Did Your Accident Involve A Commercial Vehicle?
The United States Department of Transportation registers thousands of commercial vehicles every year. Semitrucks, tractor-trailers, busses and other commercial vehicles are tightly regulated. When they cause an accident, especially one that causes injury, there are many people who may be held responsible for the injuries that result. Working with an experienced attorney is very important because of the added complications and the often very severe injuries involved.
Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler, PLLC, works with you to gather the evidence and present your case in the strongest way possible. Contact us for a free case evaluation.
Why You Need To Call A Lawyer As Soon As Possible
Businesses with dedicated commercial vehicles are required to carry high-value insurance policies. Their policies have the money to pay for your injuries, care and recovery. However, these policies also come with resources. At the end of the day, insurance companies are businesses, and they care about their bottom line more than your accident. We hold companies responsible by:
- Using forensic experts to determine the facts
- Identifying violations of the law, including industry-specific regulations
- Presenting your side of the story clearly and convincingly in court
- Fully taking your injuries into account
- Using our extensive legal knowledge on your behalf
We know that you and your family needs care. You need medical care and time off work to heal, but they do not come cheap. If you are in an accident with a commercial truck, bus, van or other vehicle, we can help you get the care you need and deserve.
The Law Firm of Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler, PLLC, Has Resources You Need
Our firm has decades of experience working with personal injury claims in Charleston and across West Virginia. Our lawyers are skilled at their job and compassionate legal guides. For a free consultation, call us at 800-797-9730. If you cannot call or need additional accommodations, contact us online.