The days following your truck accident may be filled with doctors’ appointments, missed time from work, and anxiety about the future. The last thing you should worry about is obtaining legal representation. That’s where Cordisco & Saile LLC comes in.
Our truck accident lawyers in Mercer County can pursue compensation for your pain and suffering, medical bills, lost income, and other related expenses. While you focus on your physical recovery, we’ll focus on your financial recovery.
How much does it cost to hire our firm?
Our team doesn’t require any upfront payments or out-of-pocket fees. We work on contingency. We don’t receive compensation for our help if you don’t receive compensation for your damages. If your case succeeds, a portion of your settlement pays for our help. If not, you don’t owe us anything.
You generally have two years to file your truck accident lawsuit
We’re able to resolve many of our truck accident cases through insurance negotiations. However, if this isn’t possible in your situation, you can file a lawsuit against the negligent party. You generally have two years from the date of your accident to file.
While some details may give you more or less time to act, for the most part, if you don’t act within this deadline, you lose your right to seek damages. Cordisco & Saile LLC can manage your case’s deadlines, as well as other relevant matters.
We help victims of truck accidents in Mercer County pursue justice
You can expect the following when you partner with our team:
We offer free case reviews
Before securing our help, you have the chance to meet with our staff and discuss your case. We can answer any questions that you may have.
We will investigate your truck accident
We will investigate your accident as quickly as we can. To prove some aspects of your collision, we may retrieve:
- Photographs of the accident scene
- Video evidence
- The police report
- Witness accounts
- Information from your healthcare provider
This information can answer certain questions about your case, including who is responsible.
We will identify the cause of your truck accident
The cause of your collision will determine who is liable for your losses. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) highlights several possible causes of truck accidents, including:
- Driver fatigue
- Dangerous road conditions
- Vehicular defects
- Reckless driving behaviors, such as speeding, tailgating, and failing to yield
- Driver impairment
When a driver’s behavior causes your collision, we can hold them financially accountable for your damages.
We can calculate the cost of your collision-related losses
We want to secure the compensation you deserve. To do this, however, we must know the value of your truck accident-related losses. This will aid us in settlement negotiations with the liable insurer.
We will negotiate a settlement
We will negotiate a settlement that reflects the value of your losses. We resolve many of our injury cases through this avenue. This process involves presenting evidence, documenting your losses, and reviewing the liable insurance policy.
What forms of compensation can you collect as a truck accident claimant?
Your truck accident may entitle you to compensation for:
Damage to your vehicle
Colliding with a truck can cause severe damage to your vehicle. This, in turn, can affect your ability to attend work, run errands, and care for your children. We can review the liable insurance policy, as well as your vehicle’s damage, to determine what you’re owed.
We can recover all medical expenses related to your accident. Your financial recovery may account for the ambulance ride, emergency treatment, surgery, hospitalization, x-rays, CT scans, medications, and follow-up medical care. You may also receive compensation for physical therapy.
Lost future earning power
Your accident-related injuries may permanently harm your ability to work. If so, we can use your employment records to assess the harm to your earning potential, both now and in the future.
Should you miss work, you may receive coverage for lost wages, employment opportunities, promotions, and retirement contributions.
Pain and suffering
Pain and suffering is a recoverable damage that accounts for the harm done to your physical and emotional state. We will calculate this expense based on various aspects of your case, including your expected recovery time and the cost of your necessary medical treatment.
Expenses if you lost a loved one
If you lost a loved one in a Mercer County truck accident, compensation may account for:
- Lost financial support
- Loss of consortium
- Your loved one’s funeral expenses
- Your loved one’s medical care costs
You may qualify for other losses not included here.
What you should do after your car accident in Mercer County
Following your collision, you may consider:
- Documenting your medical treatment: It is important to document all medical care that you receive. This allows your legal team to calculate the value of your necessary treatments.
- Following your doctor’s orders. Following through with your doctor’s treatment plan shows that you’re committed to your physical recovery. It also gives the insurance company less reason to devalue your claim.
- Hiring our firm. We can guide you through the aftermath of your truck accident. From dealing with insurance companies to arranging medical care, our team will manage every facet of your case.
Call Cordisco & Saile LLC today to start your free case review
A truck accident lawyer from Cordisco & Saile LLC will be your advocate and fight for the financial recovery you deserve. Truck accident cases tend to be more complicated than passenger vehicle accident cases, making it crucial to consider your legal options.
We are prepared to use our resources, years of experience, and commitment to resolve your case in Mercer County. Call Cordisco & Saile LLC today at (215) 642-2335 for a free consultation.