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A truck accident can result in serious injuries. The most glaring difference between semi-truck accidents and other accidents is the size of the vehicle involved. Trucks present unique dangers for those sharing the highways with them and are required to carry commercial insurance policies. In theory this should mean there is more money available for your recovery. In practice, it means these commercial policies are guarded by skilled insurance adjusters whose job is to pay you as little as possible.

The insurance company has the responsibility to compensate your losses. Sam & Ash can hold them to that. We offer free case evaluations, so call us any time at 1 (800) 304-2000. We want to make this difficult time as easy as possible for you.

"It's critical to reach out to a good lawyer after a truck accident. With large commercial insurance policies, the adjuster wants to pay out as little as possible. Let us do the fighting so you can focus on your recovery."

Sam MirejovskyPartner

You deserve a lawyer who makes the personal injury process easier. Let us handle everything with the insurance company so that you can focus on your recovery.

Truck Accident insurance claims are more difficult than a regular automotive collision claim because of the larger insurance policies and multiple insurers involved. Truckers carry commercial policies that are larger than most individual auto policies. Many are insured for millions of dollars. Your claim may also be with the truck driver and the trucking company that owns the tractor trailer and employs the truck driver. Additional insurers may be responsible for cargo and maintenance. Because there are several possible at-fault parties, each insurer will likely dispute its level of liability.


What sources of compensation are available in truck accidents?

Multiple policies insure different parts of a commercial truck. These parts may be owned by separate parties who may attempt to pass fault for the accident on to each other. The right personal injury lawyer will pursue compensation from all available sources that could be responsible for compensating your losses.

If the truck driver fell asleep and caused the accident, can I pursue a claim against their employer?

You often can. In many cases an employer pays for the negligence of its employee so long as the employee is working in the course and scope of employment. The employer may also have been careless by failing to properly hire, train, and supervise the employee who caused the accident.

With large trucking commercial policies involved, more money is at stake for the insurance companies because of the greater policy limits. These policies are protected by skilled adjusters who will fight even harder to undermine your case and pay you less than you deserve.

This makes it all the more important to hire the right truck accident lawyer after an accident. Sam & Ash have an experienced truck accident team. Our attorneys have the reputation needed to get the justice you deserve. Call for a free case consultation at 1 (800) 304-2000.

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