If you suffered injuries in a collision in Mobile, AL, our team can help. It may be possible to prove the truck driver caused your crash and recover compensation for your expenses and losses. A construction truck accident lawyer from our Mobile office can help recover an insurance payout or take your case to trial.
You can learn more today by talking to the Morris Bart law firm team serving Mobile and other nearby areas. We provide complimentary case reviews and consultations.
Recovering Compensation After a Construction Truck Crash in Mobile
The money damages you may be able to recover in your truck accident claim include:
- Your current and future damages
- Expenses and losses you incurred because of your accident
- Both economic and non-economic damages
While each claim seeks different types of damages based on the victim’s unique losses, some examples could include:
- Medical bills
- Lost income
- Car repairs
- Pain and suffering
When the attorneys from the Morris Bart law office in Mobile represent a client, we collect documentation of their recoverable damages to get a good understanding of the value of their case. This understanding lets us demand a fair settlement agreement from the insurance carrier or accurately show the client’s losses to the judge and jury during a trial.
We also pursue wrongful death damages for our clients who qualify under Ala. Code § 6-5-410.
For a free legal consultation with a Construction Truck Accident lawyer serving Mobile, call (251) 298-8380
Morris Bart & Associates, LLC Recovers Compensation for Thousands of Clients Each Year
A construction truck accident lawyer from our Mobile team may be able to help you after your collision and injuries. We know how to identify all the liable parties in your case and build a claim to hold them responsible.
The at-fault party often includes both the negligent driver and their employer. We can hold the construction company or other corporation vicariously liable for these claims. The driver’s employer will likely be the policyholder when we file an insurance claim or one of the parties we sue if we need to take the case to court.
Our Firm has the Experience and Resources You Want for Your Case
For more than 40 years, the Morris Bart law firm team has represented accident victims throughout our service area. Today, we have 16 offices in four states, serving all of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Arkansas. We are a contingency fee firm.
We use the knowledge we gained and the network of experts we have built over the last four decades to our clients’ advantage. We can discuss cases like yours we have managed in the past during your free consultation.
Our Personal Injury Accident Attorneys Get Results for Our Clients
In 2019, our team recovered compensation for 6,500 clients. We reached settlements or won court awards in their cases, securing the financial recovery they needed to pay medical bills and more. We may be able to help you, too.
Some recent results we secured for clients injured in truck accidents include:
- $490,000 for a client injured in Hattiesburg, MS, who required treatment for neck and back injuries
- $337,500 for the victim of a truck accident in Texarkana, AR, who suffered two brain injuries and a broken neck and vertebra
You can learn more about how we may be able to help with your case during your free case review. The Morris Bart law firm is here with you after your Mobile construction truck accident case.
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Liability and Your Mobile Construction Truck Accident Claim
Construction projects often involve many types of trucks that serve different purposes, which could include:
- Work trucks for subcontractors
- Trucks that deliver building materials to the site
- Dump trucks hauling dirt or gravel
- Trucks carrying refuse and salvage materials
- Concrete trucks
- Heavy machinery haulers
The party you may be able to hold accountable in your case will depend on the type of truck involved and the driver’s employer. When our team assesses a case for a potential client, we also identify the parties who may be vicariously liable. Some examples include:
- General contractors for the project
- Lumber yards or other suppliers
- Concrete companies
- Heavy equipment rental or hauling companies
- Other employers of the negligent construction truck driver
The Timeline for Recovering Compensation in Your Construction Truck Crash case
It could benefit your case to reach out to the Morris Bart law office in Mobile as soon as you can. In addition to assessing your case’s strength and explaining your options, we can determine the timeline and deadlines that will likely apply.
In general, Ala. Code § 6-2-38 gives victims two years from the date of the crash to sue the liable parties in a personal injury case or for family members to begin a wrongful death suit. However, deadlines could come much sooner under some circumstances.
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Talk with a Team Member for Free About Your Mobile Construction Truck Crash
A Mobile accident lawyer from our team may be able to help you hold the construction truck driver and their employer accountable for your injuries, expenses, and losses.
You can learn more during your initial consultation. This case review will include an evaluation of your accident case and a chance to voice your concerns and learn more about how we may be able to help.
Call Morris Bart & Associates, LLC Today
You can reach a team member from the Morris Bart law office in Mobile, Alabama, now by calling (251) 298-8380. This call is always free for victims of truck collisions. These case reviews are confidential, and there is no obligation to partner with us to file your claim unless you want to do so.
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