Dealing With A Truck Accident Requires Knowledgeable Legal Counsel
In a collision, passenger vehicles cannot withstand the size, weight and speed of semis and 18-wheelers. Because of this weight disparity, truck accident victims often suffer catastrophic injuries such as amputations, spinal cord injuries, burns and traumatic brain injuries. In the most severe accidents, the injuries are often fatal.
If you or a loved one has been in an accident involving a semi or other commercial truck, your losses may be overwhelming. Recovering from a catastrophic injury or the loss of a loved one is a difficult process. An experienced, compassionate lawyer can help by obtaining the medical care and compensation you need.
At Houston & Alexander, PLLC, we are advocates for truck accident victims and their families. We have successfully represented accident victims in Tennessee and Georgia. Founding attorney Johnny Houston has considerable personal injury litigation experience. He leads our team as we pursue full and fair compensation for clients.
We will listen to your concerns, paying particular attention to your medical and financial losses and how the accident affected your life. We will then develop a comprehensive strategy designed to help you recover compensation for medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and additional losses.
Our Detailed Approach To Truck Accident Cases
Our firm undertakes a comprehensive effort designed to obtain maximum compensation. You can rely on our legal knowledge and track record of successful outcomes in truck accident cases.
Often using a professional accident reconstruction specialist, we will determine what caused the accident. Additionally, we build strong truck accident cases by reviewing driver logs, vehicle records and the truck’s black box data recorder.
We will also work with your doctor or other medical specialists as needed to determine the medical care and rehabilitation therapy you will need to recover to the fullest extent possible. We will consult with life care planners and economists to help us accurately value your past, current and future losses from the accident.