Bucks County Trucking Accident Attorneys
Choosing a Bucks County trucking accident attorney like Paul Weber ensures that your case is being handled by an attorney experienced in handling trucking accidents. This means—
- You can expect personal attention from an attorney with decades of experience helping injury victims.
- Your trucking accident lawyer in Bucks County understands the unique aspects of litigating in truck accidents, such as the laws uniquely governing commercial motor vehicle operators, the science of truck accident re-creation, the special operational challenges of trucks that may have a causal effect, and the engineering forensics knowledge to analyze truck accident evidence and determine cause and fault.
- Your attorney is one with a multi-state breadth of experience in injury law, having represented clients in the courts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia.
- Your trucking accident attorney’s extensive regional experience means that he knows the courts and judges likely handling your case. This knowledge allows him to strategically adjust his case approach based on what has worked best in the past with specific judges.
- Your chosen trucking accident law firm’s team of lawyers has a proven record of outstanding settlements and awards for people injured and killed in Pennsylvania big rig accidents.
Trucking accident settlement in Bucks County
The injuries suffered from truck accidents are often severe, leaving victims—the ones that are able to live through the ordeal—with a lifetime of pain, suffering, and loss. These life-altering Bucks County trucking accident injuries include—
But this is just the foundation of calculating a Bucks County trucking accident settlement or lawsuit. Other factors a court considers when assigning a dollar amount to a judgment against a negligent trucker include—
- Property loss
- Lost earnings from the accident
- Any permanent loss of livelihood
- Mental suffering
- Loss of companionship (such as when a brain injury permanently damages a wife’s relationship with her husband)
A court may also assign punitive damages against the trucking company if there was reckless wanton conduct and the courts believe that a heavy fine may deter the company from continuing its negligent course of action.
What to do when involved in a trucking accident
If you are an injury victim as a result of a truck accident, contact or call 888-894-1699 for the Bucks County trucking accident lawyers at the law offices of Paul R. Weber. Our team works closely together to get you everything you deserve. Every lawyer, paralegal, investigator, secretary, and firm administrator will show you respect, answer your questions, and focus on your trucking accident lawsuit concerns.