Have you been hurt in a trucking & tractor trailer accident?
Trucking and tractor trailer accidents generally cause serious injuries or death, and the process of receiving compensation is often different from a standard car accident. Commercial trucks follow different codes and regulations than your average driver, and the amount of insurance covering a truck is typically much larger.
What evidence could be important to my claim?
Anything that you can record might be useful during the course of your claim, but especially be on the look out for:
- Damage to the vehicles
- Driving and maintenance logs
- Inspection reports
- Employee records
- Substance abuse test results
When should you call an attorney?
Right away. It can be difficult to prove fault after a trucking accident, so it’s important to speak with an attorney at the outset of the accident to preserve the evidence of negligence and establish the damages caused by the truck or tractor trailer.
How can Williams & Williams help?
Insurance companies will always try to minimize what they have to pay to protect their financial bottom lines. That’s why you need aggressive representation to ensure you’re paid everything you’re owed.
Our skilled trial lawyers will listen, learn the details of your accident and how it’s affected you, and build a persuasive case on your behalf to help bolster your claim.
Since 1936, we’ve recovered millions in damages for clients in Orangeburg County and across South Carolina. We will relentlessly advocate for your full and fair compensation.
What will it cost for Williams & Williams to handle my case?
We operate on a contingency fee, which means we don’t charge anything unless you recover damages.
Call or schedule a free consultation today.
Contact a lawyer at Williams & Williams Attorneys at Law in Orangeburg, South Carolina by calling (803) 534-5218 to schedule a free consultation. Your consultation will always be handled by one of our experienced attorneys.