Insurance Companies and Truck Accidents
Were you seriously injured in San Antonio?
Truck accidents in San Antonio can be especially complicated. A big rig can veer out of control on I-410 or a tractor-trailer can cause a rear-end accident on I-37 or I-10. But that's not the only thing that makes such severe accidents so confusing. Dealing with insurance companies after a truck accident can be a nightmare.
You would think that insurance companies would be cooperative after a truck accident. If a truck driver caused your crash, that driver's insurance company should compensate you. But in many cases, insurance companies can be very difficult to deal with after an accident.
Don't let insurance companies dictate what happens to you. Demand the justice you rightfully deserve. Contact Tracey Fox King & Walters. Our San Antonio truck accident attorneys have decades of experience dealing with intimidating insurance companies.
Problems people face
Insurance companies representing trucking companies or truck drivers who cause truck accidents in San Antonio know exactly what to do. That's why they often do everything they can to confuse or complicate such situations. This includes:
- Contacting accident victims directly
- Asking them seemingly innocent questions
- Making a settlement offer soon after
On the surface, all these things make it seem like insurance companies have your best interests at heart. But the reality is insurance companies do these things for the following reasons:
- To trick you into saying something that makes you seem at fault
- To reduce the amount of money they owe you for your accident
- To avoid having to pay you in the future for additional accident expenses
- To deny your claim altogether and pay you nothing
How we can help
The key to winning tough legal cases involving insurance companies and truck accidents often comes down to evidence. If you have the facts on your side, you will often prevail and get the money you rightfully deserve for your accident.
As your attorney, we can demand the information some insurance providers or trucking companies try to conceal from accident victims. This includes:
- Truck driver's driving history
- Trucking company's hiring practices
- Trucking company's maintenance records
When it comes to tough truck accident claims, we don't back down from a battle with insurance companies. That's because we know what's at stake - an injury victim's financial future. But such cases are about more than just money. They're about holding insurance companies accountable. If a truck driver caused your crash, you shouldn't have to pay for their mistakes.
Contact Tracey Fox King & Walters and schedule your free case evaluation at our San Antonio office today.