accident caused by opponet in court. My age (57) two tractors collision.Injuries include: Back injuries ,leg injuries and Depression
Cases involving tractor trailer are different than any other type of collision case. There are special rules that apply to tractor trailer companies and their drivers that need to be investigated. While police usually do a good job with investigating motor vehicle accidents, sometimes they do not pay attention to these differences because these special issues may not be relevant to their investigation. It takes an attorney that is familiar with trucking cases to accurately investigate any claim involving tractor trailers. We used to truck drivers and know the ins and outs of these cases and how their insurance companies think. Regardless of who you decide to talk to about your possible claims, be sure that they know these important differences.
There is not enough information for an attorney to give you an informed opinion here. You should either post more details and your question about things like who was determined at fault for the collision, how bad the crash was, what the diagnosed injures are, the treatment that you have undergone and prognosis for your future, lost time from work, etc., so we can provide you with general answers that may give you some guidance as to how to proceed, or you should take advantage of a free consultation with a good Georgia personal injury lawer who will consider the facts in more detail and give you a more detailed opinion. In general, the sooner you consult an attorney about your rights the better.
Your question is a little hard to understand but if your talking about going to Court and your insurance company then you likely have an attorney. You should ask your attorney this question. I know from personal experience of over a dozen civil jury trials, jury members do not like it when parties are not present. The jury members did not really want to be in Court all day but they are required to; they dont like to see parties skip out on the proceedings. Talk to your attorney though, if you saying the other person caused the accident, you will likely need to be there to support your assertions. Ask your attorney. Good luck.
There is simply not enough information to answer this question properly. If you have an attorney than he/she is the one you should sit down with and discuss this matter with. There are so many variables to a case it is not possible for anyone else to advise you without reviewing your entire file and knowing all the facts. Who better than your attorney? Good luck
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