As lawyers who have handled numerous truck accident cases throughout Pennsylvania, we know all too well how these accidents are often severe and result in serious injuries or even death for all of those involved.
Therefore, we’d like to stress how important it is for you to act quickly if you or a loved one has been involved in any type of truck accident.
Why should you seek legal guidance immediately after a truck accident?
In most cases, not long after the driver is involved in the accident, the trucking company will be notified and send their team out to assess the scene, speak with witnesses, gather evidence, etc. Additionally, if the trucking company believes they may be at fault, they will take whatever actions they need to control the situation and protect their interests.
Don’t Wait – Call Us Now to Discuss Your Case
At Fellerman & Ciarimboli, we’re familiar with the strategy and tactics used by trucking companies, and encourage you to reach out to us for a free consultation—no matter how minor or major the truck accident. Upon our review of the accident facts and if you engage our firm, we will get to work immediately and gather as much information as possible to prove that either the driver caused the accident, and/or if was caused by a mechanical problem.
Ultimately, if you or a loved one were recently involved in a truck accident and suffered injuries or a fatality occurred, speaking with a lawyer at our firm is key to seeking justice and recovering all the compensation you’re entitled to. In fact, if you speak with a truck accident lawyer at our office in Philadelphia, Wilkes-Barre, or Dunmore, PA, he or she will be able to provide you with all the most relevant information regarding your state’s laws so that you recover compensation for any injuries or loss as soon as possible.
To learn more about what you should after you or a loved one have been involved in a truck accident, or to schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers, please give us a call at call 888-570-HURT, or fill out a contact form.