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Trucking Accident Insurance Claims

What You Need to Know About Truck Accident Insurance

If you are injured in a car accident due to someone else’s negligence, you typically will have to deal with a couple of insurance companies. But if you are injured in a trucking accident, you may be dealing with several insurance carriers. With truck accidents, a number of parties may be liable (the trucking company, the owner of the cab, the owner of the trailer and potentially others). Each liable party may have its own insurance company.

After a truck accident, you may be contacted by one or more insurance adjusters. The adjusters, who work for the insurance companies, may try to obtain a statement from you. Don’t talk to them. Whatever you say to them may be used against you later. You risk losing compensation and even losing your claim altogether.

How a Truck Accident Attorney May Be Able to Help

Before you talk to an insurance adjuster, contact an experienced truck accident attorney in North Carolina. Call the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin at 1-866-900-7078 to see if we can help. Some of our attorneys have defended insurance companies before joining our firm. We are well aware of the tactics used by insurance companies and adjusters when dealing with accident claims.

When you retain one of our attorneys, you will have a strong advocate on your side who will know how to pursue the maximum compensation you may be entitled to receive under the law. We can deal with the insurance company adjusters for you.

The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin serves communities across North Carolina, including Asheville, Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville, Charlotte, New Bern, Greenville, Greensboro, Goldsboro, Henderson, Morganton, Roanoke Rapids, Rocky Mount, Sanford, Wilson and Winston-Salem.