Truck Accident Injury Lawyer Alberta
Injured in a truck accident? Mayer Law can help.
Truck accidents are statistically more dangerous than regular motor-vehicle accidents, and as an essential service that our economy relies on, trucking is an industry that employs thousands of Albertans. If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, as an employee, or due to involvement with a truck, your injuries may be more severe due to the sheer size and weight of the vehicle. If you’ve been involved in an accident, even if you feel okay, you should seek medical treatment immediately as injuries often don't present symptoms immediately and can become progressively worse.
Involvement in a truck accident can cause distress beyond injury. You may find yourself unable to work for prolonged periods of time, or permanently. You may need to replace your vehicle, and deal with the burden of filing and fighting for your deserved compensation against professional defenders. This undertaking can be overwhelming on its own but having to deal with this through a traumatic injury can take a further toll on your health and your family.
Mayer Law has the background to lighten your burden and fight for the restitution you deserve. With over 30 years of experience in the injury law field, and active memberships across provincial and national law associations, Mayer Law can help you achieve a successful resolution of your claim.
Norma Mayer is a compassionate professional whose strategic approach has successfully recovered compensation for clients who needed support and proficiency. If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, do not delay in contacting Mayer Law to begin the process. The preservation of evidence is paramount in building your case. Contact Ms. Mayer today to begin the process of restoring what’s rightfully owed to you.
How to Get Started
Get started with Mayer Law through the step-by-step engagement process, which explores the client-representative fit, moves forward only through mutual engagement, and begins the work to recover compensation.