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Commercial Vehicle Accident Injury Claims

Commercial Vehicle Accident Injury ClaimsThe following article will cover:

  • Filing a claim and statute of limitations for a trucking accident personal injury in North Carolina.
  • Information needed to start a trucking accident case.
  • Types of compensatory damages available for severe trucking accident injuries in North Carolina.

I Suffered Serious Injuries After Being Hit By A Commercial Vehicle In North Carolina. Who Do I File A Claim Against?

Commercial vehicles, like private passenger vehicles, are required to have insurance coverage. The process for filing a claim is similar to that for private passenger vehicles. However, some commercial vehicles are self-insured, meaning they do not have a standard insurance company representing them. In such cases, it is in your best interest to consult an attorney to ensure the claim is filed properly.

What Is The Statute Of Limitations In Filing A Trucking Accident Personal Injury Claim In North Carolina?

In North Carolina, the typical statute of limitations for a trucking accident personal injury claim is three years from the date of the crash. There may be some modifications to this time limit based on specific factors, but generally, you have three years to file a lawsuit or reach a settlement.

When Someone Has Been Injured In A Trucking Accident And They Come To You With Their Case, What Information Do You Need To Get Started?

When you come to our office with a trucking accident case, it is helpful to provide:

  • Information about the other party involved in the crash
  • A crash report or information exchange slip (if available)
  • Details about any medical providers you have visited

This information is crucial for us to move forward with your case.

What Damages Might I Be Able To Recover From My Severe Trucking Accident Injuries?

In North Carolina, if you are injured in a trucking accident, you may claim compensatory damages for:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering

In extreme circumstances, such as when the other party is driving while impaired or charged with careless and reckless driving, you may also be entitled to punitive damages in addition to compensatory damages.

For more information on Commercial Vehicle Accident Injury Claims, a free initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (336) 999-0944 today.

Rodney Caudill, Esq.

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