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FAQs

Why do I need a personal injury attorney?

A personal injury attorney pursues compensation for accident victims and represents them in their cases. Personal injury claims can become difficult to navigate without representation, especially when you are in pain and need medical attention.

While we pursue compensation for our clients, we also make sure they receive the care they need to recover from their truck accident while their case is pending. Our attorneys have years of experience handling these claims and getting results.

How much does it cost to hire a personal injury attorney?

Our clients do not pay any fees up front. We only apply a percentage fee when a settlement amount is reached or money is awarded to you. If you do not get a settlement or award, you do not pay a fee.

How long will it take to resolve my case?

Every case has its own obstacles and challenges. Cases can take anywhere from months to years to resolve. While we’re working on your case, we will make sure you receive the treatment you need to recover and keep life moving forward.

How long do I have to contact a personal injury lawyer?

In Dallas, Fort Worth, Atlanta, and Chicago, the personal injury statute of limitations allows two years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit against the other party. However, the sooner you seek legal representation, the stronger the case you’ll likely have.

Do personal injury attorneys help with property damage?

In some cases, yes! If the damage occurred because of a truck accident, an attorney will likely be able to help recoup property losses.

At 1-800-TruckWreck, we do everything we can to assist our clients who’ve been injured and lost property as the result of an accident.