Large truck and tractor-trailer accidents account for some of the worst and most fatal automobile collisions in Washington. Whether it’s a delivery vehicle or a massive 18-wheeler, a crash with a commercial truck can be devastating. Accidents with large trucks are more likely to cause severe damages and getting paid for your injuries is not always straightforward. Both state and federal laws could be involved.
Insurers for trucking companies consistently undervalue claims, even for victims who have been seriously injured or killed. If you or a member of your family has sustained injuries from a truck accident in Washington State that was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation.
At Church Rietzke Johnson PLLC, one of our experienced truck accident attorneys can take your call today, evaluate your case, and advise you on the best course to take to recover the cost of your injuries.
You may be owed for all your medical expenses, missed work, and pain and suffering. Call Church Rietzke Johnson PLLC law offices at (360) 867-9233 to get your free consultation.
Truck accident injury claims are time-consuming and require specific knowledge of the law. Personal Injury and Insurance Law is complex, and it is important to understand your legal rights and the real value of your case so you can be paid for your medical bills, missed work, and pain and suffering.
Insurance adjusters and insurance companies are not good sources for explaining your rights, their responsibilities to you, or the value of your claim. Insurance companies use efficient professionals trained to minimize what they have to pay to injured people.
An experienced attorney will fight for you and be your loyal advocate. We will seek the compensation you deserve. During the process, we will compile evidence for your case, manage calls from insurance companies and assist you with getting your medical bills paid.
Contact us now for your free consultation.
We are here to help you get the compensation you deserve after an injury and look forward to answering any questions you have about your case.