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Learn More About Truck Accidents And Your Options

You never expected that you would be in a serious crash involving a semi truck, yet here you are. Your world is completely different, from physical therapy appointments to communications with your insurance company. At Ladendorf Law, in Indianapolis, we understand what you are going through because we have helped countless other people with the same issues.

Without a doubt, you probably have numerous questions about the legal process after a truck accident. Here, we have answered some of these questions for you. We hope that this does a small part in helping you cope with your drastically different life circumstances.

How is fault proven in a trucking accident?

Determining liability, or fault, in a truck accident is very complex. There are often issues of third-party liability or the liability of a party other than you and the truck driver. It takes lawyers who have handled many trucking accident cases and know how to carefully investigate the scene and determine the at-fault party.

As a truck accident victim, what compensation may I be eligible to receive?

Because 18-wheelers and other commercial vehicles are so large, the destruction to other motorists can prove severe. Some common damages include:

  • Present and future medical expenses
  • Loss of income
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional trauma
  • Auto repairs
  • Therapy costs

In a free consultation, you can ask our attorneys how much your case may be worth.

Why should I work with an attorney?

Trucking companies act quickly to cover their backs by hiring powerful lawyers, crime scene investigators and expert witnesses. You need to level the playing field by hiring legal counsel. A lawyer can ensure that you receive full and just compensation for your damages.

I lost a family member in a truck accident. What are my options?

You may have grounds for a wrongful death accident claim. This is when the deceased person’s personal representative files a lawsuit against the negligent party or parties. This can help you hold the perpetrator accountable for their actions and cover funeral costs and other damages.

Ask More Questions – Contact Our Team Today

We know that these answers are probably a drop in the bucket when it comes to your questions. When you contact us to schedule a free consultation, we can provide knowledgeable and detailed responses in person. Contact our office today to set up an appointment. Call 317-842-5800 or send us an email.