Handling Trucking Accidents in Fort Worth, Texas – Series Recap
This post concludes our series on trucking accident cases in Fort Worth, Texas. Accidents involving 18-wheelers or other large commercial vehicles often result in serious injuries. It has been our goal in this series to provide basic information to educate the public as to what to expect in these types of cases.
We have covered a number of topics over our last several posts. Subjects we have looked at include:
- The process Texas residents can expect to face after being injured in a trucking accident
- Determining responsible parties in accidents involving an 18-wheeler
- Establishing damages in a trucking accident case
- Conducting discovery and the importance of having the resources to fully investigate a collision with a tractor trailer
One thing we have stressed throughout these posts is the important of retaining a law firm with the resources to handle a trucking accident case. This is due to the fact that such cases often involve very serious injuries, multiple defendants with deep pockets, and can take time to resolve through litigation. Hiring representation with inadequate resources may prevent the victim from receiving the maximum level of possible recovery.
When selecting a personal injury attorney it is important that you select a firm which handles major injury cases and in which the lawyers have substantial experience. You should also determine whether the attorneys are board certified and whether the firm employs a full time investigator. Finally, you should determine whether the firm is large enough to advance court costs and whether the office can devote multiple attorneys to your case. This is true whether you were injured in counties including Tarrant, Dallas, Johnson, and Wise as well as Fort Worth, Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Haltom City, Richland Hills, North Richland Hills, Watauga, Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake, Arlington, Keller, Grand Prairie, and Dallas.