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If you or a loved one suffered injuries and damages in a truck or car wreck, you may be entitled to compensation. The owner and operator of a motor vehicle may be held liable for injuries and damages they cause. Whether by simple negligence of failing to pay attention, distracted driving, failure to control speed, failure to timely brake, or because of gross negligence’s reckless disregard for the health and safety of others, those who causes collisions must be held accountable.
When the vehicle that caused the wreck is a large truck, the injuries and damages can be much more severe. Most wrecks involving big trucks are caused by truck driver fatigue, inattentive and distracted driving, failure to control speed and timely and appropriately apply brakes and reckless driving.
Damages can be sought from the owner and operator of the truck or vehicle for lost wages, lost earning capacity, actual out of pocket losses, pain and suffering in the present and future, mental anguish in the present and future, and payment of past and future medical bills.
Our representation of those who sustain a truck or car wreck related personal injury is on a “contingency fee” basis, meaning that the lawyers getting paid their attorney’s fees and being reimbursed for their expense in the case is “contingent” upon the lawyers making a recovery in your case. If the lawyers do not make a recovery in your case, you owe neither attorney’s fees or reimbursement of their expenses. Contact Heard Merman Law Firm today for a free evaluation of your case.
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