Winning Compensation With A Truck Crash Lawyer
When you’ve been involved in a collision with a tractor trailer or bus in Tennessee, know that trucking companies and their insurers may arrive at the scene of the crash or soon after. It’s not uncommon for them to attempt to get eyewitness accounts that are misleading. Their task is to prove that you were at least 50 percent at fault, all so they can save money.
That’s because Tennessee operates on the legal insurance principles of “modified comparative negligence.” Specifically, they use the “50 percent rule” which means that if you, the plaintiff, are proven to hold 50 percent or more of the liability for the crash, you will not be eligible collect money damages in the case.
The truck accident attorneys at Isaacs & Isaacs closely monitor the tactics of insurance companies. Some of our truck accident attorneys even worked on that side of the table before they joined our truck accident law firm. Bottom line: we are are determined to help you get your life back on track. Call upon us 24/7 so we can begin guiding you through the complex legal web of Tennessee truck accident lawsuits.
National Truck Accident Attorneys With a $1 Billion Record
Darryl Isaacs — The Hammer — Darryl Isaacs — The Hammer — and the team of truck accident attorneys at Isaacs & Isaacs have been fighting for injured victims for over 25 years. We continue to take our fight for justice across the great state of Tennessee and around the country. In Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio alone we have recovered over $1 billion for our clients. Many of these cases require powerful resources against multi-million dollar companies. Allow us to take on the court costs of litigation and represent you using the popular and proven contingency fee system. That means you don’t pay anything toward court costs and case expenses unless we win or settle your case.
Isaacs & Isaacs handles truck cases nationally, partnering with state-licensed attorneys in Tennessee to help provide the very best legal experience possible. Our trucking offices are found throughout the nearby states of Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio.
Give us a call 24/7 days at 800-800-8888 to get started.