What Evidence Will I Need To Prevail On My Truck Accident Claim?
Accidents involving large trucks are notoriously complex. Injuries are often catastrophic, in many cases requiring a lifetime of medical care and treatment. Many times, the resulting injuries may be too much to overcome, resulting in death, leaving grieving family members to consider pursuing a wrongful death claim on behalf of a loved one. Developing a complete picture of one’s losses and how to recover full and fair compensation for those damages can be exceedingly difficult. Matters become further complicated when multiple parties may share in the liability for the accident, including the truck driver, the driver’s employer and others.
With so many moving parts and so much at stake, gathering the proper evidence is crucial to building a strong personal injury case that is designed to help you recover the compensation you deserve. Fortunately, the attorneys at Young Ricchiuti Caldwell & Heller, LLC, bring more than 200 years of combined legal experience to personal injury matters. We know how to uncover and recover the evidence you need to demand accountability from negligent actors.
Establishing What Went Wrong
All truck accident cases are different, and the evidence necessary to help prove your claim may differ depending on the situation. Our lawyers have the skill and knowledge to pursue all relevant evidence needed to help strengthen your case, including:
- Accident photos
- The vehicles themselves
- Medical documentation
- The truck driver’s logbooks (including duplicate sets)
- GPS records
- Maintenance records
If necessary, we will work with accident reconstructionists and other experts to help paint a clear picture of what happened. Together, we can send a message that negligent actions will not be tolerated in Pennsylvania while helping you pursue the full and fair compensation you need to help you move forward with your life.
Contact Us To Find Out How We Can Help You
If you or a loved one has been seriously hurt in a truck accident, we can help explore your legal options. For a free, no-obligation case review, call our office in Philadelphia at 267-838-9653 or contact us online.