A Nebraska Semi-Truck Accident Attorney Can Help Your Case
An accident with a semi-truck is a devastating event for all those involved. No matter if you are an everyday motorist or the driver of a 18-wheeler, being injured in a semi-truck accident could leave you with months or possibly years of physical therapy and a mountain of medical bills. It’s common to feel as if you have few options to help restore your life to what it was before you were injured.
Not to worry. You do not have to go through the recovery process alone. The attorneys with The Advocates know best how to build you strongest truck accident claim possible. We are ready to help you make a full recovery from the injuries and losses you have suffered. Don’t wait to contact our office today for answers to your legal questions.
Simply fill out our case evaluation form, chat with a live attorney, or call 402-275-6980 today. An attorney is ready to help you win maximum compensation for truck injury claim. You deserve an Advocate!
What Can The Advocates Do for My Semi-Truck Accident Case?
When you hire a semi-truck accident lawyer with The Advocates, you won't have to pay any upfront consultation fees or hidden costs. Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means we don't get paid unless you do. If we are unable to win your case, then you won't owe us a dime in attorney fees. This is The Advocates' promise to you. Below are a few ways your Advocate attorney can help you:
- The Advocates will fight for the best possible settlement
- We offer 24/7 communication with our clients
- Our attorneys provide free legal consultations!
- The Advocates will put your needs and those of your family first!
"Hiring The Advocates was the best move I could have made after my accident. They were very professional and made me feel confident my case would go smoothly. They really put me at ease. I would recommend them to anyone!" - Robert S.
Why You Need a Nebraska Semi-truck Lawyer
Hiring a skilled and experienced attorney is essential to winning maximum compensation after your car accident. Trying to settle your injury claim on your own, without the help of a legal expert, merely allows the insurance companies to take advantage of you during a time of need. Nobody wants to pay for an accident caused by another person.
Indeed, multiple studies have shown the value of hiring an experienced attorney to represent your injury claim. An attorney can increase the value of your settlement by up to 5X over what you’d be offered when trying to settle on your own. Don’t let the insurance companies pay you less than your accident claim is worth! Hire The Advocates and make them pay what you are rightfully owed according to Nebraska law. You deserve an Advocate!
The Advocates Semi-truck Accident Claim Process
Step 1: Investigate the Accident
The first steps The Advocates will take is to investigate your accident. Our attorneys do this by requesting a police report about your accident, examining any videos or photographs of the crash scene, and by contacting any relevant witnesses to the accident. Once we have firmly established liability, we will begin the hard work of building your injury claim.
Step 2: Build Your Claim
Building your car accident injury claim is one of the most time-consuming steps in the entire process. Our staff must wait until you have finished treatment for your injuries before we can compile a comprehensive medical record of the injuries you have suffered from your accident. During that time, our team will assist you in delaying medical bills and preparing a plan to secure appropriate compensation for your injuries.
Step 3: Negotiate a Settlement
Once you are finished treating your injuries and your medical records have been gathered, your attorney will send out a demand package to the at-fault party’s insurance. Afterwards, negotiations with the insurance company will begin. If we are unable to negotiate a fair offer, then you will have the option to file a lawsuit.
Step 4: Litigate If Necessary
Time wise, litigation is the longest step in the claim process, possibly extending the life of your claim one or, even, two years. If you do decide to file a lawsuit, be prepared to potentially appear before a judge and jury.