Pursuing Just Compensation After A Commercial Vehicle Accident
Even in a down economy, commercial vehicles are a common sight on streets and highways in West Texas and Southern New Mexico. But what happens when — almost literally — you get run over by the wheels of commerce?
If you’ve been injured by a commercial vehicle such as a bus, cab or rental car, it makes sense to talk with an experienced El Paso commercial vehicle attorney about your legal options for obtaining the compensation you need.
At the Lovett Law Firm, we have a proven track record of getting results for clients who have been injured by the negligence of others in a truck accident or other commercial vehicle accident. Contact us today to speak with attorney Rob Lovett in a free initial consultation. We have offices in El Paso and Las Cruces.
Making A Claim After You Are Injured By A Commercial Vehicle
Our law firm handles a full range of commercial vehicle accidents, including those involving:
We are familiar with the specific insurance matters and other issues that can arise in these cases. For example, if a vehicle was owned by one person and driven by another, such as a bus accident, there may be more than one insurance policy in play, because independent owner-operators of commercial vehicles usually have their own insurance. We begin our investigation by obtaining the police report, sorting out the potential multiple defendants, and identifying whom to hold accountable.
Making Sure To Seek Full Compensation For Each Injured Client
Insurance companies will typically want you to sign a release, giving up your rights in exchange for a quick and easy settlement. We urge you not to do this, because that check from the insurance company is often not enough to cover all of your injuries.
Talk with experienced personal injury lawyer Rob Lovett instead. Our firm can help you pursue the full and fair compensation you need to move forward with your life. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.
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