When you or someone you care about is injured in an accident with a large truck, the results can be devastating. Outcomes can be even worse without an experienced truck accident lawyer on your side fighting to make those at fault take responsibility for their actions.
If you’re like many Oklahomans, you may resist calling a lawyer for help, believing it’s not necessary. However, there are many reasons you need the help of someone like the attorneys at Laird Hammons Laird. They are committed to helping you get the compensation you need to get your life back on track.
Don’t Trust Insurance to Take Care of You
Insurance agencies and representatives–both yours and the one used by the trucking company–are trained to spend as little as possible on claim payouts. Your injuries and the money you must spend to heal means less to them than their own bottom line.
When insurance companies play the blame game, your health, happiness, and quality of life suffer. When you’ve suffered a serious injury, the last thing you should have to deal with is an insurance company bullying you into a decision.
An attorney with experience in trucking cases will understand whether you should settle or go to court. Your specific needs should be the focus of your case and will be with the lawyers at Laird Hammons Laird.
Serious Injuries are Serious Matters
As soon as your health and safety are assured, you should immediately call a lawyer. Especially when:
Investigations and Disappearing Evidence
Evidence can be destroyed or misplaced easily, but with an experienced attorney you’ll have a better chance of making sure the evidence is available when you need it. As soon as a client agrees to work with Laird Hammons Laird, one of our lawyers will immediately send a spoliation letter.
A spoliation letter goes to all parties involved in the incident and ensures each party does their part to keep evidence from being destroyed, tampered with, or misplaced. This vital step makes sure your fight for justice will have the proper information and facts.
Multiple Parties Involved in the Case
Untangling the messy web of who is at fault in a trucking accident can be one of the most difficult tasks after a truck collision. The list of potential involved parties is long and could include:
Confused About Where to Start?Everyone at Laird Hammons Laird is dedicated to helping you get the help you need and deserve. If you don’t know what to do after a trucking collision, we can help. Don’t let one incident determine the rest of your life, get the help you need by calling Laird Hammons Laird.