If you’re in an accident involving a delivery truck, you may be wondering what your case is worth. At the end of the day, a number of different factors can play a role in how much you can recover for your injuries and losses. It’s vital to have a lawyer on your side so that you can take the proper steps toward legal action.
Whenever a problem arises, and a delivery truck driver causes a crash, you can hold the negligent party accountable. Below, our team will detail the time of compensation you may recover.
Compensation for Your Monetary Losses
Delivery trucks can be a bit larger than your normal passenger vehicle, so they can potentially cause severe injuries. You may experience monetary losses because of your injuries, and your lawsuit or claim can seek to recover those losses, including the following:
- Any medical bills occurring because of the injuries
- Lost wages if you are unable to work due to your injuries
- Lost earning capacity if your injury forces a career change
- Modifications to your home or vehicle if your injury is catastrophic
Compensation for Your Non-Monetary Losses
Delivery truck companies and drivers may also be responsible for non-economic compensation associated with your injuries. For instance, if you experience a loss of enjoyment in life, you may recover compensation for the pain and suffering you have endured. The mental trauma can become difficult to deal with, so you may recover compensation for the changes to the life you experience.
At Lowe Law Group, we care about helping you. It can be a challenging time for you while you deal with the physical damages associated with the crash, as well as the emotional damages and financial hardship. Our delivery truck accident attorneys go above and beyond to provide you with the highest level of legal counsel when it matters most to you.