Acclaimed Truck Accident Attorney Serving Baton Rouge
Danny Russell is a truck accident lawyer based in Baton Rouge who will fight on your behalf to get you the financial compensation you deserve when you or a loved one is the victim of a serious collision.
As you might expect, once fault has been determined, insurance companies representing responsible parties are reluctant to shell out any more money than they absolutely have to. That’s why victims are routinely offered sums that may seem like a substantial amount of money to most people but which are actually a great deal less than what they are entitled to.
It’s only later when many victims realize that they have signed away the right to obtain a much larger amount. By coming on board with the Russell Law Firm, you are getting a skilled and knowledgeable auto accident attorney who will make sure that the big insurance companies are playing fairly so that you get your due.
Truck Accidents are Different
Accidents involving big rig trucks are more dangerous than ordinary traffic accidents, as 18-wheelers obviously tend to be many magnitudes larger than most personal vehicles and therefore are much more capable of destruction.
It is not uncommon for vehicle collisions involving big trucks to prove catastrophic for everyone in the smaller vehicle(s) involved, with substantial medical expense and property damages almost guaranteed. They are also that much more likely to result in a wrongful death.
Trucking companies tend to carry exceptionally high liability insurance policies for their drivers, but their insurance providers rarely dispense full compensation without a fight. That’s where the Russell Law Firm comes in.
If you believe you that an insurance company may withhold the amount you are owed after a truck collision that was the fault of another driver, our firm stands ready to assist. We even offer free initial consultations.
By: Danny Russell, Esq.
Information furnished herein is only general and not a substitute for personalized legal advice. ****The photograph above is not a depiction of any actual event or scene, but merely a dramatization.