Commercial Vehicle Accident Claims in Virginia

Commercial Vehicle Accident Claims in Virginia

Commercial Vehicle Accident Claims in VirginiaIf you have been involved in a collision with a semi-truck, the medical bills you incur could very well be substantial. The experienced personal injury attorneys at The Strong Law Firm are here to help you obtain the rightful compensation you deserve. If you have any questions about commercial vehicle accident claims in Virginia, please contact our office to schedule a free consultation.

Commercial Vehicle Accident Claims in Virginia | Statute of Limitations

In Virginia, the time in which you must file a lawsuit to preserve your claim for a commercial trucking accident is two years. As a result, people often come out of the woodwork and try to get an attorney very late in the game when they know that two-year deadline is approaching. In my estimation, that’s often a very dangerous tactic to wait that long to see an attorney for your commercial trucking accident in Virginia.

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Commercial Vehicle Accident Claims in Virginia | Case Value

It’s certainly true in Virginia that, like every other state subject to the Interstate Commerce Commission insurance rules, insurance limits are far higher for commercial trucks than most other vehicles. That does not mean automatically that the value of the case is immediately higher. Instead, we have to look at what the injuries where. Oftentimes, in Virginia commercial truck accident cases, the injuries are far more severe because the truck is so much heavier and has much more force in a collision that can cause injuries far more severe than an ordinary car collision. You have to wait for all of the injuries to be resolved and diagnosed before you can arrive at a fair value for that type of case.

Commercial Vehicle Accident Claims in Virginia | Collecting Evidence

So much about your case depends on a careful evaluation of the scene of the crash and preserving the evidence of what happened and the physical evidence at the crash site immediately after the crash. Oftentimes, tire marks evaporate from weather conditions changing on the road or simply the traffic volume on a highway. There can be devastating consequences to the merits of your case by not retaining an attorney early on. By all means, if you have the ability to do so, retain a lawyer immediately after your Virginia commercial trucking accident case.

If you have any questions about commercial vehicle accident claims in Virginia, please call our Virginia truck accident lawyers today to schedule a free consultation.

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