It's a common misconception that truck accidents are like car accidents, but on a larger scale. The truth is, truck accidents are much more complex than that. Some of the significant differences between these types of cases include complex insurance policies, multiple potential defendants, and more severe property damage and injuries sustained as a result.
Common Truck Accident Injuries
Truck accident injuries can be extremely severe, if not fatal. Even if the crash is not fatal, it often leaves its victims with gruesome injuries that can take years or decades to recover from. Some of the more common injuries seen with this type of accident include:
- Neck and back injuries
- Broken bones
- Head and brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Internal bleeding
Attorney Mike Fatall understands that the pain and suffering caused by these injuries is tragic for both the victim and their families. That’s not to mention the financial strain that the recovery process can also burden you with. When your injuries were caused by the careless or negligent actions of another, you shouldn't have to be responsible for covering the costs of your recovery. That’s why attorney Mike Fatall will fight for due compensation for your case.
Why Work with a Personal Injury Attorney?
Crucial information is needed to pursue a successful claim or lawsuit against the truck driver and/or company responsible for your accident. Information and evidence are essential to obtaining the best possible outcome in your case. To cover all of your bases, you'll want an experienced personal injury attorney on your side who can ensure your case is handled properly throughout.
Choose G. Michael Fatall
When you reach out to the Kansas City-based Fatall Firm, attorney Mike Fatall can help you investigate your accident to determine who is at fault, clearly explain your rights and options, and take on the legal process of fighting for due compensation to cover the cost of recovery and any pain and suffering you’ve had to endure. Don't wait to seek the guidance and support you need to be able to focus on what matters most — recovery.