Have you been injured in a truck accident in Redondo Beach? If so, you need an experienced trucking accident lawyer on your side as soon as possible. Accidents involving big rigs are much more complicated than standard auto accidents – and these complications are seldom in the favor of victims. To learn more about your rights and how we can help you get maximum compensation, call 310-536-1000 to schedule a free consultation with a Los Angeles County truck accident lawyer at Kirtland & Packard, LLP.
What Makes Trucking Accidents so Complex?
Truck accidents typically involve serious injury or death. This alone can complicate the process of seeking and gaining fair compensation. However, one of the most complicated aspects of truck accident lawsuits in California is that many parties may share partial responsibility, and all of these parties will have lawyers and insurance companies on their side to try and minimize your settlement.
Parties that can be held liable following injury in a trucking accident include:
- The trucker
- The company the trucker works for
- The company that loaded and secured the cargo
- Mechanics and parts manufacturers
- Government entities
Without the help of an experienced Los Angeles trucking accident lawyer, those liable for your damages may be able to escape responsibility at your expense. The best way to make sure each party is held accountable and you are awarded every penny you are due is through swift and aggressive legal action taken by a dedicated truck accident lawyer.
At Kirtland & Packard, LLP, we fight for victims of serious injury caused by the negligence of others. Our team of truck accident attorneys has decades of combined experience and a proven history of securing large settlements for our clients. If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed in a trucking accident, please contact us to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help you get justice.
Kirtland & Packard, LLP is a personal injury law firm serving California from our office in Redondo Beach.