Fighting For The Victims Of Truck Accidents In Indiana

The trucking industry is vital for our economy, delivering goods from manufacturers to our consumers on our extensive network of highway systems. This equates to thousands of trucks sharing roads with hardworking Hoosiers, especially on I-65, I-69, U.S. 30 and I-94. However, every 16 minutes in the United States, a person suffers an injury or wrongful death due to a truck accident.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a truck accident in Indiana, call Tabor Law Firm today. We have handled hundreds of truck accident cases, and we work diligently to ensure everyone gets the legal support they need to obtain the full compensation they deserve.

The Right Representation For A Complex Case

Truck accidents are a more complicated process than car crashes, and our lawyers will work with you to simplify the process and investigate the situation fully in an effort to establish liability/fault in order to receive the compensation you deserve.

We will determine:

  • Who was involved? It's not always as straightforward as it seems. We uncover the people and companies involved and address liability to make sure you're dealing with the right people. This will help you get the recovery you deserve from everyone responsible as quickly as possible, without all the confusion.
    There are multiple layers of potential responsibility with a truck accident, and laws that regulate the trucking industry are stricter than those that apply to passenger vehicles. A Tabor Law Firm investigation will uncover whether the driver was compliant with all of them and help you assign liability in your case. We will examine critical evidence such as logbooks and the tractor and trailer themselves before the trucking company can perform repairs.
  • What are your harms and losses? Unless you have a minor injury, which rarely happens, you will need an attorney. We will look at past and future medical expenses; past and future loss of income/earning capacity; past and future pain, suffering, emotional distress; and loss of quality of life.
  • Who will pay your medical bills? The trucking company may not pay for your medical bills until you receive your settlement, which may take over a year. Your own health insurance or automobile insurer will usually pay your bills while your case is pending. We will review your insurance coverage to determine who will pay your bills while your case is pending.

Do Not Delay. Talk To Tabor Law Firm Today.

The trucking companies, insurance companies and their attorneys know Tabor Law Firm, and know we cannot be pushed around, and that we take our client's cases seriously. We invite you to schedule a free consultation and learn how we will put those skills to use for you. Call our office in Indianapolis at 317-643-7009 or 800-266-7103.