Posted By The Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno, P.C. Posted in: Truck Accident.
After a truck accident, the first thing injured victims do is file a personal injury claim against the bus driver and/or his/her trucking company to seek compensation. Many of them choose to be legally represented, while others handle the legal process on their own.
And regardless of whether you are legally represented or not, your personal injury claim needs to be substantiated with sufficient evidence in order to establish the defendant’s liability and recover the compensation you deserve.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of unrepresented truck accident victims think collecting evidence is limited to the scene of the truck accident. “If you have no witness accounts, there is no way to win the claim… or so many victims think,” says our San Diego truck accident attorney from the Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno, P.C.
But experienced lawyers think bigger. Much bigger than that. There are many ways to establish the truck driver and his/her trucking company’s liability and successfully obtain compensation. And gathering evidence goes well beyond snooping around the scene of the accident.
Today, we asked our experienced truck accident attorney in San Diego to outline some of the most effective steps you can take to collect evidence in your case.
This is just a shortlist of the things you can do to gather sufficient evidence and prove the defendant’s fault after a truck accident. Consult with our experienced lawyers from the Law Offices of Eugene G. Bruno, P.C., to find out more. Call at 888-278-6688 or fill out this contact form to get a free consultation.
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