Answering Your Questions About Truck Accidents

At Rosenberg, Eisenberg & Associates, LLC, we believe it is critical that you have all the information you need to make smart decisions following an accident. If you are suffering injuries from a truck accident, you likely need all the compensation you can obtain to cover your medical bills, lost wages and other expenses.

Following are answers to some common questions about trucking accidents. However, you should feel free to call 847-496-3363 if you have additional questions or concerns.

Who Can I Sue After A Truck Accident?

Depending on the circumstances, numerous people may be liable for your injuries. This may include the truck driver, the trucking company, the owner of the truck and the manufacturer of the truck or truck parts. Other drivers may also have contributed to the accident. Our attorneys are committed to exhausting every option in seeking the compensation you deserve.

How Much Compensation Can I Obtain In A Lawsuit Against A Trucking Company?

There are so many variables among truck accidents that it is impossible to estimate how much your case will be worth. Typical damages our lawyers seek for victims include current and future medical expenses, current and future lost wages, pain and suffering, and emotional distress. You may also be eligible to collect funeral expenses and other compensation if a truck accident resulted in the death of a family member.

Can I Still Recover Damages If The Truck Accident Was Partially My Fault?

Illinois' comparative fault laws stipulate that if a court finds you are more than 50 percent responsible for causing an accident, you may not pursue compensation through a personal injury claim. Comparative negligence also means insurers may reduce the amount of money they offer in proportion to how much fault you contributed to the accident. We will use our skill and experience to protect your right to seek the damages you deserve.

Why Do I Need An Attorney After A Truck Accident?

The factors involved in most truck accidents are complex. An experienced attorney has the resources to pursue the compensation you need, including experts in the fields of safety, medicine and truck maintenance. We have successfully handled these cases before, and we will use our energy to help you reach your goals.

We will put our more than 60 years of combined experience to work for you in our aggressive efforts to hold responsible every person and entity whose negligence led to your suffering. Call our offices in Arlington Heights or Stockton at 847-496-3363 to set up a free consultation with one of our dedicated attorneys. You can also use our convenient online form. Interpreting services are available.