North & South Carolina Truck Accident Lawyers
We Take Your Concerns to Heart
A truck accident has the potential to cause catastrophic injuries, and these are most often experienced by occupants of other vehicles, not truck drivers. If you or someone you love was injured in an accident with a large commercial truck, Crumley Roberts is here to help. Our attorneys and support staff take your concerns to heart as we seek justice on your behalf.
Trucking companies and their drivers have an obligation to act with reasonable care when it comes to vehicle maintenance, loading, and safe driving practices. They must comply with federal trucking regulations regarding driving shifts and mandatory breaks for the safety of everyone on America’s roadways. When they act negligently or violate regulations, accidents can occur. They can be held liable for these accidents by those who are injured.
At Crumley Roberts, we handle truck accident claims for clients across North Carolina and South Carolina. In our experience as personal injury attorneys, we have seen just how traumatic truck accidents can be. Our goal is to provide the support and legal counsel you need to recover maximum compensation.
Truck Accident Insurance Claim Help
Dealing with a trucking company’s insurance company can be difficult, considering the vast resources they seem to have at their disposal to defend against injury lawsuits. When you come to our firm, we will handle the logistics for you – all you have to do is focus on getting better. In truck accident cases, we may be able to pursue financial compensation for:
- Medical expenses, including travel to and from medical appointments
- Ongoing medical treatment, assistive devices, or in-home care
- Lost earnings, including bonuses and benefits
- Loss of future earnings
- Emotional trauma, including pain, suffering, and loss of enjoyment of life
- Damage to your vehicle and personal property
Rebuilding your life is possible after a truck accident, and the attorneys and support staff at Crumley Roberts want to help you with this.
Please call our offices at (866) 691-0607 to learn more about your rights and how we can help.