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Who Might Be Liable for Damages After Truck Accident in Minnesota?

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Semi-trucks are up to 30 times heavier than passenger vehicles, so an accident involving a big rig is likely to result in catastrophic injuries. Medical bills, lost wages, and vehicle repairs can add up quickly, but if your collision was caused by someone else’s negligence, you have the right to pursue compensation by filing a personal injury claim.

Determining liability is more complicated after a truck wreck than after a crash involving regular vehicles because parties other than the driver are often liable for damages. To hold all liable parties accountable, evidence must be gathered right away before it becomes erased, damaged, or otherwise unavailable.

The truck accident lawyers at Bradshaw & Bryant are well-versed in the laws that govern car accident claims in Minnesota. We will get to work immediately to gather the evidence needed to prove your claim.

Our personal injury attorneys will help you avoid costly mistakes like making a recorded statement to the insurance company, accepting a settlement before you know the full extent of your injuries, or overlooking non-economic damages. Call us today at 800-770-7008 to schedule a free initial consultation.

 

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  1. Joe says:
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    Just like the move over law..give us a break on the roadside it is very dangerous out there. thank you..love to hear your thoughts.