Any accident can be devastating. Any time that you’re in a vehicle and hit by another vehicle (or potentially worse when you’re on your feet and hit by a vehicle) can cause serious harm. However, when you’re in an accident involving a big truck, that can be even worse in some cases than if you’re hit by a car. The truth is that these trucks are so big, so dangerous, and can be going so fast that they can cause any number of problems. We can set you up with a truck accident lawyer in Glendale who can help when the worst happens.
You probably know that when you’re injured in an accident. You want to get an truck accident attorney in LA that can help you as quickly as possible. Also you probably know that they can take your case, take on the insurance company, and so forth. Here at the LA Injury Group, each of our attorneys are committed to making sure that your case is dealt with properly. So that you get all of the compensation that you deserve.
However, one way that our attorneys can help that you might not have considered is that we can make sure all of the parties responsible for your truck accident are held to account. When it comes to truck accidents, the first thing that everyone thinks is that the driver is the one responsible. Often, they are. The driver, after all, is the one in control of the truck. They’re the one who was driving, and the one who ultimately hit you.
However, it’s important to note that the driver isn’t the only party who may be responsible for your injury. We can help to find all of those responsible. Which can go a long way towards getting you even more compensation.
More people are responsible for a truck on the road than they might be for a car. For example, say that the truck that hit you had cargo in it. Perhaps the cargo was loaded improperly, which would then not be the fault of the driver. If that caused the accident (or even contributed to it) then that would be one more party that might be responsible for everything.
By that same token, it could be whoever maintains the truck. If that’s not the driver, but some other owner, then they would be responsible for some kind of mechanical failure that led to the accident. The same goes for if the truck parts were somehow faulty, or if the truck was improperly maintained, or something to that effect.
The truth is that there are any number of parties that could be at fault in a case like this. Should that be what’s going on, you want to make sure that you get all of the compensation that you deserve. A major part of that is bringing your case against the proper parties.
First off, we recommend getting medical assistance as soon as possible. If you’re unable to do that, we can help. We have medical professionals we work with who, like ourselves, work on contingency. That means that they won’t take any money until after your case. So that you don’t have to worry about paying for those same bills.
By that same token, we recommend reaching out to us as quickly as possible. The sooner we get started on your case, the sooner we can make sure that you have the best, strongest case imaginable. We know that after you’ve been in an accident involving a big truck (or, any kind of accident, really). It’s not easy to reach out to an attorney, even ones who can help.
That’s why we make it so easy to schedule a free consultation. You can do it through our site. We’re entirely open, just as we were before the pandemic, doing as much as possible remotely and virtually. For more information, you can schedule with us by calling (818) 240-1800.