Truck Accidents-Commercial Vehicles in Las Vegas
The accidents arising from trucks and passenger vehicles collisions are often devastating. Although no monetary compensation can make up for the pain and horrors of being in such an accident, it can insure that your bills are taken care of and you can be as comfortable as possible during your recovery.
Determining Fault in a Truck Accident Case
Just like regular drivers have their own restrictions and driving responsibilities, so do commercial truck drivers and their employers. A truck driver may be responsible for an accident if they were under the influence while driving, disobeying safety regulations, or being negligent.
Even where no wrongdoing can be determined on the driver’s end, it’s still possible that the trucking company might be responsible for the accident. An accident in which a driver was assigned more hours than allowed, given dangerous cargo, or given an unmaintained vehicle will likely result in the company being liable.
Do I have a Case?
You don’t have to be sure if you have a case or not before giving us a call at (702) 322-2277. We provide all truck accident victims in Las Vegas and its surrounding areas with a free consultation. This no-obligation evaluation gives us the chance as a law firm to determine if we can accept your case or not, as well as the opportunity for you to have your questions answered by an experienced lawyer.
Our evaluation will also include our honest recommendation going forward with your case, and whether our legal counsel would be of benefit. Depending on your circumstances, we can also workout payment options with you to insure that you get the legal coverage you need right away.
At Muslusky Law we have over fifty years of combined legal experience, which will insure that you get the right representation in court and justice you deserve. Don’t put of your defense because you’re hesitant about the ligation process or are unable to do so. If you cannot begin the ligation process, have a family member or friend contact us to advocate your case.
As with any crime or legal matter, truck accidents have their own statute of limitations. It is important to file a claim as soon as possible so that it doesn’t become too late.
What Expenses Does a Settlement Compensate For?
A settlement claim results in an entitlement verdict which may cover your past and future medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and property damage. Furthermore, a settlement can also compensate for mental anguish, future wage capacity reduction, and other factors.
Our Settlement Claim Approach
At Muslusky Law we use state of the art technology to reconstruct accidents as well as preserve, scour, document, and present all of the evidence which will build your case. We collect as much evidence of accidents as possible because it increases the success rate of determining who is at fault for the accident. Truck and passenger vehicle collisions may be caused by the truck driver, company, tire or brake manufacturer, or a range of other factors. Having all of this evidence ready insures that it can be utilized when the time comes in court.
Our firm’s team also stays up to date with unique and recent truck laws which can make the difference between a winning case and a losing one. What sets us apart at Muslusky Law is our eye for details, and the ability to notice patterns that other examiners might set aside.
If you or a loved one was injured through the result of a truck accident, then get in touch with us at (702) 322-2277. We can help you past this difficult ordeal by making sure your current income and medical needs are met, and then by insuring you’re compensated for your damages.