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Legal challenges may arise after truck accident in North Carolina

On Behalf of | Jan 12, 2016 | Truck Accidents |

Motor vehicle accidents that result in injury are not uncommon on North Carolina highways. When an incident involves a truck accident, a surviving victim may be met with certain legal challenges in the aftermath of the collision. It is, therefore, typically advisable to seek legal intervention as soon as one is able after an accident injury has occurred.

When a commercial vehicle is involved in a collision with another motorist, the company owner will usually send insurance agents and investigators to the site. At Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry, P.A., we are prepared to act as advocates for those on the other side of the situation. If you have been injured in a truck accident, we can launch an investigation on your behalf in order to protect your interests and help you seek compensation for damages in court.

Impact in a crash with a massive tractor trailer or other commercial vehicle often leads to catastrophic injuries due to the weight and force involved in a collision. Many victims suffer permanent neck, back and brain injuries in such incidents. Lives can be completely and forever changed in an instant, with accidents not only causing physical disability to a victim, but often resulting in financial devastation due to an accumulation of medical bills, loss of wages and other losses sustained in the aftermath of a crash.

By contacting Hayes, Wiliams, Turner & Daughtry, P.A., you can request a free consultation to discuss your legal issues. Our commitment to you includes our readiness to aggressively litigate your claim to help you obtain the maximum amount of recovery available for your losses. After surviving a North Carolina truck accident, you are entitled to seek accountability against those deemed responsible for your suffering. Our legal team can guide you through that process and act on your behalf in court, thus allowing you to focus more of your time on recovery.


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