How to Manage Your Missouri Truck Accident

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Accidents involving vehicles can often result in serious injury or death. Even minor accidents can lead to large medical and property damage costs for the parties involved. However, often the largest losses in accidents are those that cannot be measured in dollars and cents. If you or a loved one has been the victim in a serious accident, you need an advocate that will protect you and your family. Do not go through this difficult time alone. At Price & Randle, LLC, we make it our business to protect you and your family as we help you deal with the aftermath of a serious accident. Contact Price & Randle, LLC for a Free Consultation.

The sooner you can hire an attorney, the better the chance that a thorough investigation of the scene and vehicles involved can be done. After an accident, vehicles are often altered, repaired or crushed very quickly. The accident scene is also very important to each case, and the scene can often change or be altered in a matter of days as skid marks fade, roads are resurfaced and the like. At Price & Randle, LLC, we conduct a thorough and prompt investigation to ensure that the evidence and your rights are protected and preserved. Contact Price & Randle, LLC for a Free Consultation.

While the onset of injuries in an automobile or trucking accident is often sudden and readily apparent, sometimes the injuries can take days, weeks or even months to manifest. Neck and lower back injuries are extremely common in vehicular accidents but may be masked and/or improperly diagnosed or treated for months or years. Prompt and thorough medical treatment is ideal to accurately determine the problem, begin the healing process and preserve the medical evidence showing that your injuries were caused by the accident. We help you through the treatment process, gather the medical records and billing, and provide the caring and support you need as you go through this difficult time. Contact Price & Randle, LLC for a Free Consultation.

There are a number of ways in which a victim in an accident may be able to recover their medical and property damage costs along with additional money for the harms caused by the negligent, reckless or intentional acts of another. Insurance coverage is generally the most likely means of recovery. Automobile and trucking insurance policies can be very complex. All drivers are required to have liability insurance policies; however, there are a myriad of additional coverages and not all policies are the same. Accidents involving multiple vehicles often invoke multiple insurance policies that all must be obtained and evaluated for potential coverage.

Consumers are often unaware of the different types of insurance policies and coverages. Although insurance companies have a duty to act in good faith, they often do not. Insurance adjustors regularly fail to inform their own insured and claimants about the full extent of coverage available.

Please remember, every injury claim has a statue of limitations. There is a limited period of time available in which to file your lawsuit. If you miss this window of opportunity, you cannot later bring a lawsuit and will be completely barred from pursuing a claim. This statutory time period varies depending on the type of case and particular fact pattern. It is absolutely essential that you protect your rights immediately. DO NOT SETTLE YOUR CLAIM OR SIGN A RELEASE WITHOUT CONSULTING AN ATTORNEY. At Price & Randle, LLC, we thoroughly evaluate all possible avenues that might provide compensation. This investigation includes an in depth process of insurance coverage evaluation and asset location. Contact Price & Randle, LLC for a Free Consultation.

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