When people think about recovering from a truck accident, they typically think of the physical recovery from the serious injuries that were suffered.
While the physical recovery is certainly the most important recovery, there is a second type of recovery that should also take place if the accident was caused by the negligence of a truck driver: a financial recovery. That’s where we can help.
If you have been hurt in a truck wreck, you have likely incurred medical bills, have lost wages and have been left to struggle financially. Follender Law Offices, P.L.L.C., in Nashua, New Hampshire, has more than 35 years of experience recovering compensation for people in truck accident and other serious injury claims. Let us help you recover the money you need.
Prompt Investigation Of Your Truck Wreck Claim
Quick movement is critical in truck accident cases. You can be certain that the trucking company will take immediate action. This could be a major cost to the trucking company and its insurer, so they will have lawyers, investigators and others at the scene of the accident as soon as possible. To make certain that all evidence is preserved, you need to make certain that you have a lawyer on your side who is willing to move just as quickly.
We know the importance of preserving the truck crash scene through photography, of getting the black box data from the truck, of gathering driver logbooks and more. We will not let the trucking company pull anything out of our reach. We will get the evidence needed to prove wrongdoing on the part of the truck driver or trucking company.
Who Was To Blame?
In truck wreck cases, nothing can be taken for granted. While many wrecks are the result of truck driver negligence in the form of driver distractions, driver fatigue, drunk or drugged driving, there may also be cases in which the truck company was to blame for poor maintenance or other issues. Truck manufacturers may also be responsible for accidents caused by defective tires, defective brakes or other issues. We will find out who was to blame, and we will work hard to see that they are held accountable.