Truck Accident Lawyers In North Carolina

One of our recent truck accident cases provides a telling example of how insurance companies view the victims. In this case, the truck driver fell asleep and ran into the back of our client's car, seriously injuring him and killing a family member who was a passenger. The trucking company's insurance adjustor arrived to the scene soon after the accident and, upon learning there was a fatality, uttered an expletive, went to his car and started making phone calls.

Fatalities/Catastrophic Injuries · 18-Wheeler/Tractor-Trailer/Semi

The insurance industry plays a vicious game, and the goal of this game in any serious accident case to minimize or eliminate what they pay out. At the Knox Law Center, our duty as lawyers is to protect your rights. With offices in Charlotte and Denver, we represent truck accident victims in North Carolina.

We provide a free initial consultation to discuss your truck accident case. Under our contingency fee arrangement, we will not charge you unless you recover.

Protecting Your Rights And Interests

Trucking companies train their drivers in the use of what they call an "accident reconstruction kit." Following a truck accident, the driver is instructed to deny fault and protect the company. Insurance company investigators are called immediately and often arrive while the injured are being transported to emergency rooms.

As soon as you retain our law firm to represent you, our lawyers will interview witnesses and preserve evidence such as the truck's black box, driver logbooks, drug testing records and information about the driver's background.

North Carolina is a contributory negligence state, which means that if the truck driver's insurance company can prove that you were partially at fault for the accident, you will not be able to recover any compensation for your damages. For this reason, you should never say anything to the trucking company's insurance company until you have first spoken with an attorney.

Free Attorney Consultation

If you have been injured in an accident involving a heavy truck, also known as semi, tractor-trailer or 18-wheeler, please call 704-315-2363 or 866-704-9059 (Toll free), or fill out our simple contact form on this Web site. Our lawyers serve clients throughout North Carolina.

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