The time after a wreck with an 18-wheeler or commercial vehicle is important for your case
There are several steps that must be taken when a collision involves an 18-wheeler or other commercial vehicle. You must seek treatment for your injuries as soon as possible. Then, retain our firm to represent you. We will work fast to preserve the evidence we will need to pursue your case while you are getting necessary medical treatment.
There can be several different defendants and insurance companies involved. Let us help investigate your case so you can focus on healing, and we can focus on dealing with the trucking companies, insurance companies, health providers, and subrogation companies.
Simply put – Let us handle the paperwork while you heal.
Don't get taken advantage of by trucking and insurance companies
Our attorneys understand trucking companies and their insurance companies. We understand what companies are required to do before and during a driver and their truck is on the road, and the technology involved in these cases. Even negligent trucking companies and their covered drivers who cause preventable crashes will usually deny responsibility, even in the most clear-cut cases. With our years of experience and successful cases, we deeply understand the intricacies of 18-wheeler and commercial claims.
We want to help, and we're passionate about our way of helping
We work on a contingency fee basis which means it costs you nothing to hire us. If we are not successful in recovering money for you, you owe us nothing. We strive to resolve your case with a fair settlement without any litigation. But, if the case requires, we are comfortable and experienced going to trial in Mississippi and Louisiana.
What's my case worth?
Each and every case is unique. The amount that can be obtained to settle a case or obtain a verdict varies greatly because of things like:
- Who's at fault (Liability)
- The other driver's insurance coverage
- Your insurance coverage
- The amount of the defendant's assets which may be available if they are not properly insured;
- Subrogation (benefits that must be paid back) which may be owed to your health insurance carrier;
- The severity of injury;
- Past/future wage loss;
- Permanent or partial disability;
- Any disfigurement;
- Pain and suffering;
- Duration of your injuries and treatment