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Greenville, MS Truck Accident Lawyers

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If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, you need an experienced truck accident lawyer on your side. At Richard Schwartz & Associates, we have decades of experience fighting for the rights of Mississippi accident victims. We know what it takes to get you the compensation you deserve.

Pursuing Maximum Compensation for the Wrongfully Injured in Greenville, Mississippi

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a collision with a commercial truck, contact Richard Schwartz & Associates Injury Lawyers, P.A., to speak to a Greenville truck accident lawyer about your rights. You may be entitled to substantial compensation for your medical bills, rehabilitation costs, lost income, property damage, and pain and suffering. Backed by decades of experience, our truck accident lawyers fight for accident victims in Greenville and throughout the state of Mississippi.

Leading Causes of Truck Accidents in Mississippi

The majority of truck accidents result from human error, meaning that they could have been prevented if the proper care had been taken to ensure everyone’s safety. Some of the most common causes of truck accidents include:

  • Driver Error – Speeding, tailgating, running red lights or stop signs, and distracted driving are all examples of driver error that can lead to a truck accident.
  • Mechanical Failure – Truck brakes, tires, and other equipment can fail, leading to accidents.
  • Vehicle Overloading – When a truck is overloaded, it can be more difficult to stop and may be more prone to rolling over.
  • Poor Road Conditions – Icy roads, potholes, and other hazardous road conditions can lead to a truck accident.

Other causes of trucking accidents can include negligent hiring, drunk driving, and substance abuse. The cause of large truck crashes can also depend on what type of truck is involved. For instance, tractor-trailers may pose more of a hazard in dangerous weather, while commercial trucks may be more prone to driver error.

Although most truck drivers are highly qualified and responsible, the sad truth is that some put profits before people and compromise the safety of everyone around them. Our attorneys believe that these people should not escape being held liable for their negligence, so we work hard to ensure that our clients receive full and fair compensation as quickly as possible.

Common Injuries in a Trucking Accident

When a truck collides with a car, the results can be catastrophic. Injuries will most likely be severe, whether it’s a head-on collision or being pushed off the road by large trucks. Some of the most common injuries suffered in trucking accidents include:

  • Head and Neck Injuries – These can range from mild concussions to severe skull fractures and spinal cord injuries.
  • Chest and Abdominal Injuries – Broken ribs, punctured lungs, and lacerated organs are just some of the injuries that can occur in a truck accident.
  • Spinal Cord Injuries – Damage to the spinal cord can lead to permanent paralysis.
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) – These injuries can cause a wide range of long-term problems, from mild cognitive impairment to coma or death.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, it is important to seek medical attention right away. Even if you do not feel any pain, you may have suffered serious injuries that require treatment. The sooner you get help, the better your chances of making a full recovery.

Wrongful Death in a Trucking Accident

When a loved one is killed in a truck accident, the pain and suffering can be unbearable. However, if you believe that someone else’s negligence was responsible for your loved one’s death, you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible parties, such as the trucking company or truck driver. A wrongful death lawsuit can provide much-needed financial relief for medical bills, funeral expenses, loss of income, and pain and suffering.

Types of Compensation for Commercial Truck Accidents

Every case is unique, so it is important to speak with an experienced truck accident lawyer to determine what you may be entitled to. Some of the types of compensation that may be available in a truck accident case include:

  • Medical bills
  • Rehabilitation costs
  • Lost income
  • Property damage
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Funeral costs

Your compensations could cover the current and future costs for medical bills, rehabilitation, and lost wages. The truck accident lawyers at our firm have over 40 years of experience fighting for the rights of accident victims in Greenville, MS. We know what it takes to get the best results for our clients, and we are ready to fight for you. Contact us today for a FREE consultation.

We’re Committed to the Pursuit of Justice

When you retain a Greenville, Mississippi truck accident attorney at Richard Schwartz & Associates, we will begin by launching a thorough investigation of your accident to determine the cause of the collision, who is liable, and how much you are owed for your losses. When it comes time to choose a lawyer to represent you in your truck accident case, it is important to choose someone with the experience and resources necessary to get the best results. We leave no stone unturned seeking maximum compensation for the injured, and are backed by a history of sizeable verdicts and settlements.

We operate on a contingency basis, which means you don’t pay us until we help you reach a fair settlement. So whether you’re up against an independent contractor, trucking company, or insurance company, we are dedicated to your individual case.

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Common Car Accident Questions

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

In most instances, you have three years to resolve the claim or file a lawsuit to protect the statute for injuries after a car accident in Mississippi. However, there are some exceptions where you only have one (1) year to resolve your claim or file suit, so you need to contact an experienced personal injury law firm to help you as soon as possible. The clock starts ticking on the date the accident occurs.

Don’t wait to get started on your case; you will lose your right to recover compensation once the statute of limitations runs out. Your case will most likely be dismissed if you attempt to bring a lawsuit against a liable party after the statutory deadline.

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