If you were injured by a construction truck, either on a job site or while driving, you may be eligible for monetary compensation from a number of parties. A Virginia construction truck accident lawyer from the Parrish Law Firm, PLLC can help you take on the responsible party or parties and their insurance companies. Our team protects the rights of injury victims in Virginia and hold the responsible parties liable. We want to put our resources to work for you.
At the Parrish Law Firm, PLLC, we never stop fighting for our clients. Our founding partner, Jim Parrish, spent many years in his career as a representative for insurance companies. He understands how they operate and the tactics they use to pay injured victims less. He will use that knowledge to your advantage when fighting the insurance company for fair compensation.
Our team is so confident in our ability to help you that we never charge a fee until you get paid. You can receive a free construction truck case evaluation right away. To speak with a member of the team at the Parrish Law Firm, PLLC, call us at (571) 229-1800.
We Help You Get Paid for Construction Truck Injuries on or Off the Job Site
Construction trucks are big, unwieldy, and difficult to operate. They represent one of many dangers that exist on construction sites. When these trucks leave the job site and travel on our roads and highways, they can pose a hazard to smaller cars, trucks, and other motor vehicles.
No matter how your Virginia construction truck accident occurred, you may be eligible for compensation from a number of potentially liable parties. Our legal team at the Parrish Law Firm, PLLC will investigate your injury, determine who was liable (it may be more than one party), collect evidence of that liability, and pursue the responsible party and their insurance company for damages.
Speak to a Virginia construction truck accident lawyer as soon as possible after an accident. We have helped clients recover compensation for construction truck injuries caused by:
Job Site Mishaps
Many of our Virginia construction truck accident clients have been construction workers injured on the job. A common scenario for our clients involves being the one who was operating a truck when something malfunctioned, causing the operator to get hurt. Another example is when a coworker makes an error or careless mistake while driving a construction truck on the job site, which then injured someone in the process.
If you were injured by a construction truck on a job site, you may be eligible to file a workers’ compensation claim against your employer. This can recover money to pay for your medical bills and lost wages while you heal from your injuries. If a party other than your employer was also partially responsible for the accident, we can help you pursue them for damages in a private lawsuit or insurance claim.
We will pursue every available avenue that leads you to collect compensation for your Virginia construction truck injury suffered on a job site.
We have also helped clients injured by construction trucks on the road or highway. Like big rigs and 18-wheelers, construction trucks are typically bigger, heavier, and more destructive than most other cars on the road. When a standard vehicle collides with one of these large, unwieldy trucks, its occupants may bear the brunt of the impact.
If you were injured in a traffic accident involving a construction truck, we can investigate the collision, gather evidence showing that the construction truck driver was partially or fully at fault, and help you collect compensation from them.
Depending on the circumstances of the accident, there may be more liable parties than just the driver. Their employer may have vicarious liability for the negligence of their worker. If the truck had a defective component that contributed to the crash, the manufacturer might also bear liability.
Because the number of potentially liable parties is so substantial, we take the time to do a careful investigation of your accident so that we do not fail to identify any party who might owe you compensation.
To discuss your Virginia construction truck accident with a member of our legal team at the Parrish Law Firm, PLLC, today, call us for a free consultation at (571) 229-1800.
We Make Sure You Get Compensated Fairly
Construction truck accident victims in Virginia may be eligible for a long list of damages, including compensation for both economic and non-economic damages. That means our Virginia construction truck accident lawyers can help you recover monetary damages even for things that do not involve actual monetary loss. We fight to get you the fair compensation you are entitled to.
Your Virginia construction truck accident settlement or award may include compensation for:
- Current and future medical bills
- Lost wages from work
- Reduced earning capacity
- “Pain and suffering” and inconvenience
- Loss of enjoyment of life
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Act Now and File Within the Statute of Limitations
According to Virginia’s Legislative Information System, Virginia has a two-year statute of limitations on most personal injury claims. However, without conducting a full evaluation of your case, it is impossible to know whether your case has extenuating circumstances that may affect this timeline. It is advised to consult with a Virginia construction truck accident lawyer as soon as possible after your injury so that you understand your rights and obligations. The Parrish Law Firm, PLLC can take quick action, if necessary, to keep your case active.
Call Now for a Free Virginia Construction Truck Injury Case Evaluation
The Parrish Law Firm, PLLC is ready to fight for you after a construction truck accident in Virginia. We will take on the responsible parties as well as the insurance companies and make sure you get compensated fairly. For a free, no-obligation case evaluation, call us today at (571) 229-1800.