Representing clients who have sustained serious injuries in car accidents, motorcycle accidents and other accidents, is quite different from representing clients who have found themselves the victim of an 18 wheeler accident. This is due, in large part, to how the trucking companies and their insurance companies go about investigating and attempting to defend their role in causing the accident. Typical defenses made by trucking companies include the defense that the victim was partially at fault, that another driver was at fault, or that the victim’s truck accident injuries, medical bills, repair bills and expenses are either unreasonable or unnecessary.
The trucking company and their insurance company are not on your side after an 18 wheeler accident. Their primary goal is to be dismissed from holding any liability in the accident, or in worst case scenarios they seek to turn the tables so the victim is deemed liable for an accident which was no fault of their own. Our attorneys understand this and that is why we are relentless when it comes to defending the victims of 18 wheeler accidents.
Before he founded Amaro Law Firm, R. James Amaro was an attorney at a large insurance defense firm. His previous work defending trucking companies in accidents which resulted in serious injuries or death gives him a unique perspective into how trucking companies and their insurance companies think, operate, and handle accident claims. Our firm uses that insight when preparing and filing claims or lawsuits brought about by 18 wheeler accidents.