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San Diego Truck Accident FAQ

Being hurt in a San Diego truck crash is a traumatic experience, and it might seem like too much effort to try to file a claim. You’ve been seriously injured and you should be focused on recovering, but there’s no reason you can’t get help with your claim.

To discuss your case with a lawyer at our office, call us at any time. We’ve included a few frequently asked questions below so you have a better understanding about what you should ask us regarding your case.

How is a commercial trucking crash investigated?

Your lawyer will examine all available evidence, such as witness statements, accident scene photos, video evidence, and more. Your lawyer will compile the evidence that proves fault and gather medical evidence that shows the extent of your injuries. Your attorney will then put together your case to win you compensation.

Which types of damages can I receive a settlement for?

You can be compensated for both your financial and non-financial losses when you win your San Diego 18-wheeler truck wreck case. Your financial losses are things such as medical bills, lost income, and the cost of physical therapy. Non-financial damages pertain to the intangible ways in which this accident has affected you, such as mental trauma.

Should I talk to the trucker’s insurance company if they call me?

You might want your lawyer to speak to the trucker’s insurance company. Insurers often attempt to lower your claim’s value by getting you to inadvertently admit to some fault.

What if I was somewhat to blame for the accident that hurt me?

Because of California’s comparative fault laws, even if you were somewhat responsible for your accident, you can still go after another party for damages. As long as you weren’t the one who was mostly to blame.

Will it be necessary to go to court to receive compensation?

Not usually. In most cases, your attorney will be able to successfully negotiate fair compensation for your accident damages from the involved insurance company. If that insurer refuses to pay you fairly, that’s when it might be necessary to take your case to the courtroom.

Reach Out to a San Diego Truck Crash Attorney

To claim your free case evaluation, reach out to your San Diego semi-truck wreck lawyer at The Kindley Firm, APC. You can utilize the consultation form on this page or dial us directly at 619-550-1313.

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