Auto and trucking accidents can result in very serious injuries, which is why it is important to hire a law firm that has successfully handled these types of cases. Personal Injury has been the core of the Kuzmich Law Firm P.C.'s practice for over 20 years. It is our firm's focus practice area and Steve Kuzmich is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. We also handle all other vehicle-related injury claims such as motorcycle accidents, etc. Our firm has decades of experience in handling auto and trucking accidents and we have obtained numerous significant case recoveries with these type of cases.
Our goal is to always seek the maximum recovery for your injuries. The insurance company has exactly the opposite goal—their goal is to pay you the smallest amount of money possible. If you, or someone you know, has been injured in an automobile collision, don’t trust an insurance company to be on your side.
You need an experienced team of advocates to be behind you from the very beginning, to protect your rights and your claim. We know how to deal with insurance companies. Steve Kuzmich’s experience as an insurance defense attorney has shown him the tricks and pitfalls insurance companies use to reduce your settlement.
Let our knowledge and experience work for you—call us today at 972.434.1555!
Auto and Trucking Accidents - What to Do if You Are Injured:
When there is an automobile or trucking accident, often people are confused about how to proceed. In general, these instructions should provide you with guidance:
- First, if you or anyone else is injured, call for medical help . Nothing is more important than your health and safety.
- Second, call the police! They may not end up coming or making a report in the case of lesser auto accidents, but it is always a good practice to call them.
- Third, get the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and driver’s license numbers of all persons involved in the accident. Also, be sure to get their insurance company name and policy number.
- Fourth, try to gather information about the time, and location of the accident, and any injuries that may have been caused by the accident. If you have a camera, try to get pictures of the scene, the people, any injuries, or property damage.