In our recent blog post, we discussed how trucker burnout can be very dangerous. This brings up a good point — truckers are human. Some trucking companies tend to forget that point. They might focus more on delivery times and making promises of speedy delivery to obtain new contracts. While this is often good for business, it can be bad news for people who share the roads with these hurried truckers.
We know that you might not know where to start with a claim for compensation after a semi truck accident injury. We are here to guide you through the process from the initial investigation through the final outcome. You won’t have to walk this long journey alone.
As you probably know, the cause of the semi truck accident is a primary factor in a claim for compensation. The cause can affect how we approach your case. It can also determine who we seek compensation from. Think about a trucker who is burned out because of rapid fire tight deadlines. In that case, we might include the trucking company as a defendant since the trucking company’s policies and promises are what led the trucker to become burned out.
We understand that you might be low on energy and time. Recovering from injuries of this magnitude can be taxing. We are here to help you find out what you need to know for your case. We will expend the energy while you focus on resting and healing so that you can get back to life as you once knew it — or as close to that as possible after the injury.
Hilley & Frieder can handle all aspects of you case virtually from interview through conclusion. We are open and available to help you. Please view our complete COVID-19 statement to learn more about the steps we are taking to ensure that your case continues to move smoothly in this environment.