Have You Been In A Truck Wreck?
Collisions with commercial vehicles often cause extensive damage and, too often, catastrophic injuries. The size and weight of these vehicles make other drivers vulnerable to extensive injury when involved in a collision. At Northstate Auto Law, we’re known as North Wilkesboro’s go-to car wreck lawyers for a reason – we’ve got the experience and knowledge to represent you in your fight for full and just compensation. You deserve to be paid for your injuries and we can help.
With decades of experience fighting the insurance companies and attorneys that represent commercial trucking fleets, we’ve helped victims avoid the pitfalls of dealing with these companies. If you’ve been involved in a wreck with a commercial truck or transportation vehicle such as public buses, it is imperative that you call us immediately. Our team of legal experts will handle all the aspects of your case with honesty, hard work and determination, getting you the compensation you legally deserve.
Our base rate is 25% percent fee rate, rather than the typical 33 percent, we are North Carolina’s fair and reliable auto law firm.
What Are The Common Causes Of Commercial Vehicle Accidents Across North Carolina?
The most common cause of commercial vehicle accidents across North Carolina is that the truck is simply unable to stop and rear-ends a passenger vehicle. The second most common cause would be that a truck pulls out in front of the path of an uncommon passenger vehicle.
What Are The Types Of Serious Injuries Caused By Trucking Accidents?
Due to the large size of trucks, injuries resulting from a trucking accident can often be catastrophic. These injuries could include…
- Broken bones,
- Severe soft tissue injuries,
- Spinal injuries, and
- Head trauma.
The injuries are often catastrophic because you have a 3,000-pound vehicle coming into contact with a 30,000-pound vehicle, often at a high rate of speed.
Who Is Potentially Liable For My Serious Injuries In North Carolina Trucking Accident Cases?
When it comes to trucking accident cases, there are two potential liable parties:
- The driver, and
- The trucking company.
The liability will be determined by who the actual owner of the vehicle is. If there are any types of violations of federal or state safety protocols, that can bring the trucking company into a different world of liability, as well.
What Damages Might I Be Able To Recover For My Severe Injuries After A Truck Accident In North Carolina?
In all personal injury cases, you have the right to make a claim for…
- Medical bills,
- Lost wages, and
- Pain and suffering.
With trucking accidents, you may also be able to receive punitive damages if the actions of the trucking company amount to gross negligence.
What Makes Your Firm The Go-To Truck Accident Law Firm In North Carolina?
Our firm is the go-to truck accident law firm in North Carolina because we concentrate all of our expertise on handling car and truck crashes. We have a good basis of knowledge for how to handle those cases, in particular.
Before I became an attorney eight years ago, I worked as a claims adjustor or in insurance claims for approximately 20 years. Before that, I was a law enforcement officer where my duties included investigating these types of crashes.
I have a unique perspective of having been the insurance company or the police officer in these investigations. That perspective, along with my knowledge of the law, allows me to bring a wealth of knowledge to each and every case.
For more information on Trucking Accident Injury Claims In NC, an initial consultation is your next best step.