Need an Injury Lawyer for Your Connecticut Commercial Vehicle Accident?
Every state in the U.S. operates some type of business, which is great for the economy of the state as a whole. All across Connecticut, we see a variety of businesses opening their doors every year with a smile on their faces. With the emergence of new businesses comes the likelihood that these businesses will employ drivers to haul products from place to place in commercial vehicles. It is not so difficult to determine which vehicles belong to business entities, as you typically see the business’ name printed on the vehicle in some way. Sometimes this is not the case. Either way, we can help when you have been injured in a Connecticut commercial vehicle accident and need our assistance to get to the bottom of your case.
With commercial vehicles come many responsibilities. For instance, those who own these special types of vehicles know that there are many laws that dictate what type of insurance must be utilized with these vehicles. There are also many laws that dictate how commercial vehicles can operate on our roads. What types of vehicles are commercial vehicles on the most common level? Commonly, you will see companies use passenger vans and cars, box and flatbed trucks, delivery vans, ice cream trucks, tow trucks, and many more. There could be many entities involved in your accident case and many unique requirements, which is why you should never move forward with a personal injury case without the help of an experienced attorney.
You’ve Been Injured in a Commercial Vehicle Accident
You need our help because you have sustained serious accidents as a result of a collision by a commercial vehicle, and you know that the other party is liable for your injuries. You don’t want to delay another day. Time is running out from the moment that you discover your injuries or should have reasonably known that you were suffering injuries due to your accident. You want to meet the statute of limitations as well as earn every right to recovery in one of these difficult cases, which is why you need our assistance. The medical bills are piling up right in front of your eyes and you are also balancing physical and emotional worry on top of that. What can you do?
You want to gather as much evidence as possible in your accident to retain your rights and work toward the compensation you deserve. Not only should you speak to the police who arrived at the scene of your accident so that you can start building a case, but you should also speak to any witnesses who may have watched the accident occur as well as take plenty of photographs of the accident scene and the injuries you sustained. One of the most important types of evidence, when you hope to recover, is through medical bills. By showing that you received medical attention, you are only helping your case.
How to Hold a Party Liable
Many people believe that, just because a driver hit you, the driver is the only party that you will be able to name in your lawsuit. This is not entirely true, as a manufacturer could be held liable if a defective part on the vehicle caused your accident, or a company when they have not properly trained their employee to drive a commercial vehicle on the roadways. As you can see, your case is unlimited when it comes to naming parties. Perhaps another motorist caused a commercial vehicle driver to drive over into your lane. With so many endless possibilities, you want to speak to us as soon as possible. Get started today and work toward the compensation you deserve in your time of need.