Frisco Truck Accidents Lawyers

Experienced Frisco Truck Accidents Attorneys Ready to Serve You

A truck driving on a prone to accident area in Frisco.

Texas drivers clocked 288,277 billion miles in 2021, resulting in 1887 crashes on Frisco roadways alone. Of these, 61 resulted in either severe injuries or fatalities.

Crashes involving trucks are especially terrifying and are more likely to result in serious injury because of the sheer size and weight of trucks.

In fact, in 2019, 5,237 large trucks and buses were involved in fatal crashes across the U.S.

Truck accidents that result in debilitating injury or death are often costly and life-changing, leaving many truck accident victims with insurmountable damage and debt. But truck accident victims can pursue compensation.

If you were injured in a Frisco truck accident, you might have a claim against the driver, their employer, or the truck’s manufacturer.

If you are wondering how to pay for your truck accident damages, the Hartley Law Firm can help. At the Hartley Law Firm, our Frisco truck accident attorneys specialize in all trucking accidents, from privately-owned 18-wheeler accidents to company-owned semi-truck accidents.

Whatever type of truck accident you’ve been in, our Frisco truck accident lawyers will fight tooth and nail to get you every penny of compensation to which you’re entitled.

Reasons to Hire Hartley Law Firm After Your Frisco Truck Accident

A truck accident can give rise to several types of claims, all of which require different approaches.

Liability claims against the driver and their employer can include personal injury protection (PIP) claims through your insurance policy and medical payments (Med-Pay) claims through either your or the other party’s policy.

Prevailing on liability claims against a manufacturer or other parties may require litigation.

No matter how you proceed, there are four critical reasons to hire an experienced truck crash lawyer after a truck accident.

An Attorney Will Help Establish Fault

Under Texas law, whether you can collect compensation after a truck accident depends on your percentage of fault. Texas is a comparative negligence state.

Applying a comparative negligence model means that you can collect damages even if you are partially at fault for your truck accident. However, if you are more than 50% to blame, Texas bars you from collecting anything.  

Proving fault after a truck accident isn’t always easy. It requires evidence and can be challenging to establish. For this reason, you’ll want an experienced attorney who can show that the other party is more at fault for the accident than you.

In other words, the greater the fault assigned to the other party, the greater your compensation. A personal injury lawyer will fight to see that the at-fault party who caused your injuries carries their fair share of the financial responsibility. 

A Frisco Truck Accidents Lawyer Will Help Establish Liability

Depending on the accident, numerous parties can be liable for the crash. Generally, determining the parties responsible for a collision depends on specific factors.

If the accident resulted from distracted driving, the driver and possibly their employer might be liable. But if the crash resulted from equipment failure, the truck’s manufacturer, owner, maintenance company, or the person who inspected the truck might be responsible.

Since establishing liability often depends on the type of crash and its reason, it’s essential to retain an experienced truck crash lawyer.

A skilled lawyer will review all the facts and evidence surrounding your crash and help you identify the party or parties responsible.

An Attorney Will Negotiate with the Truck Driver’s Employer and Insurance Company

Negotiating with a truck driver’s insurance or employer isn’t advisable without consulting a lawyer. Insurance and trucking companies will take advantage of your inexperience and often offer you less than your claim is worth.

They might even outright deny your claim or argue that you are more than 50% at fault.

For these reasons, negotiating without legal representation sets you up for failure. Conversely, having an experienced legal team on your side sets you up for success.

An experienced legal team will protect your rights, establish fault and liability, and fight tirelessly for the compensation you deserve, ensuring a more favorable outcome.

A Frisco Truck Accidents Attorney Will Help You Build a Strong Case

When you retain the Hartley Law Firm, our Frisco truck accident lawyers will thoroughly investigate your case.

Investigating includes conducting a detailed independent inquiry where our lawyers gather documents, order records, and visit the accident scene. Sometimes, we hire medical experts or accident reconstructionists to testify for you.

All of these actions help to build the strongest possible case in your favor, making it more likely you’ll collect a just compensation amount.

Contact the Experienced Frisco and Little Elm Truck Accidents Lawyer at Hartley Law Firm Today

Our experienced, compassionate Frisco and Little Elm truck accidents attorneys at Hartley Law Firm will fight tirelessly for every dollar you deserve.

We understand the intricacies of truck accident cases and will approach every stage of your claim with the fierce advocacy we’re known for.

Our experienced legal team also handles clients with other types of injury cases, including:

If you suffered injuries in a truck accident, you can rely on us to be there for you through every step of your case. Call us today for a free consultation.

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