Compensation in Truck Accident Claims
Have you been injured in an automobile accident with a truck? There are unique factors that need to be considered in truck accident cases that make them different than an ordinary car accident. The Trucking Industry Defense Association has attorneys, insurance adjusters, accident reconstructionists and other specialists who respond immediately to the scene of serious truck accidents. They begin building their case immediately.
At the Law Firm of Paul A. Casi II, we are ready to do the same for you. We will fight to get you the compensation you need. Based in Louisville, we serve clients throughout Kentucky.
Known for Our Experience in Truck Accident Cases
We are known for handling complex truck accident cases. Paul A. Casi II is frequently asked to share his knowledge with other attorneys at legal conferences. He has been invited to speak on topics such as handling oversize load cases, accident reconstruction and automobile black boxes.
When a semi truck carrying coal, farm equipment or other cargo causes an accident, we can take action. We can handle cases involving 18-wheelers, as well as oversized loads and specialty carriers. The importance of accident reconstruction and other expert assistance is often critical in these cases.
Examples of Truck Accident Recreation
We know the common causes of trucking accidents. We know how to hold drivers and truck companies accountable for truck accidents due to negligence.
Make Sure You Get the Compensation You Deserve
Truck accidents often result in a serious personal injury. You may need lifelong care. This care is expensive. You should not have to deal with this financial burden in addition to the pain you have suffered. Our goal is to obtain compensation to cover medical costs, lost wages and lost future earnings. Paul A. Casi II, has more than 21 years of experience achieving that goal.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
Call us at 502-584-0404 or contact us to schedule a free consultation with an experienced lawyer.
All truck accident cases are handled on a contingency basis.