Truck Accident Injuries
Discover What Our Las Vegas Lawyers Can Do For You
Brain injuries, spinal cord damage, internal injuries often a result of a crash. Let Paul Padda help you recover financial compensation for your losses.
Las Vegas truck accident injuries demand an experienced, aggressive law firm. Paralysis, severed limbs and broken bones are just a few of the serious injuries from truck accidents that can result in significant financial losses. Whether you were injured in a highway truck accident on I-15 or a rear-end truck accident on Charleston Boulevard, you need someone on your side who understands Nevada’s legal system to help you get the full compensation you need and deserve. You need someone you can trust who will put your best interests first. You need someone who knows how to get results. You need Paul Padda Law, PLLC. Founded by former Nevada federal prosecutors, Paul Padda Law has a well-earned reputation for being an attentive, aggressive law firm in Las Vegas that works closely with truck accident injury victims and builds strong legal cases designed to win. We don’t tell clients what to do. We listen. We take the time to learn about your case. Then we present the different legal options available to you. You make the final decision. You’re in charge.
If the truck crash happens in Vegas … call Paul Padda
We take great pride in our ability to help injury victims and their families in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada. We work hard because we realize our efforts today can make a dramatic difference in the lives of our clients for many years to come. That’s why we’re honored to help injury victims, especially people hurt in a truck or bus accident who might need a strong advocate to help them obtain compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other damages.
Investigating Trucking Companies
You need an experienced attorney on your side if you or a loved one has been injured in a trucking accident. Not only are these accidents often very serious. They’re often extremely complicated. That’s because you’re often dealing with many different companies and lots of different lawyers. Injury victims and their families often have many questions after a truck accident. We know the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about truck accident injuries. You can find these questions and answers below. If you do not see your question, please feel free to contact us. We’re eager to help you and your family get your lives back on track.
Why are truck accident injuries often more serious than car accidents?
A fully-loaded tractor trailer can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds. In contrast, most cars weigh 3,500 to 4,000 pounds. Such a dramatic difference in weight means that heavier tractor-trailers strike a vehicle with more power and force, resulting in much more severe accidents, which many times result in fatal truck accident injuries.
What are common truck accident injuries?
Truck accident injuries in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada vary widely. Depending on the speed of your accident and the angle of impact, injuries caused by a truck accident include:
- Broken bones
- Head injury
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Other permanent disability
Who will pay for my truck accident injuries?
The answer to this simple question can often be extremely complicated. In most cases, the insurance company for the truck driver who caused your accident pays your medical expenses, car repair bill and other accident-related expenses. But unlike car accidents, other people or companies could be responsible for paying for your truck accident. The trucking company that hired the driver might be responsible. Or the company that loaded the truck or packaged the products could be to blame. The possibilities are practically endless.
What if the responsible party refuses to pay for my truck accident injuries?
This situation happens all the time. In many cases, the truck driver or trucking company claims they did nothing wrong and should not be held responsible for your truck accident. They might even claim you did something to cause your accident. That’s why you need to fight back and hold them responsible for their actions. You didn’t do anything wrong. You shouldn’t have to pay for someone else’s mistake.
Can I negotiate with insurance companies for my truck accident injuries?
Yes. If an insurance company refuses to pay or does not pay enough to cover the true cost of your truck accident injuries, you can negotiate with the insurance company for more money. Many insurance companies will insist they can’t pay a cent more, that their first offer is their best offer. We know the truth. We know that more insurance companies are always willing to pay more. You didn’t do anything wrong. Why should you suffer financially?
Should I contact a lawyer if I’m injured in a truck accident in Las Vegas?
Yes. Having an experienced Las Vegas truck accident attorney on your side, fighting for your rights, can make a dramatic difference. We know how to negotiate with insurance companies. We know how to investigate trucking companies and enlist the services of accident reconstructionists and other experts. We may need to download the truck’s “black box” data and survey the road and accident scene to find out exactly what happened. We know how to hold people and companies responsible for their actions. We thrive on fighting for the rights of injury victims. We have a full understanding of the state and federal regulations that may apply. If necessary, we can even help you file a truck accident injury lawsuit if we believe that’s the best way to resolve your case. We will not rest until justice is served!
Considering filing a lawsuit for your truck accident injury in Las Vegas?
Truck accident injuries can be complex because they require an immediate and detailed investigation of the facts. The process of recovering from your truck accident is difficult enough. Let us handle the insurance companies, trucking companies and other red tape. Contact Paul Padda Law. We have years of experience and know how to gather the evidence you need to build a strong case.