Commercial Vehicle Accidents Can Be Especially Dangerous
It can be intimidating driving on the road with commercial motor vehicles like semi trucks, 18-wheelers and tractor-trailers. The multitude of blind spots and the unwieldy nature of such large vehicles make it difficult to predict what drivers will do. If they are distracted or fatigued, the cargo is not secured properly or if maintenance was not done or performed improperly, a crash can happen at any moment.
What Damages Are You Entitled To?
If you are involved in a semi truck accident, the damages and injuries can be much more severe. We at Gellner Law Offices in Wheeling, West Virginia, can help you get compensation for the following kinds of damages:
- Medical expenses: Any sort of medical expenses can be eligible for compensation, like ambulance fees, physical therapy, in-home services and more.
- Lost wages: If you miss work or are unable to perform your current work duties and suffer a wage loss, you can be compensated for these lost wages.
- Pain and suffering: The law allows you to be compensated for the pain and suffering and the inability to return to your normal activities and lasting permanent disabilities a crash like this may cause.
- Loss of companionship: A spouse is entitled to be compensated for the loss of household services, affection and companionship.
Our attorney, Gregory A. Gellner, will help you determine which kinds of damages you are entitled to. He will do what he can to get you the compensation you deserve as soon as possible. However, Mr. Gellner will not settle for second best. He will take your case to trial if that is what it takes. With his 30 years of experience, you can be sure he has what it takes to give you the best chance for success.
Get Help Now
Accidents involving commercial vehicles or semis are especially scary. If you have suffered as a result of the negligence of a commercial vehicle driver, talk to Gellner Law Offices today. We have the lawyer and the representation you need. Schedule an initial consultation by calling 304-242-2900. You can also send an email.