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To recover financially from a truck accident, you must be able to prove that you were injured and that the truck driver, the truck company or another party is responsible for those injuries. There must also be access to financial recovery from the driver and/or truck company.
Most damages in truck accidents come in the form of compensatory damages, which are meant to compensate you for your injuries and losses. This could include payment for medical expenses, lost wages, and more general damages such as pain and suffering.
Liable parties in a truck accident may include the truck driver, the driver's employer, the truck's manufacturer or a parts manufacturer. There are many factors that determine liability in truck accident cases.
There is a statute of limitations in Wisconsin for truck accident personal injury claims. You should contact a Milwaukee personal injury attorney as soon as possible to preserve your legal rights. If you are the victim of a Wisconsin truck accident, contact our office today to speak with a personal injury attorney.
First, you should ensure that anyone involved receives the necessary medical attention. If you or anyone else was injured in the accident, call 911 for emergency medical care. Even if you think your injuries are minor, getting checked out by a doctor as soon as possible is critical, as some motorcycle-related injuries are not immediately apparent.
Take photos of any property damage or visible injuries to yourself, your bike, and other vehicles involved in the crash. Write down details about the incident, including the vehicle's license plate numbers, identify all parties present during the crash, and collect contact information for any witnesses available.
Truck accident victims might sustain severe injuries or life-changing injuries, including:
Internal organ damage
Traumatic brain injuries
Head and neck trauma
Spinal cord injuries
Each truck accident case is different, and the fault is usually determined on a case-by-case basis. Many factors are considered when determining fault, such as road weather conditions, speed, distracted speeding, and the behavior of the truck driver and other drivers involved in the accident.
Establishing fault in a truck accident can be challenging. There can be multiple potentially responsible parties, and figuring out who holds liability is a task that requires expertise and experience. At Natasha Misra Law, we can conduct an intensive investigation to identify the responsible party and prove liability. Parties that can be held liable include:
The truck driver
The company that loaded the truck
The trucking company
The maintenance company
A third-party driver
Yes. You need a Commercial Driving License (CDL) to drive commercial trucks in the United States. This license allows you to drive heavy-duty and large commercial trucks and authorizes you to drive trucks with heavy loads. Depending on the type of goods being transported, you may also need to obtain additional endorsements, such as hazardous materials, air brakes, bulk liquid, or double and triple trailers.
Do not talk to the truck driver's insurance company or adjusters until you have the opportunity to consult an attorney.
Remember that the insurance carrier does not serve your interests. Any misstep can affect your ability to recover the compensation you deserve from the at-fault party. We encourage you to talk to our Milwaukee truck accident attorney to help negotiate with the insurance companies and their adjusters.