I’m attorney Darryl Isaacs. If you or somebody you love has been in an accident with a big commercial truck, you’re going to need help fast to protect your injury claim. Isaacs & Isaacs truck accident law firm will respond immediately to do whatever is necessary to investigate the cause of your accident and prove liability. Call our hotline at 800-800-888, or fill out our online form to speak to an experienced truck accident lawyer ASAP.
The Trucking Insurance Company Will Begin to Investigate the Accident Immediately
A recent truck accident out on the AA Highway involving a semi hauling steel plates and three other vehicles caused serious injuries and death to those involved. The accident started when the semi truck T-boned a pickup truck that was entering the highway. The first news report said the accident was under investigation, but it didn’t say by whom. One thing we know from experience at Isaacs & Isaacs, the trucking insurance people will send an investigation team out to the scene of a serious accident as soon as they find out, and they’ll be notified right away.
A Conversation With Darryl Isaacs All About Truck Accidents
Attorney Darryl Isaacs sat down to address questions for those who have been involved in a crash involving big rig trucks or other large commercial vehicles. Join us in this radio episode of “Ask The Hammer,” the podcast exploring the legal matters that matter most. Play the episode directly below.
Isaacs & Isaacs Truck Accident Law Firm Will Also Begin to Investigate Right Away
We have our own team of truck accident scene investigators we send out to serious crash sites as soon as somebody calls us for help. Because we employ attorneys who worked in insurance defense, we know the lengths the trucker’s insurance people may go to in order to reduce or deny your claim. The more serious your injuries are, the harder the insurance people will work to try and blame the accident on you or say that you were also responsible for the crash.
Isaacs & Isaacs Semi-Truck Accident Lawyers Will Fight to Get Your Fair Settlement
When there’s been a serious accident causing major injuries and death, the best strategy may be to file a lawsuit. A lawsuit allows us to demand access to physical evidence, driver and maintenance logs, company records and other evidence that the trucker or trucking company has no obligation to disclose unless they are forced to in the pretrial phase of civil litigation known as discovery.
Filing a lawsuit will allow us to build a strong case in order to demand compensation for all your damages. You need compensation for your current damages and the financial hardships your injuries will impose on you and your family in the future. In some tragic accidents, it becomes necessary to file a wrongful death lawsuit.
Isaacs and Isaacs Truck Accident Law Firm Will Be With You Every Step of the Way
Our staff of aggressive and compassionate legal professionals will walk through the aftermath of the accident with you and your family. We will keep you informed of the developments in your claim, maintain contact with your medical provider(s) and do everything we can do to help you through this calamity.
You do not have to worry about how you will negotiate a fair settlement with the trucker’s insurance company. You won’t have to wonder how you will defend yourself from their allegations of wrongdoing or negligence on your part. You will not have to worry about defending a deceased family member who cannot speak for him or herself. We will take the burden off your shoulders so that you can focus on recovering from the accident and rebuilding your life.
Speak With an Experienced Alexandria, Kentucky Trucking Accident Lawyer
At Isaacs & Isaacs, we understand that you may be overwhelmed at this time. But there are important reasons why you should not delay taking legal action. The sooner you call us for help, the sooner we can begin investigating the facts of your case. If you put off seeking help, important evidence at the scene of the accident and other evidence necessary to prove your case could disappear or be altered. Witnesses could forget what happened. The time limit for filing your case could expire.