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Handling Complex Trucking Accident Cases

A trucking accident has a way of turning someone’s life upside down. In addition to the physical, mental and emotional recovery, you will need to face the financial reality. Medical bills, long-term health expenses and the wages you are losing for being unable to work: All of these need to be accounted for somehow.

That’s where we come in. At Goldberg Noone, LLC, our attorneys have decades of experience handling all types of auto accident claims. Serving clients throughout Southwest Florida, we know how to handle the complications involved, and we know how to win.

Taking On The Trucking Industry

The majority of medium- and large-sized trucking, logistics and transportation companies have procedures they will enact in the event of a serious crash. To prevent potential loss, they will immediately dispatch a team to the crash scene to take photos, measurements and witness statements. They are doing everything they can to avoid having to pay out on a valid claim.

Another player involved will be the insurance company representing the trucking company and the driver. The insurance company agent will likely contact you and make you a settlement offer that seems generous at the time. It is not. They want to pay you the least amount possible and have you sign away your right to bring a lawsuit because they know they could end up paying a lot more if the case goes to court.

Finally, trucking companies have lawyers – lots of them. When their attorneys are telling their adjusters to offer you a quick, lowball offer, you can bet you’ll need an experienced trucking accident lawyer in your corner.

Our attorneys have been through all of this many times. We know how to negotiate with the trucking company, the insurance company and the lawyers on the other side. We will make sure you receive adequate compensation for:

  • All of your medical expenses (regardless of what your health insurance will pay)
  • Future medical care, treatments and rehabilitation
  • Physical disability
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of wages
  • Loss of future wages if you are permanently unable to return to work
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Physical impairment
  • Physical disfigurement
  • Loss of consortium injury endured by your spouse

You can always speak to an attorney at our law firm with experience handling serious truck crashes at absolutely no cost to you. Call 239-208-3000 in Cape Coral or 239-461-5508 in Fort Myers. You can also email us.

And you never pay a single penny unless we are successful on your behalf.