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Trucking Accident FAQs

If you or a loved one has been injured in a trucking accident, you will have many questions. Read our "Frequently Asked Questions about Truck Accidents" for information on what you should do to protect yourself. More ›

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Is a trucker or a trucking company responsible for my injuries?

Posted In Truck Accidents

A truck accident can be a truly harrowing experience that can leave victims seriously injured and unsure of their legal rights. Considering that most passenger vehicles weigh around 4,000 lbs., while big-rig vehicles can weigh in at 80,000 lbs. or more, it's easy to understand why so many of these accidents have such a serious and negative impact on the lives of those involved. More ›

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What to Do After Being Injured in a Work Vehicle

Have you been injured in a work vehicle? What rights do you have as an injured employee, and what compensation are you entitled to? The boundaries between work and personal life are becoming increasingly blurrier, so it's essential to understand the rights you have if you're injured in a work car accident. 

In this guide, we'll discuss what to do if you're injured in a work vehicle, how to determine who is responsible and what the difference is between workers' comp and a personal injury lawsuit. More ›

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Photos to Take After an Accident

If you are in a car accident, you may want to gather evidence to support a personal injury claim or lawsuit. Photos can be one of the best ways to document the scene of an accident, providing you with solid visual proof of what happened during and afterward. But what photos should you take to document the accident? What visual evidence should you gather to best support your case? More ›

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Are truck accident cases the same as car accident cases?

Posted In Truck Accidents

No. Though there are some similarities between car and truck crashes, when it comes to personal injury litigation, these two types of cases and how they're handled—are often worlds apart. Some of the most significant ways that truck accident cases differ from car crash cases include:

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