What Makes A Truck Accident Case Different?

Trucking accident cases are typically far more complicated than passenger vehicle accidents. In addition to the size of trucks and other commercial vehicles, there may be state and federal laws involved. Your attorney needs experience with the added complexity of federal cases if you are to recover the compensation you and your family need.

At Mancini Law in Watertown, we have the knowledge and experience necessary to take on extremely complex truck accident cases. Our attorneys Nicholas Mancini, Beth Willard, and Andrew Sileo III have handled motor vehicle accident cases across Connecticut and are prepared to help you with yours. You can rely on our strength and compassion throughout the duration of your case. Speak with us today to learn more. Your consultation is free.

What Caused Your Accident?

Our attorneys have experience with all types of truck and commercial vehicle accidents, including those that involve:

  • Semis, 18-wheelers and tractor-trailers
  • Garbage trucks
  • Delivery trucks and vans
  • Drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Drivers without sufficient training
  • Drowsy driving
  • Reckless driving
  • Equipment failure
  • Unsafe vehicles
  • Wrongful death

It is possible that multiple issues caused your accident; you need a lawyer who is familiar with these complex cases and who can determine the specific causes of your accident.

Why You Need Sufficient Compensation

Many truck accidents result in catastrophic injuries such as amputations, burns, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken or crushed bones, and internal organ damage. People who suffer these types of injuries need financial compensation for their medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering.

You must also recover damages that will compensate you for your related losses in the future. For example, if you cannot return to work after an injury, you will need compensation for the money you would have earned in the future if you had not been injured.

Our Watertown Attorneys Know How To Secure Compensation For You

While most cases are negotiated out of court, your attorneys must always be ready to go to trial if that is the best option. We have the trial skill and experience to take a case to trial when the other side will not negotiate fairly. In either setting, we are relentless about recovering the compensation you deserve.

We offer a free consultation, so please call 860-325-7347 or contact us online today. If you cannot travel to our office, we can meet you where it is convenient for you. Se habla español.