If you or someone you love was injured in a truck accident, our Polk County truck accident lawyer will work with you to recover damages for your injuries and related expenses. We can also help if someone you love was fatally injured. Our team of professionals will do their best to negotiate a settlement that covers your medical bills, pain and suffering, and more.
To prove your right to compensation and its value, we collect evidence, organize it, and present it to the at-fault party’s insurance company. We will identify the at-fault party which might be the truck driver, his employer, or the manufacturer of the truck or its components. Our Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC team handles your case for you so you can focus on your recovery.
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Damages You May Be Able Recover After a Truck Accident
After a collision with a large truck, you may be able to recover the costs of expenses paid out of your pocket and expenses that cause a tangible financial loss. These are called economic damages and are typically provable with receipts, bills, and estimates. You might be eligible to recover the following economic damages:
- Past and future medical bills
- Past and future lost wages
- Loss of future earning capacity
- Vehicle damage or total loss
- Diminished vehicle value
You may also be eligible to recover non-economic damages. These are intangible damages that are more difficult to quantify. Their value is typically assessed based on the severity of your injuries. These non-economic damages include:
- Physical disability and disfigurement
- Physical pain and suffering
- Mental and emotional anguish
- Diminished quality of life
Our truck accident attorney will create a comprehensive list of your damages and assign them an individual and collective value. We use this number as the basis of settlement negotiations and fight hard to recover a favorable settlement.
Do Not Let North Carolina’s Statute of Limitations Expire
The time you have to file your Polk County truck accident is determined by North Carolina’s filing deadline and by the outcome of the accident. If you or someone you love was hurt in the collision, you generally have three years to file a personal injury lawsuit, according to G.S. § 1-52.
If a family member was killed, you generally have two years to file your wrongful death lawsuit, according to G.S. § 1-53. If you fail to comply with either statute of limitations, you risk:
- Being unable to file your lawsuit at all
- Having your lawsuit summarily dismissed
- Losing the ability to compel the at-fault party to compensate you
Getting our team involved in your pursuit of compensation sooner rather than later means we can ensure your lawsuit is filed on time. It also means we can conduct a thorough investigation, uncover supportive evidence, and locate accident witnesses.
For a legal consultation with a truck accident lawyer serving Polk County, call 828.286.3866
Let Our Team Handle the Settlement Negotiation Process
Settling your Polk County truck accident case can be a long process. We know how frustrating the waiting period can be, so our truck accident lawyer works hard on your behalf to ensure your case moves as seamlessly as possible. We will:
- Avoid a speedy but flawed settlement
- Assess the value of your case
- Weigh each offer you receive
- Advise you on each offer’s feasibility
At Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, we do more than negotiate for you. We also handle all communication including your demand letter. You can leave the entire settlement negotiation process to us. We will not accept a settlement without your approval and will not accept a fee until we win a settlement or verdict for you.
Recommendations From Previous Clients
Client recommendations can help you decide where to turn after an accident. Our previous clients say:
- Tammy Cotton: Hannah Davies and Mark Morris worked very hard to take us through the process and ultimate settlement. We could never thank them for all their…hard work.
- Joann Torres: Ms. Valentine handled our matter in a professional and expeditious manner. I was very pleased with her knowledge…and her attention to detail.
Our team of attorneys is committed to providing the customer service experience you deserve from us.
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We Collect Evidence That Proves Your Right To Recover Damages
The evidence we collect for you tells the story of your accident. Our goal is to make sure it identifies the at-fault party and proves their financial liability. The evidence file we build for you will contain:
- Your truck accident report
- Medical records
- Accident scene photos
- Witness statements
Our team does the legwork of requesting and obtaining evidence including notes and observations from the investigating officers.
We Collect Evidence That Proves the Value of Your Damages
In addition to evidence that proves your right to compensation, we collect a second category of evidence that proves the value of your recoverable damages. This part of your case file will include:
- Current and future medical bills
- Salary history records
- Written prognosis
- Medication list
- Rehab and therapy records
We also obtain photos of your injuries including police-generated, smartphone, and surveillance photos and videos. If your income comes from more than one source, we obtain tax records and other financial data that lets us ensure all lost wages and income are recovered.
Get Immediate Help at No Cost to You
If you or someone you love was injured, or if a loved one was fatally injured, in a truck accident in Polk County our law firm can help you recover damages. Our truck wreck lawyer will prepare your case and deal with the at-fault party’s insurance company.
Find out how hard we negotiate for the settlement you deserve by contacting one of our Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC team members today.
Call or text 828.286.3866 or complete a Case Evaluation form