Watch this video about the insurance investigation for truck accidents in Idaho. Then call Hepworth Holzer for a free consultation in Boise.
Should I speak with the insurance company after a truck accident?
One thing you’ll learn if you’ve been involved in a collision with a semi-truck or any other type of commercial vehicle in an Idaho collision is that insurance company is going to reach out to you, and you want to be careful of that when they are doing insurance investigations for truck accidents. You want to be careful of that first offer they might make you to try to put the case away. The chances of that offer providing you full, fair, and complete compensation for all your losses is about zero. There will be things that they do not acknowledge, and they will be trying to get out of the case as cheap as they possibly can— that’s their goal. Their goal is not to take care of you and your family, it’s not to really provide compensation for you and the losses you’ve incurred, but it’s to put an end to the potential for a lawsuit and a claim against the driver and the company and put that case to bed from their perspective.
You, on the other hand, have to live with the damages imposed on you of this Idaho trucking collision accident. You have to live with those damages for the rest of your life, and you want to be sure that your compensation is complete. When you hear that first offer, the answer is no. Before you go further, give us a call and let’s talk about your Idaho trucking collision case and what the right approach is for you in moving forward and getting that full and fair compensation.
Your damages could cover the following:
Economic damages which includes all the monetary losses you have suffered since being involved in a truck accident. These are things like having lost wages from missing work to recover from your truck accident. It also includes your medical bills related to your truck accident injuries. It can cover the initial ER bills, physical therapy, psychiatric therapy, follow up doctor bills, medication costs, medical equipment costs, and more. If the truck accident cost you money in any way, then when you receive compensation for that, it will be an economic damage.
Your non-economic damages are things that are harder to calculate because they are your pain and suffering as well as decrease in quality in life and mental anguish. These are all damages that can severely impact your life and you deserve the fullest possible compensation for it.
Were you in a crash in Boise and have questions about insurance investigation for truck accidents? Contact our experienced Boise Truck Accident Lawyers at Hepworth Holzer today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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