Starr Austen & Miller’s attorneys are here to help you and your loved ones, if you’ve been involved in a car accident, and injured by a semi or large truck.
In many cases, truck accidents result in catastrophic injury or death, seriously damaging affected families emotionally and financially. The financial and emotional issues are compounded if the injury results in permanent disabilities.
Following truck accidents, families often face some very real questions: How do we meet our basic needs? How do we pay for our medical bills? What do we do now?
Victims tend to rely on insurance companies to guide them. Although truck operators are required to carry $1 million in liability coverage, victims are advised to seriously weigh any offers from insurance companies. Truck accident victims need guidance from professionals who will advocate for them.
If you are experiencing a loss due to a truck accident, we’re here to help.
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