immediately investigate the circumstances of the crash to ensure justice is met.
McComsey Law, LLC, works with families of injury victims in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Northampton County, Lehigh County, Philadelphia County, and the surrounding regions of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.