Experienced Counsel For Serious Commercial Vehicle And Truck Crashes
Accidents involving semi trucks, 18-wheelers, tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles often result in severe injuries given the size of the vehicles as well as the speed and force of the collisions. Victims who are injured often need lifelong, expensive medical care for catastrophic spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries.
You are not responsible for what happened, and you should not have to bear the burden alone. At Sarkisian Sarkisian & Associates, we dedicate our motor vehicle injury practice to obtaining maximum compensation for the victims of accidents in Indiana and Illinois. We’ll be there for you every step of the way to make sure the commercial driver or company responsible for your damages is held accountable for their negligence.
We pursue personal injury and wrongful death claims involving a wide range of commercial vehicles, including:
- Delivery vans
- Commercial trucks such as semi trucks and tractor-trailers
- Box trucks
- Courier vehicles
- Rental vehicles and trailers
Don’t Fall Prey To The Insurance Companies
You need someone looking out for your interests, making sure you get the full compensation you need to pay for your medical expenses, ongoing care, pain and suffering, and other damages.
The lawyers at Sarkisian Sarkisian & Associates can help you get the full and fair compensation you need to treat injuries now and in the future. With 65-plus years of combined experience, we know how important it is to begin working on your case immediately. We are here to help and to answer your questions.
Who Is Liable For Damages After A Truck Accident?
Liability in truck accident cases can lie with individual drivers or the companies that own the vehicles. In some cases, there is more than one liable party. You can rely on us to sort through these issues and mount an aggressive legal strategy for maximizing your compensation for medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, pain and suffering, lost earnings, property damage, and other damages.
Time Is Ticking Away (And So Is Your Ability To File A Claim)
In an ideal world, everyone would care more about helping those they injure than protecting themselves from liability. Unfortunately, this is not the world we live in. Some drivers, trucking companies and insurance carriers intentionally destroy or lose evidence, take evasive measures or do other things that can harm your case, including:
- Deleting black box information
- Losing or modifying driver logbooks
- Removing cargo from overweight trucks
- Delaying sharing evidence until the time to file has passed
- Claiming the company won’t pay unless you give a recorded statement, even if you are still in the hospital
- Hiring private investigators to follow you, secretly videotape you or find evidence on your social media sites that they can use against you
Even when all parties act in good faith, evidence can still get lost or destroyed in personal injury cases. The simple fact that highways need to be cleared means that you cannot preserve the scene until the trial and crucial pieces of evidence can get lost when damaged vehicles are transported to alternative locations. Rain can even wash away evidence.
To learn more, we encourage you to visit our truck accident FAQ page.
We Are Ready To Fight For You
You should be focused on recovery, not stuck in a battle with the insurance company. Let us carry this burden for you at no initial cost to you. We offer free initial consultations and never charge attorneys fees unless we win your case.