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Rear End Truck Accidents

Rear-end truck accidents can create expensive damage to a motor vehicle, and risk the lives of passengers.

When the rear-ending large truck, however, weighs at least several tons, sustained damage and injuries are apt to become quite severe.

When an individual is a victim of a catastrophic accident high results in being rear-ended by a truck, vehicle repairs, medical bill costs, and a host of expenses can become overwhelming.

The confrontation against a trucking company to receive full compensation can be exhausting.

It is crucial to employ a personal injury attorney to review your claim first before any signature is placed on insurance paperwork.

Many insurance companies have their own lawyers to look after their own interest.

The majority of insurance companies will pay only an amount at the minimum. Naturally, this is not fair to the accident victim, who is entitled to full compensation for sustained injuries.

Our law firm can assist you to file an accident claim. You can possibly gain full compensation for injuries and damages.

Who is At Fault In Rear-End Truck Collisions?

In a majority of rear-end collisions, the vehicle that strikes from the back is at fault typically. If the vehicle is a commercial, large truck, the truck driver may be the one liable for the cause of the collision.

The trucking company, however, can also possibly be liable financially to any of the victims.

Many large trucks are commercially owned by entities which are capable in legal battle contention over collision vehicle damages, and will make every attempt to compensate unreasonably.

You or a member of your family may have been involved in a trucking accident. Thus, it is advisable to contact legal counsel, which can be invaluable in such a situation.


In the United States, vehicle accidents account for 6 million reported collisions, which are among the most occurring causes of injuries. Among these, about 30,000 are determined to be fatal.

Involving additional injuries, 2 million vehicle collisions result in damage, which are considered crucial.

The cost of automobile crashes, economically, can estimate annually to billions of dollars.

Injuries sustained in automobile collisions can differ between each person involved, vehicle crash to vehicle crash.

It is best, therefore, to contact a physician immediately for more detailed information and cases.

Across the states, for the most part, the majority of Americans are either motorists, or ride as passengers with loved ones.

Severe automobile accidents can leave critical emotional scars on individuals who sustain personal injuries. Those who are witnesses of collisions can be devastated also.

Treatments for emotional injuries and counseling, post traumatic stress disorder, and injuries of a similar nature can basically be common.

You or a family member may have sustained a personal injury in a vehicle collision. Contact an esteemed vehicle crash injury attorney immediately.

An attorney can provide assistance and make a necessary evaluation of your case. You may be entitled to funds owed to you to cover damages.

Contact us for a free consultation or call Anzalone Law Firm PLLC, at: 603.548.3797.

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