Seeking Justice After A Truck Accident
Truck drivers have an added responsibility in their job to ensure that their actions do not endanger the lives of those around them. When the reckless or negligent actions of these drivers result in devastating injuries, holding them accountable for their actions is not always as easy as it should be. Thankfully, you can get the help you deserve.
At Futrovsky, Forster & Scherr, Chartered, we are attorneys who help the people of Maryland and the Washington, D.C., metro area pursue the compensation they need after suffering catastrophic injuries. We have more than 25 years of experience in these kinds of cases, and we are ready to fight for you in your injury claim.
What Is At Stake In Your Case
A truck accident can leave victims with much more serious injuries than accidents between two passenger vehicles can. Common truck accident injuries include:
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
- Internal organ damage
- Multiple broken bones
- Loss of limbs
These injuries can come with a lifetime of complications, and the settlement from your case must reflect that. Our goal as your legal representation is to maximize the money you receive in your case so that it reflects the total costs of your injuries, including lost income, loss of earning potential, medical expenses, relocation or renovation costs, and pain and suffering.
When you are suffering from a serious personal injury, we will explore all options for quickly resolving your claim without sacrificing the quality of the results we earn for you. You can rest easy knowing that we are fighting for you.
Begin Your Compensation Claim With Confidence
In many claims involving truck drivers, the insurance company will try to minimize the money you receive. Do not take the chance of leaving money on the table in your claim by representing yourself. Instead, contact experienced lawyers by calling 301-251-8500 or emailing us here. The sooner you reach out to us, the sooner we can begin crafting a strategy to help make you whole after your injury.