Putting Compensation In The Hands Of Truck Accident Victims
For more than 30 years, Mark A. Jackson, P.C. has represented people throughout North Alabama in personal injury claims resulting from commercial vehicle accidents, including collisions with 18-wheelers and tractor-trailers. He has significant experience advocating for clients involved in accidents with semi trucks. If the negligence or recklessness of a truck driver or trucking company caused your injury, you may be entitled to recover monetary compensation.
What Are The Most Common Truck Accident Injuries?
Crashes involving semi trucks often result in serious injuries and damage due to the trucks’ weight and size. Some of the most common injuries resulting from these accidents include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord damage
- Bone fractures
- Partial or total paralysis
- Road rash
Because of the severity of these injuries, the medical bills that result are often incredibly high. Victims often find themselves overwhelmed trying to pay their bills, keep up at work and take care of their families. In addition, recovering physically from such severe conditions can take years.
Why Hire An Attorney?
Trucking companies have very powerful insurers that do everything they can to avoid paying your claim. They may try to spin things to make it seem as if you have fault in the crash so they can offer you a much lower settlement than you deserve.
By hiring a lawyer who handles car and truck accidents, you have someone in your corner who understands the law, the claims process and how the other side thinks. Mr. Jackson has recovered more than $32 million in compensation for his clients, which shows how dedicated he is to maximizing your own compensation.
Don’t Wait To Get Help – Ask For A Free Consultation
Time is crucial in truck accident cases. The trucking company might try to clear evidence from the crash site or the body of the truck. Call Mr. Jackson’s Huntsville office at 256-929-6391 or send an email to request a free, no-risk initial consultation. He works on a contingency fee basis – you do not pay anything unless he recovers compensation for you.