Before making statements or signing settlement agreements with insurance company representatives, auto occupants and their families should seek legal advice
Even the Odds with a Louisiana Truck Accident Lawyer
You against the trucking industry is not a fair contest
When an 18-wheeler collides with a car, occupants of the passenger vehicle likely experience catastrophic or even fatal consequences. In addition to the extensive nature of injuries suffered in commercial truck crashes, the families of the injured are often forced to deal with the complex and discouraging process to get full compensation from responsible insurance companies.
If you are involved in an accident with a commercial truck, several state and federal agencies might be involved. The trucking company’s investigator may arrive on the scene before the ambulance and tow trucks are gone. With seemingly unlimited resources at the trucking company’s disposal, you can be at a severe disadvantage when it comes to negotiating a settlement. Again, it’s not a fair fight.
Discuss Your Louisiana Truck Accident with a Lawyer First
Before making statements or signing settlement agreements with insurance company representatives, auto occupants and their families should seek legal advice. The Louisiana truck accident lawyers of McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton have extensive experience in truck accident claims.
You deserve a chance to receive full compensation for your losses. We’re ready to give you that opportunity. Our team includes accident reconstruction specialists who will find the exact cause of your crash and back up their opinions in court. We give you the aggressive representation you need to turn the odds back in your favor.
Investigating 18-Wheeler and Other Commercial Truck Accidents
Because our lawyers have years of experience helping drivers recover their rightful compensation, we see patterns in truck accidents in southern Louisiana. Some problem spots on I-10 and I-12 include the Mississippi River Bridge, the Atchafalaya Basin and Whiskey Bay bridges between Baton Rouge and Lafayette and Lake Pontchartrain Causeway connecting New Orleans and the North Shore.
A number of factors might be involved in determining the cause of a truck accident. Working with an accident reconstruction specialist, our truck accident lawyers will determine the cause of your wreck:
- Was the driver of the 18-wheeler drunk, sleep-deprived or speeding?
- Was the accident in part caused by a hazardous roadway?
- Did a dump truck back out of a construction site?
- Was the garbage truck not equipped with proper mirrors
- Was the crash caused by defective equipment?
If you would like to speak with an experienced Louisiana truck accident lawyer about your wreck with an 18-wheeler, contact McGlynn, Glisson & Mouton today.