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Garden Grove Truck Accident Attorney

Semi-trucks and large commercial vehicles are the most massive and dangerous vehicles that travel on California roads. Large truck accidents often result in severe and devastating injuries and damages. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a truck accident, you may have a personal injury claim against the responsible, or liable, parties.

The lawyers at ALL Trial Lawyers, provide free consultations and case evaluations. We know that recovering after a truck accident can be a challenging process, and we can help. Liability is often a complex issue in truck accident cases, and our attorneys know how to investigate and reconstruct these accidents to determine all potentially liable parties. Contact our Garden Grove truck accident attorneys to schedule a free case consultation.

  • Our attorneys have more than two decades of experience handling truck accident claims. We have a reputation for standing up to powerful defendants and their insurance companies and legal teams.
  • We know that nothing can help you recover from a truck accident more than securing maximum compensation for your losses. Financial recovery will help you move forward after an accident and alleviate the stress of significant medical bills, lost income, and other accident-related damages that you have sustained.
  • We begin preparing every case for trial from the minute our legal representation begins. Our lawyers help many of our clients successfully settle their injury claims, but we do not hesitate to go to trial when it is most beneficial for our clients.

Truck Accident Investigation

Legal representation in a commercial truck accident case is different than representing claimants in regular automobile accidents. Trucking companies and truck drivers are held to high standards, and they are required to comply with state and federal regulations. It is important to thoroughly investigate these accidents to discover any past or ongoing regulation violations.

A truck accident investigation requires securing important evidence and information from commercial trucks, such as black box and satellite tracking information. Only attorneys with truck accident and evidence recovery experience should be entrusted to handle your claim. This information is never freely handed over to injured claimants by the defense, and your attorney must be able to obtain this evidence before it is lost or destroyed.

Demonstrating regulation violations can be a critical element in your claim. Evidence of noncompliance can be used to prove liability by showing that the defendant’s negligence or recklessness caused your accident. For example, proof that the driver violated hours of service regulations can show that the driver caused the accident due to being overworked and fatigued.

Truck Accident Compensation

In addition to past and ongoing medical expenses and lost wages, you may also be entitled to compensation for future medical bills and loss of earning capacity if your injuries will continue to impact you in the future. Compensation for other losses may include pain and suffering, loss of consortium, disability, disfigurement, and any other accident-related damages that you have sustained.

Contact Our Garden Grove Truck Accident Lawyers

The attorneys at ALL Trial Lawyers, know that you may have more questions than answers after a truck accident, and we can be there to discuss your case and answer those questions. Contact our office to schedule your free consultation with a truck accident attorney. We will go over the merits of your case and potential recovery options.

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