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What to do after a truck accident in Texas?

After a serious truck accident, it can be very difficult to know what steps to take to protect your interests and how to handle conversations with the insurance company’s representatives. In David Sanchez, we have an excellent reputation as lawyers for our excellent handling of complex claims for truck accidents in Texas.

Well, not any law firm takes such cases for different reasons. There is a need for extensive preparation and experience to bring these demands to a favorable resolution; we are dedicated to doing the necessary research and raising the necessary resources to be able to defend your case.

But what to do after a truck accident in Texas?

It’s important that you be well informed about what to do in case of a truck accident in Texas. Therefore, we leave you with some general recommendations if you are affected by injuries or injuries due to a crash due to negligence by a truck driver.

Look for medical attention for your injuries

There’s nothing more important than your health and wellbeing. Get the medical care you need and keep track of the costs for care. If you have reasons for a personal injury claim, you can seek compensation for the medical care that was provided to you in due course and in the future, as part of the claim.

Get contact information and the truck driver’s insurance and your employer

Get as much information as you can; it will be a critical component in the process of your injury claim. Remember that the evidence is key to your case being resolved in a favorable way for you; the more information you can collect (invoices, receipts, photos, statements, among other things), the better.

Get a copy of the police report

The police report often contains valuable information, including the interpretation of the officer who responded to the events surrounding the accident and witness statements that may be useful to contact as part of the investigation into your case.

Don’t apologize.

As you ask the truck driver for his information, don’t say anything that can be interpreted as an admission of responsibility for the accident. The simple fact of making a comment on how the accident occurred could be interpreted as avoiding the accident, even if it wasn’t your fault and can be used against you even in court.

Don’t talk to anyone from the truck driver’s insurance company.

It is not unusual for an insurance company’s risk management representative to arrive on the scene minutes after the crash, even before police do. These people are trained to gather specific information in a way that supports their own interests and deliberately weakens or destroys your own.

By choosing David Sanchez as your legal representation for the Texas truck crash claim, we will be your defenders from the beginning. We are specialists and experts in truck and car accidents in this Texan city and we know what actions to take to reach favorable resolutions for you. We work non-stop to ensure the compensation you need to recover from your injuries.


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