Tractor trailer accidents continue to increase in South Carolina since 2014. South Carolina’s economic success comes largely from manufacturing, overseas imports and transport of goods and supplies. This means sharing South Carolina interstates and highways with semi-trucks and 18-wheelers. Unfortunately, the demand for faster transportation of goods causes poor choices to be made which can result in a truck-and-car collision with devastating consequences. Typically, the car driver and passengers always fare worse than the tractor trailer.

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TRACTOR TRAILER ACCIDENTS

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Prior results should not and cannot be relied on to create any expectation about what can be recovered for a client in a subsequent case or considered as a description or characterization of the quality of the firm’s work. The value of every case is determined based on specific factual and legal circumstances.

The Unthinkable Happened. Now What?

Automobile drivers and passengers in a tractor trailer collision, typically sustain physical and emotional harm. After an accident, insurance claims representatives reach out with one primary objective: settle the case for the least amount. Once you accept their offer, the ability to hold them responsible for future medical problems caused by the collision, along with medical bills that come with it, is completely lost.

 

Contact Thad L. Myers, P.A. and Associates before speaking with insurance claims representatives. Trust us to take care of the legal and insurance matters so you can focus on your health and recovery. While you work at getting recovering and we work on holding all negligent parties responsible.

After an accident, insurance claims representatives want recorded statements, permission for health record authorizations, questions answered that may be unfavorable in your case and claims.