Why Are Truck Records Important to My Morristown Personal Injury Case?
Obtaining all the necessary documents from a truck or tractor trailer accident is vital to a successful accident case, but it can be a complex and difficult process. Carriers may claim that documents have been misplaced or destroyed, or may be willing to give only the minimum amount of records.
Our Morristown personal injury lawyers at The Terry Law Firm know which documents you need to prove the facts of your truck accident case, and how to obtain them, even those the carrier is reluctant to provide. For more than five decades we have provided legal assistance to victims of motor vehicle accidents, including truck or tractor trailer accidents on nearby Interstate highways I-81, I-40, I-26 or I-75, and are ready to give you the quality legal representation you need.
Any or all of the following can provide essential information to your case:
- Driver’s log books
- Fuel receipts
- Toll receipts
- Bill of lading
- Trip envelope
- Driver’s qualifications file
- Electronically stored information
- Black box
- Examination of the truck and photos of the scene
A Reputation for Success
The carrier’s lawyers may attempt to claim that an accident involving a truck or tractor-trailer is simply an everyday accident involving larger vehicles. At The Terry Law Firm, we know this isn’t the case and the documents involved, from driver’s log to black box, from the driver’s qualification file to photos of the accident, can prove it.
We have worked hard to develop a reputation for success. If you have been injured in a trucking accident, we will perform a thorough investigation of your case, and obtain every document you need. Our extensive experience in truck accident cases means we know how to get these documents, and how to get around the obstruction of defense lawyers.
Talented & Dedicated Morristown Truck Accident Injury Attorneys
With our team of Morristown truck accident attorneys on your side, you can rest assured that you are represented by talented, dedicated professionals. Don’t delay in fighting for the full and fair compensation that you are entitled to.
Contact us now at (423) 586-5800 to schedule a free initial consultation.