In a busy city like San Francisco, truck accidents are a regular occurrence. Sometimes, these accidents are nothing more than a minor bump, perhaps leaving some cosmetic damage on the body of the truck or another vehicle. Others, where those involved are less fortunate, can result in traumatic injuries and, perhaps, even death. If you have been seriously injured in a San Francisco truck accident, an attorney from Allegiance Law could help you secure the compensation you require to cover your medical expenses, projected future treatment costs, and lost earnings due to being unable to work.
To discuss your case with a San Francisco truck accident attorney, call Allegiance Law today at 415-404-6395.
After a truck accident, it can be difficult to identify exactly what caused the collision. While investigating your San Francisco truck accident with a view to determining fault, some of the questions your attorney will ask themselves may include:
Each of these possibilities, and more will be thoroughly investigated as we channel our years of San Francisco truck accident experience into your case.
Each truck accident is different and, as such, our approach will be tailored to suit each individual case. In general, the techniques we employ may include:
When you have been injured in a truck accident, you will have a lot going through your mind. When you instruct an Allegiance Law attorney to handle your San Francisco compensation claim, you can concentrate on recovering from your injuries, while we work tirelessly to prove negligence, assign blame, and secure the maximum compensation you are entitled to.
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