When a truck accident leaves you or a loved one seriously injured there’s so much to do and so little time to consider it all. In Virginia, the statute of limitations allows for only 2 years after your accident during which you can file a personal injury claim. 

While this may seem like a long time, if you’re in the hospital, undergoing treatment, and trying to put your life in order, you’re most likely not going to focus on filing your personal injury claim immediately.

What You Need to File a Personal Injury Claim for a Truck Accident

Front Royal highways are some of the busiest transit roads in Northern Virginia. Even the most cautious of drivers can become involved in a truck accident if the truck driver, their employer, or a third party is negligent. Negligence can come in many forms such as distracted driving, disregard for safety regulations, and manufacturer defects – all of which can form the basis of your injury claim.

Once you have determined that another’s negligence caused the truck accident in which you or a loved one were seriously injured it’s time that you speak with a team of Virginia injury lawyers. 

You will be filing the claim with your insurance company, and even though they’re technically on your side, they also have their best interests in mind. It’s rare for a company to offer a full, fair settlement for your damages without you having to fight for it, and a lawyer can help you with this battle.

After speaking with your lawyer you’ll begin the process of gathering the evidence for your injury claim. A truck accident can cause injuries that may require long-term treatment and care, permanent disability and could result in changes to your ability to work. You will need to determine the value of your current damages, estimate future losses, and provide evidence to support all of this.

Virginia Injury Lawyers Will Help You File Your Injury Claim

Before you file your claim you need to determine if you want or even need legal representation. Cases of truck accidents that only cause minor injury can typically be settled on your own, but when you begin factoring in:  

  • long-term treatments;
  • permanent disability;
  • pain and suffering; and
  • lost wages, things can get very complex. 

While there’s always the option of filing your injury claim on your own with your insurance company, chances are you’re going to need some help, especially with a truck accident. In Front Royal there are plenty of Virginia injury lawyers willing to take your case – but not all lawyers will have the experience and determination necessary to seek out a full, fair settlement for your damages.

Contact a Lawyer after a Truck Accident near Front Royal

If you are the victim of someone else’s negligence or carelessness, whether in a truck accident or some other type of accident, you have certain rights guaranteed by law. The Virginia injury lawyers at Dulaney, Lauer & Thomas are available to help those who have been involved in a Northern Virginia truck accident near Front Royal. Call 1-540-636-7100 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.

Andrew Thomas
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Civil litigation attorney in Virginia and is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.

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