When you are driving around Mesa, you are likely to pass a few big rigs on the road. Unfortunately, the time may come when one of those big rigs loses control and crashes into your vehicle. Since a large truck can weigh much more than a passenger vehicle, you are likely to suffer serious or even life-threatening injuries. Since many large trucks have been shown to be defective prior to getting on the road or have drivers who may be intoxicated or fall asleep at the wheel, it is vital you hire a personal injury lawyer immediately after your accident to help you get maximum compensation for your injuries.
A Wave of Medical Bills
Just like a tidal wave, medical bills will begin flooding your mailbox after a big rig accident. Since these bills can total hundreds of thousands of dollars in some cases, you may be facing financial ruin. To keep this from occurring, hire an experienced attorney who can pressure a trucking company’s insurer to reach a timely out-of-court settlement that will give you the money needed to pay your medical expenses.
No More Paychecks
Since you suffered broken bones and other injuries in your crash, going to work is out of the question. As a result, you suddenly have no paychecks coming into your household on a regular basis, putting you and your family in financial peril. By immediately hiring a personal injury attorney who knows how to win big rig accident cases, you can gain much-needed compensation for both your current and future lost income.
Getting Through the Day
By suffering serious injuries, you are now struggling just to get through each day while enduring pain and suffering 24/7. Since the accident that changed your life and that of your family was likely caused by the negligence of a driver and trucking company, let your attorney work to secure substantial compensation for your pain and suffering.
Since big rig accident cases are usually won by uncovering the slightest of details, schedule a consultation today with an experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorney at Tobler Law.