Great law firm
Very easy to work with and made the process quick and easy.
Mr. Hoen and his staff were very responsible. They helped me with everything I needed. I recommend the services of Hampton Injury Law.
I give Hampton Injury Law five stars. The staff was great and they helped me with my case.
Mr. Hoen and his staff helped me very much with my legal issue. I highly recommend the services of Hampton Injury Law if you need legal representation.
Mr.Hoen is a great attorney and I would recommend him to anyone. Anytime I had a question he would reassure me and answer my questions. The staff is very friendly and helpful. After all my...
In one sense, a truck accident case is similar to a car accident case in that both require you, the injured plaintiff, to prove that the other driver – the defendant – operated his or her vehicle in a careless manner and, in doing so, caused your injuries. But this is where the similarities end. Truck accident cases can be much more complex and involve evidence that is not seen in car accident cases, such as:
All of these pieces of evidence can provide valuable clues about who is at fault in a truck accident – but all of this important evidence can be lost forever if steps are not taken quickly after a truck crash to preserve it.
This is why it is important to hire an experienced truck crash lawyer to represent you after you have been involved in a truck accident. Jan Hoen of Hampton Injury Law has successfully represented numerous clients injured in truck accident cases. He knows the evidence you need to win and how to obtain this evidence.
A trucking company whose driver crashes into you has one thing on its mind: its bottom line. They know that trials are usually expensive and they would prefer to settle your case quickly. This might not be in your best interest, however, because the settlement you receive may be far less than what you need to pay your medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses. Taking a settlement offer without first consulting with a truck accident attorney can prevent you from obtaining additional compensation if your injuries turn out to be more severe than you initially thought.
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