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Truck Accident

Despite what you may have heard or read, all motor vehicle accidents are not treated equally by the law. A truck accident is defined as vehicle crashes involving 18-wheelers, tractor trailers, semi-trucks and other commercial motor vehicles that cause personal injury and/or property damage.

It was reported by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, “accidents that involved large commercial trucks accounted for 287,000 property damage claims, 77,000 injuries and 4,321 deaths over the course of a single year.” Comparably, medium to large trucks are responsible for a very small segment of the accidents that take place on highways; but their large size causes more serious damage and the accidents are more likely to be catastrophic. Motor vehicles that collide with large trucks see much more damage to their vehicle. Another big difference is in terms of settlements after an accident. The amount of effort and costs associated with investigating and pursuing the remedies in a trucking accident are more complex and more expensive.

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If you have been injured due to a negligent act of another person, you can file a personal injury claim to recover compensation for any medical expenses, lost wages, plus pain and suffering. In California you have two years to file a personal injury lawsuit in the state of California. The two years begins on the day that you sustained the injuries. So act quickly, don’t wait!

Two years to file applies to almost every type of personal injury case from: including product liability cases, car accidents, slip and falls, truck accidents and dog bites. If you are injured and do not know it, most courts will usually allow you to file a personal injury lawsuit within two years from the date that you first discovered your injury. Plus, the court requires proof in the form of medical records that clearly shows why you did not discover the injury right after the accident. Without proof, it is possible you will not be permitted to move ahead with your lawsuit.

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Have you been in a car accident?  Do you have to deal with an insurance company? Here are 4 benefits you will receive and gain by working with a personal liability attorney after your accident-

  1. More Compensation

According to various studies, personal injury victims that allow an attorney to handle the negotiations with the insurance company tend to receive more compensation, than if they were handling it themselves. One study found that plaintiffs working with an attorney were able to recover 3.5 times more in compensation.

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If you are a car accident victim in California, you are legally entitled to compensation for your injuries. To obtain compensation, you must file a personal injury claim against the at-fault driver. But don’t wait forever. The length of time victims have to take is called a statute of limitations, and it varies from state-to-state. So, if you are in California and have an accident, here’s what you need to know-

Statute of Limitations- Car Accident Cases involving Injuries

If a negligent driver injures you, you can recover compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and pain and suffering. The statute of limitations for filing a personal injury lawsuit is two years from the date of the car accident. But don’t wait too long… 2 years may seem like a long time… but it comes quicker than you think.

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