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About Commercial Vehicle & Trucking Accident Claims

If you were injured by an 18 wheeler or other type of commercial vehicle our lawyers will hold the driver and company accountable. 

In 18-wheeler accident claims the stakes are usually very high. Our Dallas injury attorneys have the knowledge, skills, and financial stability necessary to take on the trucking company and their insurance carrier. We can make sure the at-fault driver and the company they work for are held responsible for your injuries.

The decision you make right now can greatly impact your potential settlement if you have suffered injuries in a semi-truck accident.

Remember: Big insurance companies know they have increased exposure when an 18 wheeler or commercial vehicle has been involved in an accident. The minimum liability insurance policy on most tractor trailers is $1,000,000. Many insurance companies have stand-alone departments just to deal with car accident injury claims. These units often hire private investigators to film you in the days, weeks, and even months following the semi-truck accident.

The Immediate Aftermath of a Commercial Truck Accident and General Information

How seriously do insurance companies take commercial truck accident injury claims?

Very. Most insurance companies have private investigators to investigate personal injury claims, and most have special departments that handle only these types of claims.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help You?

Our personal injury law firm’s accident investigator will quickly request a copy of the Texas Peace Officer’s Crash Report generated as a result of your 18 wheeler accident (if available). He will take photos and video footage of the vehicles involved, as well as the area where the wreck occurred.

Our Dallas truck accident lawyers will interview and obtain fact witness affidavits from those who witnessed the collision. Our Dallas injury attorneys will also run various public records database searches and utilize the FIA (Freedom of Information Act) to request various records associated with the 18 wheeler accident, the driver of the 18 wheeler, and the company that employs the driver.

Remember: A private investigator hired by a trucking company could try and film you as you go about your day. Be mindful of the situations you place yourself in as you recover from your injuries, as they will use anything they can against you.

I had a wreck with an 18-wheeler in Dallas. What should I do first?

Make sure you and any passengers are safe. Exit your vehicle if it is safe to do so and then verify if anyone else involved in the accident was injured. If anyone sustained injuries you should immediately contact 911 and law enforcement.

Should I move my vehicle away from the scene of the commercial truck accident?

Before moving your car or allowing the truck driver to move their tractor trailer, you should take a substantial number of photographs of all of vehicles involved.

Important: Try to keep any vehicles involved from being moved until after law enforcement has arrived at the scene. If that is not possible, make sure you take photographs of the placement of the 18 wheeler and other automobiles involved before they are moved!

Should I talk to the truck driver?

Yes. You should ask the truck driver if they are injured and if so contact 911. If the truck driver admits he or she made a mistake at the scene of the accident, consider recording their statement with your cell phone recorder function.

Should I call police to the scene of the 18 wheeler accident?

Absolutely. The results of the law enforcement officer’s investigation of the accident will be documented in a Texas Peace Officer’s Crash Report. This report can greatly aid in establishing liability against the truck driver and trucking company.

Remember: If law enforcement officials refuse to investigate the 18 wheeler accident, be sure to secure the following information from the at-fault driver of the 18 wheeler: full legal name, home address, CDL license number, and date of birth. In addition, take a photograph of his or her insurance card if possible. The company the driver worked for at the time of the accident could be critical information needed in the future.

What information should I get from witnesses to the truck accident?

Do not just get the name and phone number of a potential witnesses. That is a huge mistake, especially if the witness has a fairly common name. Also, remember that phone numbers change. It is critical that you get any witnesses to the 18 wheeler accident to provide their date of birth and/or driver’s license number, so you can track them down later if necessary. If a witness is favorable to your position, you should ask them to make a statement at the scene and record it.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

Our personal injury law firm has an in-house private investigator who will attempt to locate any witnesses. Even if witnesses are not identified in the police report. Our accident investigator has been trained to canvas the scene of these 18 wheeler accidents for any and all potential witnesses.

I’m just a little bit sore. Should I tell police officers or emergency responders that I’m injured?

Yes. If you have any amount of pain or discomfort, you should let the investigating officer and any medical personnel at the scene, know that you have been injured in the 18 wheeler truck accident. If you don’t report pain and discomfort at the scene, the trucking company and their insurance carrier will suggest you were not really injured.

Remember: The trucking company or their insurance carrier will likely attempt to argue that you were not really injured, if you tell the responding officer you were not hurt.

Important: It is imperative you seek medical treatment as soon as you begin experiencing any symptoms whatsoever from the 18 wheeler truck accident. If you previously reported you were not injured to police or any insurance company, it is even more important that you not delay seeking medical attention.

I was rear-ended by an 18-wheeler so we don’t need to have police come to the scene, right?

Wrong. Insurance carriers and trucking companies consistently deny injury claims where people have been rear-ended by an 18 wheeler. The commercial truck driver may claim you stopped your vehicle suddenly or that they were faced with a “sudden emergency”.

Remember: Always call police to the scene of an 18 wheeler accident if possible.

If the police officer is unable to determine who is at fault, does that mean I can’t win my Dallas truck accident injury claim?

No. A jury is always free to judge the credibility of witnesses. It is possible to win a “swearing match” injury claim, but your odds of success will likely increase if an independent witness or retained expert, such as an accident reconstructionist, is on your side.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

Our personal injury law firm in Dallas employs an in-house accident investigator for this very reason. Known and potential witnesses can be interviewed at nearby apartment complexes, homes, or businesses in order to locate witnesses.

Our Dallas truck accident attorneys have advanced client’s money in the past to retain an accident reconstruction expert to help establish liability on the at-fault truck driver. In addition, in discovery any and all records kept by the truck’s on-board recording electronic control module, or motor vehicle event data recorder, would likely be discoverable. In short, many trucks have a “black box” similar to an airplane, and we’ll find and use it to your advantage if possible.

What organizations might have records related to my Dallas truck accident, the truck driver, or the trucking company?

Depending on the facts and circumstances of your 18-wheeler accident, the following agencies may have documents that could assist your case:

  1. Texas Department of Public Safety
  2. United States Department of Transportation
  3. Federal Highway Administration
  4. Federal Office of Motor Carrier and Highway Safety
  5. National Driver Register
  6. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
  7. National Transportation Safety Board
  8. Texas Department of Transportation
  9. Texas Transportation Commission

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

Our personal injury attorneys routinely request documents from various government entities. If you retain us, we will quickly and efficiently secure any and all available documents that could be helpful to your 18 wheeler accident injury claim.

What rules and regulations are truck drivers and trucking companies subject to in Texas?

Truck drivers and trucking companies are generally subject to a substantial number of rules and regulations. Depending on the circumstances of your case, the following could be applicable:

  1. Federal Hazardous Materials Regulations
  2. State of Texas Hazardous Materials Regulations
  3. State of Texas Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
  4. Texas Transportation Code

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

Our Dallas injury attorneys are knowledgeable in regards to various rules and regulations applicable to truck drivers. We will identify any possible violations by the trucking company and its driver.

Filing Damage & Injury Claims with Insurance Companies After a Dallas Truck Accident

When should you file claims for injuries and damages as a result of a commercial truck accident?

You should set up various insurance claims as soon as you are able to after an 18-wheeler accident.

Remember: Do not think that just because the truck driver said he or she was “sorry” at the scene of the truck accident, that liability will be accepted by the trucking company or its insurance carrier. Truck drivers operate on a point system and can lose their commercial driver’s license if they accumulate too many points. As a result, the truck driver will often have a strong motivation not to be truthful.

What claims should be established with the trucking company or your insurance company?

You might have several insurance claims to establish following a commercial truck accident. Below you will find just a few of the potential insurance claims you may need to establish.

  1. Liability claim against the truck driver (property damage as well as injury damages);
  2. Liability claim against the company the truck driver was working for at the time of the accident (property damage as well as injury damages);
  3. PIP monies through your own automobile insurance policy to reimburse your for medical expenses and/or money you have lost if you are unable to work; and
  4. MedPay monies through your vehicle insurance or the at-fault party’s vehicle insurance (Offset allowed if you obtain a settlement).

What are the typical liability limits in an 18-wheeler truck accident?

The vast majority of 18 wheeler policies and/or commercial truck policies will have insurance coverage in place of at least $250,000 per person / $500,000 per accident. Many times they will have coverage limits of $1,000,000 per person / $2,000,000 per accident.

Example: If three persons are injured in the same truck accident, and the at-fault driver’s policy limits are $250,000 per person / $500,000 per accident, the most any single person could get under the insurance policy is $250,000, and the most the liability carrier would have to pay out in total is $500,000, even if combined damages were well in excess of that amount.

How Can Our Truck Accident Lawyers in Dallas Help?

It is very important to explore all potential sources of insurance coverage if you have suffered traumatic or life-altering injuries in an 18 wheeler accident. Our personal injury lawyers are adept at verifying whether the truck and its trailer may be covered under separate insurance policies, thus maximizing your potential recovery.

Does it matter if the truck driver was an independent contractor?

Yes. Employers are generally not liable for the negligent actions of an independent contractor. Texas follows the doctrine of Respondeat Superior, however, and companies are liable for the negligent actions (or omissions) of an employee, while said employee is in the course and scope of his or her employment for the company. For example, if you were injured in an 18-wheeler accident with a Swift Transportation truck, the driver operating the truck and Swift Transportation would both be proper Defendants in a lawsuit.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

The amount of available insurance proceeds could depend on whether the truck driver was an independent contractor (no coverage) or employee (coverage) of the trucking company. Our personal injury attorneys are familiar with the factors used to determine the status of the driver and can make legal arguments to establish the driver was an employee.

Remember: The company’s policy limits don’t matter if they have significant assets. For example, if you suffered devastating injuries due to a JB Hunt truck, you wouldn’t need to be concerned with the insurance limits since JB Hunt has millions and millions of dollars that could be seized in a judgment.

Vehicle Repair and Replacement After a Dallas Truck Accident

Should I take my car to the repair shop the trucking company’s insurance carrier recommended to me?

No way. The body shops recommended by the trucking company’s liability carrier are recommended for an easy to guess reason, i.e. they charge less for repairs. The trucking company and its carrier want your automobile damage to be very low so they can argue you were involved in a “minor” collision. Have an estimate performed by the auto dealership or body repair shop of your own choosing.

Do you get a rental vehicle if you are involved in an accident with an 18-wheeler or commercial truck?

Yes. But usually only if your automobile can be repaired and isn’t totaled. If your vehicle is fixable and driveable, you can generally get a like and similar rental car for the amount of time it would take to fix your car. If it’s a total loss, then you may likely only recover the fair market value of your automobile and insurance companies do not generally reimburse you for the cost of a rental car.

Can your Dallas truck accident lawyers assist me in obtaining a rental car?

Yes, our  injury law firm can help you secure a rental vehicle while your automobile is being repaired, or while the liability carrier for the trucking company is determining whether your automobile is a “total loss”.

Can I recover damages for the diminished value of my automobile after a commercial truck accident?

Yes, generally. Establishing diminished value often requires an Expert Report. On 18 wheeler accident cases, our Dallas injury law firm is happy to advance the money on your behalf to obtain an expert report, if the damage to your car warrants it.

How much can I recover for my automobile if it is considered a “total loss” due to a commercial truck accident.

If your car is totaled following an 18 wheeler accident, then you can recover only the fair market value of your vehicle. The fair market value is measured by what similar vehicles are being sold for on the open market. Fair market value is not measured by Kelly Blue Book or NADA Book Value.

Securing a Law Loan if You Were Injured in a Commercial Truck Accident

Do companies exist that loan money based on securing an interest in your settlement?

Yes. However, many of these law loan companies charge a ridiculous interest rate.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

Most law loan companies require you to be represented in order to qualify for a loan. Our personal injury attorneys routinely help clients secure loans that charge a flat fee, as opposed to a continuously compounding loan. This sometimes saves our clients thousands of dollars.

Getting Necessary Medical Treatment if Injured in a Commercial Truck Accident

Should I go to the hospital if I have pain and discomfort after a truck accident?

Absolutely. If you experience pain and discomfort following an 18-wheeler or other commercial truck accident, you should be safe and get examined. Large trucks and tractor trailers weigh thousands of pounds. It is better to be cautious and get examined, since the insurance carrier for the trucking company will use the fact that you didn’t go to the hospital against you, in an attempt to suggest you weren’t hurt bad enough to go.

What are some of the typical injuries people sustain in commercial truck accidents?

Our attorneys have noticed that spinal injuries are very common in commercial truck accident injury claims. These spine injuries can be sprain/strain in nature or more objective, such as herniated discs or annular tears. 18 wheeler accident victims often need extensive physical therapy and pain management to make a full recovery from their injuries.

18 wheeler accidents obviously can also lead to broken bones, fractures, muscle tears, and the necessity of spinal surgery. Our Dallas truck accident lawyers have assisted a significant number of clients who were injured in 18 wheeler accidents and needed surgical procedures performed, usually spinal fusions or discectomies. Through our relationships with medical providers, the clients were able to have the necessary surgical procedures performed at no up-front cost to them.

What happens if my health insurance carrier pays some of my medical bills following a truck accident?

If your health insurance carrier or Medicare or Medicaid makes payments on your behalf for injuries related to your 18 wheeler or commercial truck accident, the carrier or agency is generally entitled to be reimbursed out of your settlement proceeds, a right known as subrogation.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

The amount the carrier or agency is entitled to be reimbursed can differ, but our personal injury attorneys are almost always able to secure a reduction of health insurance liens or workers’ compensation liens.

Do medical providers exist that have experience in treating victims of commercial truck accidents?

Yes. Many doctors refuse to treat patients who have been injured in 18 wheeler or commercial truck accident because they fear getting deposed or otherwise drawn into a legal dispute. But some healthcare providers do exist that are willing to give services for 18 wheeler accident injury victims.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

Our personal injury attorneys will assist you in securing any and all medical attention you require following the collision. Our injury law firm has been in business for 39 years and we have strong relationships with various healthcare providers who primarily assist people that have been injured in 18 wheeler accidents.

Upon your request, our Dallas truck accident lawyers can help you locate a doctor in Dallas, Plano, Frisco, Fort Worth or anywhere in North Texas, who will delay billing you for medical services until the conclusion of your truck accident injury claim. We work with surgeons, hospitals, surgical facilities, and even anesthesiologists, who are willing to forego payment until the settlement of your claim, if you require surgery.

Proving-Up Loss of Earnings & Earning Capacity After a Commercial Truck Accident

Can you recover the wages you have lost because of the 18-wheeler or commercial truck accident?

Yes. The trucking company or insurance company, however, will want your loss of earnings to be well documented. In the past our Dallas truck accident lawyers have helped clients establish a legal right to these damages, by utilizing fact witness affidavits, company correspondence, and certified tax and earnings documents.

An Example: Our Dallas truck accident attorneys represented a young female whose job was classified as “Light” according to exertional demands. She underwent a Physical Performance Examination that indicated she did not have the capacity to perform at the “Light” exertion level. She was held out of work until she was capable of performing her job duties without the risk of aggravating her injuries.

Can you recover damages for loss of earning capacity due to a truck accident injury claim?

Yes. Loss of earning capacity is the total amount of wages you will lose over the course of your lifetime due to your injuries adjusted to net present value.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

Our personal injury attorneys utilize both Economists and Vocational Rehabilitation Consultants when needed to prove-up past lost wages or loss of earning capacity.

What other monetary damages are available in a truck accident injury claim?

If you have been involved in an accident with an 18-wheeler or commercial truck, you might be entitled to the following monetary damages in addition to those described above:

  1. Past reasonable and necessary medical expenses;
  2. Future reasonable and necessary medical expenses;

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

Our Dallas personal injury law firm has utilized a Life Care Planner on 18 wheeler accident cases in the past. We front the cost of this expert’s report if you have sustained life-altering injuries and will need life-long accommodations.

  1. Automobile repair costs;
  2. Replacement car cost; and
  3. Diminished value.

Pain, Suffering, Mental Anguish & Impairment Caused by a Commercial Truck Accident

What non-economic damages are available in the context of a trucking or 18-wheeler truck accident claim?

If you have been involved in a commercial truck accident you may be entitled to damages for:

  1. Pain and suffering – both past and future;
  2. Mental anguish – both past and future;
  3. Physical impairment – both past and future; and
  4. Loss of consortium.

Remember: Non-economic damages, unlike economic damages, are generally not ascertainable to a fixed degree. For example, if you made $5,000 a month and were injured in a truck accident that caused you to miss four months of work, your loss of earnings economic damages are clearly $20,000. Your individual pain, suffering, and mental anguish however cannot be quantified, and a jury would have complete discretion in computing these damages.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

We often oversee preparation of a “day in the life” video. A video demonstrating a typical day in “your shoes” can often be the difference between a good settlement and a great settlement. Our personal injury attorneys have the experience to allow you to answer questions that detail your unique story, and illustrate the devastating impact of your accident.

Punitive Damages in a Dallas Commercial Truck Accident Injury Claim

What are punitive damages?

Punitive damages are designed to punish wrongdoers for reckless or grossly negligent conduct. In Texas these damages are generally difficult to obtain and must be examined on a case-by-case basis.

What are some situations that may warrant an award of punitive damages in a commercial truck accident injury claim?

The potential for punitive damages should be explored on every case involving an 18-wheeler or commercial vehicle. Some situations where a finding of recklessness or gross negligence might be warranted include:

  1. If the truck driver was found to driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  2. If the truck driver was found to be driving while intoxicated;
  3. If the truck driver violated his or her requirements to stop and rest for a minimum number of hours;
  4. If the truck driver failed to properly secure his or her load; and
  5. If the truck driver was operating his or her truck at a reckless speed.

Negotiating Injury and Damages Claims After a Dallas Commercial Truck Accident

Our Promise to You

Our Dallas truck accident lawyers will argue passionately on your behalf in attempting to obtain the best possible settlement for you and your family. We’re good at it. After all, our injury law firm has been fighting for victims of commercial truck accidents for 39 years.

What is the value of your truck accident injury claim?

Most Dallas truck accident lawyers will only say what you want to hear, even though they realize your case value is directly tied to the extent of the injuries you sustained and other factors that could influence a jury, such as if the truck driver was texting when the collision occurred. Our injury attorneys offer guidance on expected case settlement value, only after we have reviewed all case documents and evaluated the arguments raised by the insurance adjuster. Would you want a surgeon to offer an opinion without reviewing medical records?

Are there some guiding principles in valuing a truck accident injury claim?

You bet. If you have suffered a measurable or easily observed injury, as opposed to a sprain or strain type of whiplash injury, your injury claim will certainly have enhanced value. Measurable or easily observed injuries might include fractured bones, broken limbs, herniated discs, extruded discs and other spinal injuries, leading directly to the necessity of surgery such as a fusion or discectomy.

The trucking company is arguing you were also negligent in the accident. What does that mean?

The trucking company is suggesting you were also to blame for the accident. In short, they are arguing you were comparatively negligent and that your act(s) or omission(s) contributed to the collision.

Remember: If you are found to be negligent, the percentage of fault assigned to you by the jury is deducted from the total verdict. For example, if the jurors awarded $50,000 in damages but determined you were 20% at fault, the final verdict would be adjusted to $40,000.

If you were partly negligent, are you barred from obtaining a recovery in a truck accident injury claim?

No, except if the jury determines you are more than 50% at fault for the wreck. Recovery is possible even if the jury determines liability for the truck accident should be apportioned 50/50, although the total settlement would be reduced by 50%.

What are “reasonable and necessary” medical bills?

Under Texas accident law, you are allowed to seek recovery of the amount of monies you paid or incurred to doctors and other medical professionals. The medical bills must be both reasonable and necessary. Trucking companies almost always argue that at least some of the accident victim’s treatment was unreasonable or unnecessary. They usually retain a medical doctor to perform a “peer review”.

What is a pre-existing condition?

Trucking companies love to suggest that injury victims suffered from a pre-existing condition. The difference between a good settlement and a great settlement can often come down to whether or not medical records and other documentation clearly demonstrate an aggravation of a pre-existing condition.

How Can Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Help?

Our personal injury attorneys often request that a treating medical provider review a client’s pre-accident medical records so that the “Eggshell Plaintiff” doctrine can be argued if applicable. In addition, securing past medical records often leads to the best evidence of pain, suffering, mental anguish, and impairment.

What happens if you decline the trucking company’s last settlement offer?

You have the right to initiate litigation against the truck driver and the company he or she was working for if you choose to decline their final settlement offer.

Settling a Commercial Truck Accident Injury Claim vs. Filing a Texas Lawsuit

Should you settle or initiate litigation in a commercial truck accident injury claim?

Injury claims need to be evaluated on an individual basis. Sometimes a $50,000 offer before initiating litigation ends up being more money to you than a $70,000 offer following the filing of a lawsuit. Consider these factors:

  1. Attorney fees almost always increase after litigation is initiated.
  2. Case expenses, especially on truck accident injury claims, usually dramatically increase in litigation.
  3. Litigation is very time-consuming and often lasts 9-12 months.
  4. Your health insurance company or a workers’ compensation company might be more receptive to reducing a lien they hold prior to the commencement of litigation.

Our Promise to You: There’s a reason our Dallas truck accident lawyers have been in business for 39 years. Our injury attorneys give clients the same advice they would give friends or family members. Our only concern is that you get the most money possible for your truck accident injury claim.

Litigating a Dallas Commercial Truck Accident Injury Claim

What is the importance of requesting records relating to the truck’s daily log monitoring device and driver management system?

Truck drivers are only allowed to drive a certain amount of consecutive hours before the law requires them to stop and rest. The truck’s daily log monitoring device would potentially demonstrate how many miles the truck driver drove that day or his or her hours of service in a given timeframe. The driver management system should indicate geographical position, hours in service, load balance, and stability data, among other things.

What is the importance of obtaining the truck driver’s qualification file?

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations are found in Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Documents generated or maintained pursuant to Part 382, 383, and 391 constitute the Driver Qualification File and can be exceedingly useful in determining whether the at-fault truck driver was qualified to be operating an 18-wheeler safely. These records are especially useful in conjunction with the truck driver’s investigative history file and personnel file.

Can the 18-wheeler’s GPS system be utilized to strengthen my commercial truck accident injury claim?

Yes, if GPS data is available, it would likely be discoverable in litigation through a Request for Production of documents. GPS data can be utilized in a number of ways – including to pinpoint the truck’s location at various times or to confirm the truck’s route of travel.

Contact Our Dallas Truck Accident Lawyers Now

Contact our commercial truck accident attorneys for a free consultation in Dallas, Plano, Frisco, or Fort Worth now. Our in-house accident investigator will come to you if need be. Mullen & Mullen Law Firm services the entire DFW metroplex and North Texas area. There is never a fee unless we obtain a settlement for you.

If you mention this ad, our attorneys will give you a discounted 29% contingency fee on truck accident injury claims that settle without requiring litigation, which is something only you can authorize. The standard personal injury contingency fee is 33.3%, so our special offer could potentially put thousands more in your pocket instead of an attorney’s. We don’t believe a lawyer should be compensated more than an accident victim for their injuries.

Call (214) 747-5240 now or use the quick contact form on this page to request a free consultation. There is never a fee for our legal services unless we obtain a financial recovery for you.

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