Trucking Company Liability Insurance Covers Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Claims
When we sue a trucking company on behalf of a client (personal injury or wrongful death), we negotiate with the trucking company’s legal team and its insurer. The trucking company’s insurance provider is involved because it is the insurance company that ultimately pays the settlement or verdict. In some cases, more than one insurance company is involved because more than one company is liable (legally responsible).
Commercial trucks governed by the U.S. Department of Transportation must carry liability insurance for accidents that result in bodily injury or wrongful death. States require minimum liability coverage for commercial vehicles not regulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
If you have a claim, you can sue to get money from the trucking companies insurance provider. You can click here now to contact our attorneys about your case. It is free to talk to them, and they have decades of experience winning multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts.
What to Do When You are Contacted by an Insurance Company Representative
You will be contacted by at least one commercial truck insurance adjuster. DO NOT TALK TO THEM. Their job is to get information from you that will result in less compensation for you. If you are contacted, tell them you are hiring (or have hired) an attorney and give them our phone number, 612-338-0202.
Most people do not realize that even a friendly conversation with an insurance representative can be used against them. For example, most insurance representatives will express concern and ask how you are and/or how your child is, if the child was involved in the accident. Do not answer them. Remember that insurance representatives are trained to get information from you that the insurance company can use in its favor.
Report Your Accident to Your Insurance Company ASAP
Your insurance company is also involved. You need to report the accident to your insurance company. When you do, do not tell them how you feel or provide any information other then what is in the accident report. If your insurance company asks you a question that makes you uncomfortable, tell them to contact the lawyer at our firm who is representing you. Do not sign anything without contacting our truck accident lawyers first.
Commercial Trucking Insurance Companies
Insurance companies that insure trucking companies include, but are not limited to, the following:
ACE AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY
AXA RE PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESTATE
CAROLINA CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
CENTURY NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY
CHUBB INDEMNITY INSURANCE COMPANY
EMPIRE FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
ESSEX INSURANCE COMPANY
EVANSTON INSURANCE COMPANY
EVEREST NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY
FIDELITY AND GUARANTY INSURANCE COMPANY
FIREMAN’S FUND INSURANCE COMPANY
FIRSTCOMP INSURANCE COMPANY
GREAT AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY
GREAT WEST CASUALTY COMPANY
NATIONAL INDEPENDENT TRUCKERS INSURANCE COMPANY
NORTHLAND INSURANCE COMPANY
PROGRESSIVE INSURANCE COMPANY
QBE INSURANCE CORPORATION
REDWOOD FIRE AND CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
RIVERPORT INSURANCE COMPANY
SCOTTSDALE INDEMNITY COMPANY
SCOTTSDALE INSURANCE COMPANY
SENTRY SELECT INSURANCE COMPANY
SUTTER INSURANCE COMPANY
TOPA INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
WILSHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Attorneys Fred Pritzker, Eric Hageman and Brendan Flaherty are lead truck accident lawyers for our truck accident cases. You can click here now to contact them and get your free consultation. We are a national law firm with offices centrally located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.