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Win Against the Road Giants – Let Arash Law’s California Truck Accident Lawyers Secure Your Fair Compensation!

Large trucks look intimidating when you encounter them on the road. The truck companies are even more so when you demand settlements after getting in an accident involving one. Arash Law’s California truck accident lawyers under Arash Khorsandi, Esq. are committed to confronting them as they help you navigate the complicated nature of your situation. Contact us at (888) 488-1391 for a free, no-obligation consultation and get compensation for your injuries and losses.

Facing the aftermath of an accident can be more daunting when it involves larger vehicles like trucks. The injuries or loss of life, the suffering and emotional trauma, and the loss of income – your rights to recover damages should extend beyond these expenses. With over $500 Million in settlements recovered for our clients, Arash Law only has one goal: securing your future by getting you fairly compensated. And we will reach that goal no matter what.

Since several factors are at play in a truck accident, going after the negligent parties and proving their liability can get more complex than typical car accidents. Our California truck accident lawyers at Arash Law, with their invaluable expertise, understand this well. You deserve a fair settlement for dealing with the consequences of someone else’s negligence; now, let us help. We work on a contingency fee basis, so we won’t get paid until you do.

California Truck Accident Statistics

The National Safety Council Injury Facts said that 5,700 trucks were in fatal crashes in the United States in 2021, an 18% increase from 2020. 5,788 people died, a 17% increase. 72% of all deaths were occupants of other vehicles, 17% were truck occupants, and 11% were non-occupants, primarily pedestrians and bicyclists.

A total of 117,300 trucks were involved in injury crashes, a 12% increase from 2020, with 155,000 injuries, a 5% increase. The majority were other vehicle occupants (71%), followed by truck occupants (27%) and non-occupants (2%).
California is second among the states with the most deaths from these truck crashes (437), behind Texas (806). The majority of deaths, 328 (75%), were other vehicle occupants, 61 (14%) were non-occupant, and 48 (11%) were truck occupants. 416 large trucks were involved in these fatal crashes, 7% of total vehicles involved in fatal crashes.

Why You Need California Truck Accident Lawyers

While hiring a lawyer for every injury case may seem inconvenient, you will need a personal injury attorney, like our trusted California truck accident lawyers, to make an informed decision. This is especially true when dealing with the complexity of a truck accident.
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What Can California Truck Accident Lawyers Do for You?

Dedicated California truck accident lawyers not only fight for injured individuals or families of deceased victims in obtaining financial recoveries but also ensure the amount is fair and just, covering both their present and future needs.
Arash Khorsandi, Esq. and his team of California truck accident attorneys at Arash Law have the experience and expertise to create a comprehensive legal strategy that will get you compensated. More importantly, they have the compassion to pursue your claim on your behalf so you can focus on recovering from sustaining injuries or losing a loved one.
Here are some things we can help you with if you are a victim of a truck accident:
Assessing The Full Extent of Your Losses to Maximize Compensation.

Truck accidents carry a greater risk of serious injury or death for the victims than car accidents. Expert California truck accident lawyers will assess the severity of your injuries with medical experts to determine the most compensation you are eligible for.

After your accident, you may face hospitalizations, possible surgeries, costly rehabilitation, property damage, lost income, and emotional trauma. The expenses you have incurred and may even increase as you deal with the long-term effects of your injuries shall be evaluated. A compelling case establishing liability will be made using all this relevant information.

Building Up Your Case And Helping Establish Liability.

Qualified California truck accident lawyers will build a strong case for you with their deep understanding of the complex trucking regulations running the industry. They can identify regulatory violations that may have contributed to the accident by consulting with reconstruction experts and forensic specialists. Evidence such as black box data or driver's logbooks will be meticulously gathered to prove these violations.

Now, as they identify all potential at-fault entities, they also assess their degrees of responsibility. This entails higher compensation for your injuries and losses. Your case should be compelling enough to establish liability and will be used as leverage in negotiations with the insurance companies for a just settlement.

Negotiating with Powerful Insurance Companies for A Fair Settlement.

A thriving industry like trucking, generating $940.8 billion in the United States in 2022, involves a lot of entities. Thus, you can expect many accident experts and legal counsel representing them who will handle litigation with claimants and fight tooth and nail to minimize your injury, giving you the lowest settlement possible.

We at Arash Law know what we are up against. Prepared to take on them on your behalf, our California truck accident lawyers are skilled in aggressively yet tactfully negotiating with the insurers. We will gladly represent you in court if necessary.

Providing Legal Representation in Court if Insurance Companies Refuse to Settle.

Filing a lawsuit in court could be the last resort if the insurance company continues to give you the runaround. This may sound daunting, but expert California truck accident lawyers know how to build a compelling case to get favorable results.

Being well-versed in truck accident laws, they know exactly how the legal process unfolds. Their experience allows them to determine which strategies to use and how best to leverage them for their clients. They can see behind the insurer’s tactics to ensure your rights are safeguarded.

Truck accidents are our specialty, and we represent injured clients nationwide. Our California truck accident lawyers at Arash Law, led by Arash Khorsandi, Esq., will explain your rights and make you understand your legal options while building your case and preparing to present it to the insurance adjusters or court if necessary.
You need to physically and mentally recover in this difficult time. But you don’t have to recover alone. Let us handle your battle with the insurance companies.

Common Types of Truck Accidents in California

Large trucks are operated differently than smaller vehicles. Since they have larger turning radiuses and slower stopping speeds, they are more prone to rolling over. Terrible accidents can easily occur when drivers receive insufficient training, lack the necessary skills, and do not properly maintain their vehicles.
The following are five common types of truck accidents and their potential causes:
  • Jackknife – A jackknife accident occurs when the trailer swings outward to form a “jackknife” shape with the cab. This dangerous 90-degree angle can cause a truck to skid uncontrollably or flip. Without proper training and skills to brake properly, a driver can slam on the brakes too hard, causing a truck to jackknife.
  • Rollover – A big rig weighing up to 80,000 pounds can easily cause a rollover. They can turn on their sides if the driver loses control, collides with other cars or barriers, or goes off the road. A truck that rolled over can crush smaller vehicles and cause pileups on the road.
  • Tire blowout – Blowouts on the highway can be due to poor vehicle maintenance, old tires, or defective tires. When the driver reacts improperly to such situations, the truck may lose control. As a result, the large vehicle may swerve between lanes or head into oncoming traffic.
  • Rear-end collisions – Because trucks take longer time to stop than passenger cars, truck drivers must give themselves more space during a traffic stop. Truck drivers who are distracted, irresponsible, or reckless may not brake in time, resulting in a collision with the vehicle in front of them. People riding in the other vehicle are at high risk of injury since the truck’s impact is far more powerful than the car’s.
  • Unsafe loads – A hazardous load results from sloppy loading and disregarding federal cargo securement standards. This leads to unbalanced or overweight trucks, another potential cause for a rollover. Loose cargo caused by improper tie-downs on an open truck also poses a serious hazard as it can hit nearby vehicles.
There can be other types of truck accidents, each with its unique circumstances. Our trusted California truck accident lawyers at Arash Law, under the leadership of Arash Khorsandi, Esq., ensure that the particular nature of your case is well understood. It doesn’t matter how complicated the issue is. We can help you win it.
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What to Do After A Truck Accident in California
After a truck accident, it is essential to remain on the scene and wait for the authorities and medical personnel to arrive. Move the vehicle off the road if possible. Then, after gathering evidence to support filing a truck accident claim, make sure to inform your insurance provider and contact one of our award-winning California truck accident lawyers.
  • Do not leave the scene and call the police right away.

    The police’s duties at the scene of an accident include directing traffic, clearing the scene of debris, and assisting any injured parties. As a neutral party, their investigation reports also adds credibility to your case and will be crucial in proving negligence.

    The California Vehicle Code also requires drivers to report accidents involving death or injury within 24 hours. Don’t admit fault or guilt, but cooperate fully with law enforcement. Lastly, stay at the scene until instructed otherwise to avoid legal repercussions.

  • Contact emergency responders and immediately seek medical attention.

    Even if you think you were uninjured after a truck accident, let the emergency personnel examine you. You may be unable to assess the full extent of your injuries due to adrenaline rush and shock. Some injuries may even appear days later. Only a medical examination can detect health issues before they become noticeable.

    Records of medical visits, diagnosis, treatment, medications, and related expenses are valuable for building a strong case. Insurance companies and courts could assume the victims weren’t really harmed if they didn’t seek medical attention. This leads to inadequate compensation. So make sure you keep all of them.

  • Move vehicles to the shoulder of the road if possible.

    Truck accidents almost always cause obstruction on the road, leading to traffic congestion. If possible and safe to do so, preferably after documenting the scene by taking pictures and videos, move your vehicle to the shoulder and turn on your hazard lights to alert other motorists. Further accidents can be prevented with this.
    In some cases, including severe damages, injuries, or when instructed otherwise by law enforcement, moving the vehicles may not be possible or safe. Follow the instructions of emergency responders in these situations.

At this point, you may not be considering filing a truck accident claim, as ensuring your safety and that of others is paramount. Still, it is vital to know the steps in filing a claim and to go through with it as soon as possible.
How to File A Truck Accident Claim in California
After ensuring you and others involved are safe after a truck accident, gathering and preserving evidence becomes a priority in filing a claim. You must obtain information from other parties and witnesses respectfully, document the scene and your injuries through photos and videos, notify your insurer, and contact a California truck accident attorney.
  • Gather information from other drivers involved.

    Whenever possible, exchange all necessary information with the other drivers involved in the crash. This includes each party’s name, contact number, license number, plate number, insurance provider, and policy number. To facilitate a smooth resolution, remember to exchange information respectfully and cooperatively.

  • Take photos and videos of the scene if you are able.

    Take as many pictures and videos as possible, documenting the state of your car, the other vehicles involved, any nearby objects like skid marks and guardrails, and even conversations or interactions with other people. Take a comprehensive view from different angles.

    Visual evidence can be useful in reconstructing accidents to reveal what truly happened. However, when taking photos and videos, be respectful and considerate, prioritizing your safety as well as those around you.

  • Take photos of your injuries.

    Take pictures of the injuries you or others have sustained accurately and thoroughly. This is one essential way to document the damages you have incurred. Pictures of your injuries can greatly impact how the insurance company or the court perceives how you suffered from the accident.

  • Obtain witness testimonies.

    Memories may become distorted after a truck accident, so all parties may not fully remember how it happened. Worst, the other driver may intentionally blame you even if you’re entirely blameless.

    Witness statements can corroborate the injured party’s account in a personal injury case, demonstrating to the court that the victim was not at fault. When an accident occurs, many individuals are usually around to help out. Exchange as much information as you can with them to strengthen your case.

  • Notify your insurance provider about the accident.

    It’s best to contact your insurance company as soon as possible after the incident. Don’t feel obligated to provide any official or recorded statements right away. Your financial recovery could be negatively impacted if you confess fault for the accident or allow yourself to be misled into doing so. Remember, neither accept responsibility nor agree to pay the other driver any money.

  • Make sure you keep a journal.

    Keeping a journal after an accident has its benefits. Injuries sustained in truck accidents that often require extensive medical care take a long time to recover, and the initial pain may be forgotten. A journal will help you remember every thought and emotion you have. Keeping track of how long it took you to improve after an accident is crucial evidence for any personal injury claim.

  • Contact the skilled California Truck Accident Lawyers at Arash Law.

    Make sure our compassionate yet fierce California truck accident lawyers are beside you as you move toward financial recovery after an accident. Our personal injury lawyers at Arash Law go beyond finding simple and quick settlements. They identify all liable parties to get you the most money back.

What Not to Do After A Truck Accident
You should avoid doing things that may negatively impact your personal injury claim after a truck accident, such as apologizing, making assumptions, sharing the accident on social media, and disregarding your doctor’s advice.
  • Avoid apologizing. You may want to apologize simply to express how sorry you are for the accident, and that’s normal. Avoid the urge, however. Insurers will turn that apology into an acceptance of guilt on your end, using it against your claim.
  • Avoid making assumptions. Let the law enforcement and our reputable California truck accident lawyers speculate about how the accident happened. Just like apologizing, guessing about what occurred can damage your chances of recovering compensation. When questioned by authorities, simply provide the things you know and avoid making assumptions.
  • Avoid discussing the accident. You can talk about the accident to your family and friends but not to those involved. Negligent parties, such as the trucking company in case of a truck accident, may try to contact victims privately to reach a settlement. Avoid discussing anything with them, as it will only hurt your claim.
  • Avoid posting on social media. The urge these days to post everything on social media can be overwhelming to some. But this is one essential thing to avoid if you’ve been in a truck accident. If you claim to be badly injured but post pictures of a previous fun night out, the insurance adjusters can use such posts as evidence against your claim. Simply avoid discussing the accident online.
  • Avoid disregarding your doctor’s advice. Personal injury lawsuits are filed to seek compensation and benefits for injured parties. If you don’t do everything on your part to recover, the court may determine you aren’t seriously injured or don’t need compensation for treatment. Always listen to your doctor’s advice and follow any treatment recommendations they make after a truck accident.
How Is A Truck Accident Different from A Car Accident
Because trucks are larger than cars, truck accidents are more likely to result in serious injuries and deaths. Due to increased regulation, multiple parties may be liable, requiring an in-depth investigation. Compensation can also be increased, which in turn makes insurance companies fight harder against your claim. Rest assured that our experienced California truck accident lawyers will fight for you during the entire process.
Specifically, truck accidents differ from car accidents in the following ways:
  • Severe Injuries Or Death Is More Likely. A truck like an 18-wheeler, which weighs up to 80,000 pounds, colliding with a car, motorcycle, bicycle, or even a pedestrian will most likely cause catastrophic injuries or even death to the smaller vehicle’s occupants due to the greater momentum and force of impact.

    Survivors will probably end up with moderate to major injuries, including:

    • Traumatic brain injuries. Brain injuries are devastating as they can cause brain damage, interfering with the victim’s ability to work or simply enjoy life.
    • Back and neck injuries. A mild neck injury can lead to whiplash, which is temporary though painful. A severe one can lead to permanent paralysis.
    • Spinal cord injuries. Injury to the spinal cord can be severely damaging to the victim, often resulting in paralysis below the injury site.
    • Amputations. Traumatic amputation, whether of a fingertip or an entire limb, changes life. Even with reattachment, the part may never work properly. In any case, the victim must live without a finger, toe, arm, or leg.
    • Internal organ damage. Internal injuries can range from mild bruising that could heal by itself to a severe laceration that may need immediate surgery.
    • Broken bones. These injuries are extremely painful and can cause extensive problems in the long run.
    • Lacerations. Cuts or lacerations can be severe enough to leave scars or even require surgery.
    • Burns. In this injury, the skin is damaged by fire or excessive heat. Not only are they painful, but they also need time to heal and can cause physical and emotional scarring.
    • Wrongful death. A death is the worst thing that could happen in a truck accident. A wrongful death claim can be filed against the negligent party(ies) by the victim’s legal heirs.
  • A Set of Federal Regulations Is Followed. To ensure safety, truck drivers and trucking companies must comply with strict regulations set by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Breaking these guidelines often contributes to or even causes truck accidents. Some of these guidelines include:
    • Rules on Service Hours. The FMCSA limits the number of hours truck drivers can drive each work week up to 14 hours. They must also take rest breaks during their trips to avoid sleepy driving. These rest breaks must be regularly recorded in a logbook. They should also not drive with a blood alcohol concentration exceeding 0.04%.
    • Qualifications. Trucking companies are responsible for ensuring the drivers they hire are fully licensed and qualified to drive big rigs, dump trucks, and other huge vehicles.
    • Medical Certification. Passing a medical exam and getting a medical certificate proving physical and mental fitness are prerequisites for truck drivers. Renewal of this certification is required every two years.
    • Maintenance and Regular Inspections. Regularly inspecting, maintaining, and repairing trucks is an important part of trucking operations and is the responsibility of truckers and trucking companies.
  • Multiple Parties Could Be Liable. In a typical car crash involving only two motorists, negligence can fall on one or both. In a truck collision, there could be multiple entities at fault. While this could lead to several avenues for compensation, proving their negligence can easily get more complicated.

    Among the many parties invested in a truck’s operation that may be liable are:

    • Truck drivers. Accidents are often caused by truck drivers’ carelessness, such as speeding, drunk driving, texting, or disobeying the law. A higher standard is set for these drivers as trucks are more difficult to operate than regular cars. It can be fatal to ignore even the most basic of these differences.
    • Truck companies or operators. The trucking company could be held accountable after a truck accident. Failing to regularly maintain the vehicle, employing an incompetent driver, and breaking hours of service rules are all forms of negligence on their part.
    • Truck maintenance and repair shops. Maintenance and repairs of trucks are commonly outsourced by trucking companies to a specialized facility. They can be liable if faulty maintenance or repairs are to blame.
    • Truck manufacturers and parts suppliers. The manufacturer of the truck or its components might be liable for damages if a defective part contributed to the crash. These vehicles are more prone to wear and tear as they have more moving parts and are on the road longer. Regular maintenance is a must.
    • Any party in charge of loading the cargo. An accident caused by not securing the cargo loading could mean that the shipping company could also be responsible for compensating the victims.
  • A More Thorough Investigation Is Needed. Due to the possibility of multiple causes, violations of federal regulations, and multiple accountable parties, truck accidents are tougher to investigate.

    The evidence needed for the case can range from physical clues, photos or videos, and witnesses’ testimonies–all typical of a car accident–to truck driver’s logs, screening records, truck company hiring, maintenance reports, cargo loading manifests, electronic logging devices (ELDs), and the black box data.

  • Larger Settlements Are Possible. The severity of truck accidents means that victims are entitled to a higher compensation than those involved in other types of accidents. However, this will likely result in insurance companies disputing the claims or negotiating an unfair settlement, increasing the time and effort involved.
With reliable California truck accident lawyers, you can get full financial recovery despite the power imbalance brought by facing giant truck companies and insurance adjusters. Don’t expect them to give away money. The only way you can make them take your case seriously is when experienced California truck accident lawyers level the playing field.
How to Prove Your Truck Accident Case
The accident was not your fault, and you know it. However, this must be demonstrated in either an insurance claim or a court of law. In cases of personal injury arising from vehicle collisions, four factors establish negligence. A victim of a truck crash, through the help of our skilled California truck accident lawyers, must demonstrate the following:
  • A duty of care to drive sensibly and safely was owed to you by the truck driver.
  • That duty of care was violated or breached by the truck driver.
  • You or your loved one sustained injuries due to the careless act.
  • Due to the injuries, you or your loved one suffered losses and damages.
How Much a Truck Accident Case Is Worth in California – What Damages Can I Recover?
You may wonder how much you are entitled to in a personal injury claim. Trusted California truck accident lawyers can only estimate and pursue the highest compensation possible after deliberately investigating your case. But they cannot guarantee a particular amount, regardless of how strong your claim is.
Even so, some things are standard in most truck accident cases, particularly the type of damages victims can recover–economic and non-economic damages:
  • Economic Damages. These losses are measurable and proven with bills and receipts and are generally fully reimbursed. This includes:
    • Medical expenses. Hospital bills, ambulance fees, ongoing and future medical care like physical therapy, doctor’s visits and appointments, and rehabilitation expenses.
    • Loss of earnings or income. Loss of benefits and loss of earning potential.
    • Property damage. Vehicle repairs and replacement.
    • Additional economic damages. Costs related to home care, domestic help, child care, and home or vehicle modifications.
  • Non-Economic Damages. Calculating these losses gets tricky as it includes things not easily measurable:
    • Pain and suffering. The emotional and psychological consequences of the accidents and injuries sustained can be just as catastrophic.
    • Loss of quality of life. Injuries that incapacitate you can make it hard to enjoy life as much as you used to.
    • Loss of consortium. An injured spouse may be unable to provide their spouse the love, services, or support they provided before the accident.
  • Punitive Damages. These damages can be pursued when the at-fault party acted with willful disregard for the rights of others and was intentionally reckless. By imposing punitive damages, an injured party is punished and prevented from causing further injuries.
Our California truck accident lawyers at Arash Law, under the guidance of Arash Khorsandi, Esq., are skilled at evaluating the full range of potential damages for injured victims. They shall do everything in their power to get the best possible settlement for you.

When to Consult Truck Accident Lawyers California Trusts

It is imperative that you contact a truck accident lawyer as soon as possible after a truck accident. In addition to determining whether you have a valid case, they can assure that your right to compensation is protected and fought for.

What Is The Deadline for Filing A Truck Accident Claim in California

The statute of limitations governs how long you must file a personal injury lawsuit and claim damages from the at-fault party after an accident. In California, the time limit is two years from the date of the injury.

For property damage only, you have three years from the date of your truck accident. A claim against the government for road defects such as potholes and uneven pavements must be submitted within six months.
Remember, you may forever lose your chance to claim damages for a truck accident after the time limit. The courts, with very few exceptions, may extend the deadlines. Still, seek good legal counsel from our California truck accident lawyers at Arash Law without delay.
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A top rated and large delivery truck company rear ended our client on the freeway. Our client was a middle aged woman who suffered neck and back injuries. The defense tried to blame it on her weight and pre-existing conditions. Eventually, we were able to resolve the matter at mediation, before going to trial.
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A top rated and large delivery truck company rear ended our client on the freeway. Our client was a middle aged woman who suffered neck and back injuries. The defense tried to blame it on her weight and pre-existing conditions. Eventually, we were able to resolve the matter at mediation, before going to trial.

How to Choose the Right California Truck Accident Lawyer

The factors to consider before choosing a truck accident lawyer include expertise, experience, resources, communication, and testimonials from their clients. It’s important to think about them carefully. So you may want to keep the following things in mind when making your decision:
  • Professional Knowledge. The best California truck accident lawyers have an in-depth comprehension of all the trucking regulations, the difficulties in establishing liabilities, and the technicalities involved in this type of accident.
  • Vast Resources. To conduct an deep investigation and effectively present your case to the insurance adjusters or court, California truck accident lawyers should be able to access an expansive network of experts and resources.
  • Extensive Experience. When searching for a lawyer, look for someone with a lot of experience managing truck accident cases. They should be able to demonstrate a history of accomplishment in securing beneficial results for their clients.
  • Effective Communication. Communication is essential, and you should look for California truck accident lawyers who maintain an open line of communication with you at all times, ensuring you are kept up to date and that your concerns are heard and addressed. Find the best California truck accident attorneys who truly listen.
  • Client Testimonies. You can already get a sense of the lawyer’s track record and reputation, including the level of client satisfaction, by reading reviews and testimonials provided by prior clients.
Remember, competent California truck accident lawyers can be the breaking difference between securing fair compensation and receiving the least amount or nothing at all. So choose wisely.
Arash Law, founded and managed by Arash Khorsandi, Esq., is considered one of California’s most respected and biggest personal injury law firms. Over $500 Million in financial restitution has been collected for accident victims who needed help regaining control of their lives after a truck accident.

How Much Does Hiring California Truck Accident Lawyers Cost

It is common for California truck accident lawyers to work on a contingency fee basis, meaning they get paid only if they successfully recover compensation on your behalf. The contingency fee is normally calculated as a percentage of the recovered amount. To ensure that you fully know the financial arrangements, it is crucial to talk to the lawyer during your initial appointment about fee structures and any additional expenses.
It will cost you nothing to speak with one of our proficient California truck accident lawyers. A free consultation is offered to discuss the details of your case, and you are under no obligation to hire us afterward. In this conversation, you will learn whether your claim is viable and what you can do to prepare for and after filing it. Known as one of the state’s biggest personal injury law firms, the best truck accident lawyers California relies on are with us. You can be sure you’re in good hands.

Arash Law Stands as Your Advocate for Fair Compensation

While encountering large trucks on the road may frighten you, the reality of an accident involving one is definitely worse. The truck companies and their insurance providers may act like they care for your injuries enough to compensate you, but they care more for their bottom lines to give you less of what you deserve.

We at Arash Law, founded and managed by Arash Khorsandi, Esq., are with you in facing them head-on. Contact us today at (888) 488-1391 or complete the “Do I Have a Case?” form for a free, no-obligation consultation.

You can consult with us at home, work, or anywhere in the state. Our offices are conveniently located throughout California, including Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Diego, San Jose, Fresno, Oakland, Riverside, Orange County, Kern County, and Stanislaus County.