At Bergener Mirejovsky, we have had great success in fighting for truck accident victims and their families, even in low-speed collisions. These cases often involve commercial insurance policies. Because these policies are much bigger than those held by individuals, the insurance adjusters who protect them are highly trained in tactics that take advantage of injured victims without legal representation.
You do not have to do this alone. The best way to receive fair compensation after being involved in an accident with a semi-truck or big rig is to retain the services of a licensed, experienced, qualified lawyer.
Our attorneys and staff are unwavering in our commitment to excellence, and handle all our legal disputes carefully. We utilize the services of engineers and accident reconstructionists, road surveyors, safety specialists, mechanics, and medical experts in order to build your case to perfection. In addition, we are well versed in the specific rules and regulations that extend to truck drivers and truck maintenance.
There are so many difficult questions that need to be answered to determine the causes and effects of a truck accident. Insurance companies know that it’s almost impossible to undertake this task alone. Attempting to manage your legal issues by yourself can make you very vulnerable.
Insurance adjusters may try and take advantage of you to avoid paying out the proper sum of damages. As unfair as it may appear, there are clever defenses they can use to mitigate the harm you have suffered. Alongside these defenses, they will deprive you of the money you are entitled to obtain. We can stop this from happening.
“Going to this attorney, was the best decision I’ve ever made. I was in great hands, and I didn’t have to endure any extra stress trying to deal with the insurance carrier along with my medical issues.”
– Lisa Marie S. Yelp 5 Stars
Our firm doesn’t want money unless we get you money. We work on a contingency fee so that we can assist our clients regardless of their financial situations or economic status. If we don’t recover for you, you don’t owe us a dime.
While regulations state that a big-rig operator can only “drive” for 10 hours per day, this limit doesn’t include loading and unloading cargo. It’s common for these truck drivers to become fatigued and inattentive.
Big-Rig, 18-wheeler, and semi-truck accidents can be catastrophic, and sadly, it’s common to see individuals and families suffer serious and traumatic injuries because of them.
At Bergener Mirejovsky, we want you to know that things will get better, and we can support you by advocating on your behalf. Let us come to the aid of you and your family.
We offer free consultations, and are happy to speak to you even if you’re not sure if you have a case.
Call us today at 1-800-881-2021.
Our skilled legal team can help you determine if you have a claim and advise you on how to proceed.