Truck accidents can cause serious damage. From traumatic brain injury to spinal cord damage, the sheer size and weight of trucks can lead to severe injury to motor vehicle drivers during a collision. If you are in a truck accident in Boulder, you can experience many physical, emotional, and financial consequences. To recover from these damages, you will need to file an insurance claim or lawsuit in civil court — and Jordan, Herington & Rowley can help. Our truck accident attorneys will advocate aggressively for your right to compensation.
Why Choose Us?
- Our attorneys have handled many truck accident claims over our years of operation. We understand the strategies and processes necessary to help you recover the funds you need to heal.
- Our firm operates on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not have to pay legal fees unless we secure a settlement on your behalf.
- We believe in open, honest communication from consultation to settlement. Our attorneys are available to answer any questions you may have and inform you of important developments in your case.
Common Injuries in Boulder Truck AccidentsTruck accidents can be devastating, leading to severe, life-altering injuries that require long term care. Some of the most common truck accident injuries include the following.
- Broken bones and fractures
- Back and neck injuries, including dislocated spinal discs
- Head injuries, including traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord damage and paralysis
- Cuts and lacerations
- Internal organ damage, along with rib and torso injuries
What to Do After a Truck Accident in BoulderThe moments after a truck accident are vital for collecting and preserving evidence for your future claim. If you are able to move around safely and without causing further injury, take the following steps after your accident.
- Call 911 for emergency medical services and law enforcement. Speak to the police officer and collect his or her badge number so you can find the report later.
- Receive medical attention, even if you do not feel hurt. You may have injuries you are not aware of and your medical records will be important pieces of evidence.
- Take pictures of the scene if it is safe to do so. Make sure to photograph both vehicles, license plates, your injuries, and the area around the accident.
- Exchange information with the truck driver. Collect contact information as well as insurance, driver’s license, and employer details.
- If there are any witnesses at the scene, ask them for their contact information so you can contact them for your future claim.