From Monday to Friday, people all around Kaplan are driving to and from work– on rural streets or highways. During these peak times, traffic is heavier, tensions are higher, and accidents are more prone to happen.
It’s also when passenger vehicles are forced to share the road with heavy freight and commercial vehicles of 10,000-lbs or more. The vast majority of fatal and non-fatal accidents, between 84-88 percent, involving large commercial trucks, occur during these times.
There are many types of injuries from minor cuts or whiplash to brain damage, loss of limb or life, and paralysis. While more severe injuries and increased medical costs are significant factors in terms of the amount of potential compensation, everyone is entitled to pursue justice.
A seasoned Kaplan truck accident attorney at Bart Bernard Injury Lawyers is standing by, ready to fight for you. From navigating insurance claims to gathering evidence from the scene of the accident– you don’t have to do it alone.
If you or a loved has suffered as a result of a commercial vehicle accident in Kaplan, you are entitled to recover damages that could include, but is not limited to:
Let our compassionate team of Kaplan personal injury lawyers help you. Typically, large vehicles and semi-trucks carry a hefty insurance policy upwards of $750,000, but big insurance companies back those policies, and they don’t want to settle, no matter how much pain or suffering you have experienced.
Not only that, but they are looking for evidence to prove that liability lies outside of the driver or trucking company. Often, they’ll arrive at the site of the crash that same day to collect evidence and begin to construct a case.
Determining liability in cases like these is complex. The source of an accident can be from many causes, and could include any of the following:
You need our experts to uncover the truth. We’re prepared to dig deep and help build the best case possible for your family, so you can get the maximum potential compensation you deserve.
We’ve helped hundreds of families, and we’re ready to help the residents of Kaplan fight for justice. Until we’re successful, whether in an out-of-court settlement or by trial, you don’t owe us a dime.
Anyone seeking to recover damages and compensation from a trucking accident must file a claim within one year of the accident, according to Louisiana’s statute of limitations. Filing beyond that one-year window means that you forfeit the right to any amount of restitution.
Get started today, and let a Kaplan truck accident lawyer begin work on your claim, so you can focus on rebuilding your life. Hit hard with Bart Bernard™