More than 38,000 Americans die each year in vehicle crashes.
An additional 4.4 million are injured severely enough to require medical attention. Being injured in a vehicle accident is terrifying. Victims may fear the loss of their career, lifestyle, and long-term health. Families may face financial uncertainty when a provider misses work while recovering from injuries.
Car and bus drivers are required to use care when operating their vehicles. That care extends to passengers in the car as well as to drivers of other vehicles on the road. In some cases, federal or state regulations provide safe vehicle operation requirements that drivers must meet.
Following a wreck, you should expect to receive a call from the at-fault driver’s insurance company. Do not talk to them! Some use scripted questions designed to trick you into making inaccurate statements about the crash or your injuries. The insurance investigator may also try to resolve your case quickly – and before you understand the full extent of your damages. They will never offer you the full legal value of your case.
Transportation companies will vigorously defend their drivers to protect company assets. If you are injured by a commercial vehicle or bus, you need a legal team that knows how to fight these large, powerful corporate entities.
Our experienced team knows how to investigate vehicle crashes and hold negligent parties responsible. We have recovered millions in damages against reckless individuals and companies that did not put safety first. Contact us today to investigate your wreck before key evidence is lost forever.
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