If you’ve been injured in a truck accident in Colorado, you likely have questions about your rights and legal options.
Common Questions About Truck Accident Lawsuits
Here are some of the most common questions we get about truck accident lawsuits in Colorado:
Truck Accident Lawsuits
Every truck accident is unique, so it’s hard to predict what any particular case is “worth” without a thorough investigation. Some of the factors that affect the value of a truck accident case include the extent of your injuries, the … Continue reading
A lawyer isn’t required to file an insurance claim or lawsuit after a truck accident, but choosing to work with one is a smart idea. Your attorney can gather evidence to support your claim, document your injuries, negotiate with the … Continue reading
Trucks are much bigger and heavier than standard cars, which means they strike with more force. This often leads to greater injuries in the event of a collision. According to the IIHS fatality facts report, trucks are 30 times heavier than … Continue reading
Most truck accident lawyers, including Sean Olson at the Olson Law Firm, LLC, work on a contingency fee basis. This means that the attorney covers upfront costs and receives only a portion of the compensation they help you get. That … Continue reading
Your attorney might use police accident reports, accounts from the drivers involved in the crash, eyewitness statements, testimony from expert witnesses, medical records, and photos from the crash scene to establish legal responsibility or fault for the crash.
Either or both, depending on what the evidence shows. Truck drivers can be held liable if they acted negligently by, for example, driving while distracted. On the other hand, trucking companies must ensure their employees are adequately trained and drive … Continue reading
Truck accident lawsuits are marathons, not sprints. Most truck accident cases take at least months to resolve. It takes time to gather evidence and medical records to build a strong case for compensation. If settlement negotiations drag on or the … Continue reading
If the truck driver is found to be at fault for the crash, you could recover compensation from the liability insurance on the truck. Additional commercial liability insurance held by the trucking company could also come into play. Commercial trucks … Continue reading
The amount you can receive in a truck accident settlement depends on the circumstances of your crash and injuries. You could receive compensation for: Lost wages and your reduced ability to work because of your injuries Medical bills and the … Continue reading
Get Help from an Experienced Truck Accident Lawyer
Sean Olson and his team at the Olson Law Firm want to help you seek fair compensation for your truck crash injuries. Get a free initial consultation with our firm by calling our offices in Denver or Cheyenne, speaking with our live chat service, or visiting our contact page.