Truck Accident Attorneys in Phoenix, Arizona 

Many of us know the pain and stress that comes with car accidents. From dealing with insurance companies to unbearable pain, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Truck accidents, on the other hand, are a whole other issue. Due to the large size of trucks, the impact from the wreck can cause more damage to your car and more serious injuries to your body.  

If this has happened to you, contact our twin-brother personal injury attorneys now. At Faussette and Faussette PLLC, we seek to take the burden of truck accidents off your shoulders and fight for the justice and compensation you deserve. We serve the greater Pheonix, Arizona area including Glendale, Peoria, Scottsdale, Gilbert, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, and Goodyear. Your first meeting with us will be free. 

Federal & Arizona Truck Accident Laws 

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations were first created in the 1930s as a way for interstate commercial truck drivers’ jobs safe. Why does this affect you? There are many factors that can play into your truck accident insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit such as:  

  • The type of truck involved in the accident 

  • The contents of what was being carried 

  • Whether the driver was on or off the clock 

  • The speed the truck was going at the time of the wreck 

  • If the truck has the required safety precautions 

As your attorneys, we will build a strategy to help you seek the best outcome possible.

In the state of Arizona, you only have two years to file a personal injury lawsuit regardless of when your injuries appeared more than two years after the date of the accident. It is essential, after an accident, to seek medical help and the advice of a personal injury attorney so that you can swiftly find a remedy to both your injuries and your legal troubles. If you are a victim of a truck accident in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, reach out to us today at Faussette and Faussette PLLC. 

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Determining Fault in Arizona 

If you are injured in an auto accident, some states require you to file a claim with your own insurance company regardless of who is at fault. This is called a “no-fault” state. The only exception to that law is if the injuries are especially harsh.  

Arizona operates as an “at-fault” state. Under this system, the person who is found liable for the accident must have his or her insurance company pay for all of the costs including medical bills, property damage, loss of wages, and more.  

Truck Accident Resulting in a Wrongful Death 

Unfortunately, some truck accidents may lead to death. If your loved one died due to a truck accident, you may be able to hold the at-fault party accountable. Parents, guardians, spouses, children, and legal representatives (executors) may file a wrongful death lawsuit in Arizona as long as they do so within the two-year window set by the state’s statute of limitations. Our attorneys will handle the entire case for you so that you can focus on healing. 

Turn to Knowledgeable Personal Injury Attorneys  

The logistics of a truck accident can be more complex than that of an ordinary automobile accident. Due to federal laws and regulations and the applicable state laws, it is beneficial to have a personal injury attorney lead you through the case. At Faussette and Faussette PLLC, our attorneys are twin brothers with one goal: to seek the best solution possible. If you have been in a truck accident in Phoenix, Glendale, Peoria, Scottsdale, Gilbert, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, or Goodyear, Arizona, contact us today and schedule your free consultation. 

Truck Accident Attorneys in Phoenix, Arizona 

Our personal injury attorneys at Faussette and Faussette PLLC are here to guide you through the complex process of truck accident cases. Whether the semi-truck was speeding or the contents of the truck fell off and harmed you, you deserve to pursue the financial compensation you need to recover. Reach out to our Phoenix office to get set up with a complimentary consultation.