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How to get the compensation you deserve after a trucking accident

On Behalf of | Feb 25, 2015 | Truck Accidents

Semi-trucks hauling tens of thousands of pounds of cargo zip back and forth on Connecticut’s highways every day, and one simple mistake by a driver can have catastrophic results for others on the roadways.

If you have been involved in a trucking accident, the trucking company’s insurer is already working to limit the compensation you are entitled to for the injuries and damages you have suffered.

In order to make sure you get the compensation you deserve, it’s important to begin working with an experienced personal injury lawyer right away.

Unfortunately, many trucking accidents happen because trucking companies have learned that they can save money by not complying with mandatory safety laws after getting away with it in the past.

It takes a skilled law firm with experience handling these kinds of cases to uncover rule violations and hold truck drivers and their employers responsible for their unlawful actions.

We don’t need to tell you that trucking accidents often lead to catastrophic injuries. But what you do need to know is that trucking companies are often let off far too easy.

You have already been injured by the trucking company once; don’t let them harm you again by depriving you of the compensation you are entitled to.

The first step in getting what you deserve is calling our firm for a free consultation. In fact, we don’t charge a fee unless we are successful for you.

It’s not easy to take on a trucking company’s insurer and win, but we have what it takes.



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