I was hit October 1,2016 by a semi truck were I have suffered two strokes all my ribs broken both my knees as well as both my ankles I stayed in life support for two months and did physical therapy for a month. Which I see a lot of recovery in my ...
I am sorry to hear of the incident and your serious injuries. Given the nature of the crash, it is likely that an investigation occurred. There are ways to determine the name of the driver, however, you can bring a lawsuit against the trucking company.
I would suggest that you contact and consult with a Seattle Trucking Lawyer. Check on the internet for qualified attorneys or go to the "find a lawyer" tab.
It is important that you hire an experienced lawyer who can properly file and litigate the claim.See question
I had a tow company haul my truck, the starter went out. The tow driver damaged the truck. The manager accepted responsibility, however they did not pay the entire repair bill. Their mistake caused replacement of two front tires, they only paid f...
Consult with a local attorney to discuss the specific details of the situation and lost wages.See question
On the way to the hospital a drunk drive struck the ambulance. My husband was not strapped down properly and he flew off the gurnee, hit the metal diamond plate and then crunched up in the floor. He received a concussion.
I would suggest that you contact a local personal injury attorney to discuss the details and to evaluate a possible claim. It is also important that your husband get proper medical care for his injuries.See question
Long story short... I use my personal truck for work. While on the clock with company logo on both driver and passenger doors and on a company site my truck was severly damaged. After speaking with DM and HR I was told they won't cover anything...
I would take the handbook and meet with a local attorney. I would provide the attorney with the details of your work and how your truck is used on behalf of the company. I would also contact your own insurance company to report the incident.See question
My company installed equipment on a diesel truck that was supposed to be financed. After the truck owner took possession of his vehicle, the finance company needed small additional items to be completed by the truck owner. The owner refused to pro...
While suing the owner is an option, the cost of the lawsuit may not make sense. I would contact a local collection attorney to review the options. Get the consultation.See question
They want to monitor the driver
What here is your question? Talk with your company about the reasoning.See question
I arrived at work and three men wanted to rob the company but when they couldn't get in safe they took my car and other personal items and shoot at my co worker
It would not appear that your company had any responsibility for the robbery, however, there may be various insurance coverage available. You should ask your employer whether or not there is any coverage. Also, if you were actually at work, you may be able to seek workers compensation benefits. I would consult with a local attorney. Go to the "find a lawyer" tab and look for a local lawyer to consult with on the issue. Best wishes.See question
Picked the truck up. Drove less than 20 miles and my truck caught on fire. Am I going to eat the loss if insurance doesn't want cover it or what can I do?
I would suggest that you talk with an attorney to assist with the loss and coverage. Consult with someone in your community. Hopefully there is full coverageSee question
I hit with a metal rod between the eyes and I fractured a tooth internally and I lost it at work. I inform the assistant manager immediately after accident . the next day I form the store manager...they both did not take action to file the accid...
There are certain deadlines that generally apply to filing a claim. Contact and talk with a local attorney. You likely have a workers compensation claim.See question
I ran a stop sign and T-boned another truck
I would contact your insurance carrier and report the incident. I would contact and consult with a local attorney. Most provide for a free consultation. I would refrain from emailing or discussing the matter outside of your insurance carrier and consulting attorney.See question