Truck Accident Statute of Limitations

Truck Accident Statute of Limitation

Truck Accident Statute of LimitationIf you have been injured in a commercial vehicle wreck and are seeking compensation, you will have to make sure you file your claim before the Arizona truck accident statute of limitations expires. You will also need an experienced lawyer by your side to make sure you receive a fair settlement offer from the insurance companies. Contact our office to schedule a free consultation.

Truck Accident Statute of Limitations | Deadline to File a Claim

In order to be eligible for compensation, you must bring your claim within two years from the date of your accident. If miss the two-year deadline, you will be barred from compensation. If you go to an attorney a day before the two-year deadline runs out, they will not be able to help you. The sooner you get to an attorney, the better. It is important that you give your attorney as much time as possible to build you a strong case.

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Truck Accident Statute of Limitations | How Compensation Works

Arizona allows for a lot of leeway in regards to getting compensation. We follow the rules of pure comparative negligence. What that means is if you have been deemed partially at fault for the accident, you can still receive compensation. Even if you are 99% at fault, you can still get compensation. The only catch is that your compensation will be reduced by the percent of fault you are deemed. For instance, if you are deemed 10% at fault and you are awarded $100,000 for your damages, you will be allowed to collect $90,000 of it to account for your partial fault. The only way to be completely barred from compensation is if you are 100% at fault for the accident. We will work hard to make sure that you are not blamed for the accident and that you receive full compensation for your damages.

If you have a serious injury from a truck accident, please do not hesitate to call our Arizona truck accident attorney today for a free consultation. We will do everything in our power to protect your right to compensation. We will handle the insurance company and make sure they are held accountable for the negligence of the insured. We will keep you from being blamed for the accident and ensure that you get the best possible result. Call our office today to set up your free consultation.