If you were in an accident with an 18-wheeler or other big commercial vehicle that wasn’t your fault, you have a right to compensation for your injuries. Navigating your insurance claim can be tricky and complex, but your Bangor, ME, truck accident lawyers at Lowry & Associates are ready to help you fight for maximum compensation. Get in touch with our truck accident legal team for a free case review. We want to hear your story and fight for your rights!
Were You Injured in a Truck Accident?
If you were hurt due to the carelessness of a big rig truck driver or company, let the 18-wheeler truck accident lawyers at Lowry & Associates fight for your rights.
Getting Help is Easy
You don’t even have to leave your home to get the legal help you need. Give us a call or fill out our online form. We take the rest from there!
You Deserve Your Compensation
You have the right to compensation under Maine state law, and you deserve a fair settlement for the injuries and losses you have suffered.
We Work on Contingency
Contingency means we don’t charge a fee for your case review, and we won’t charge anything unless we get you compensation.
Helping You Through Difficult Times
Accidents involving big commercial vehicles are often catastrophic. They can turn life as you know it upside down. You’re scared and angry, you feel betrayed, and you’re unsure what to do to pursue the compensation you know you deserve. You can’t work, your bills are piling up, and all you want is to get your life back. You’re not alone, and our team has helped many people in your position over the years.
Your Bangor, ME, truck accident lawyers at Lowry & Associates understand tough times. We believe in justice and in protecting your rights. We’ll stand up and give you the best shot at significant compensation for your injuries. We can take over the fight and the stress of pursuing compensation so you can focus on the fight of recovery.
See What Our Clients Are Saying About Us
My wife and I were happy with the way that you handled our case. We would certainly come to you again if needed!-Jasper C.
The people you have working for the firm were courteous and very helpful. I would recommend you to all my friends and family. Thank you!-Ricky G.
Everyone was excellent, you could not ask for a better team of professionals working on your side!-Misty B.
Between conversations and emails with Michael and Marie, I never felt as though I was not kept in the know about my case. They were an incredible part of my team!-Kristen D.
Most of the time I felt like your whole group was treating me like I was the only client!-Rodney M.
Keep up the good work! I hope I do not…But if I ever do need another accident attorney, you are top on my list!-Jason B.
From what I have seen over the past couple of years, your firm is represented by a professional team who treat their clients honestly, fairly, and with dignity. I am so glad I switched to your firm!-Denise R.
Michael Vaughn was extremely helpful to us throughout the case. He was responsible to our needs and requests, and dealt with some very frustrating circumstances with grace and diplomacy.-Marsha R.
Marie Lopez is a great lady. She was up on everything! I could call anytime and she had all the paperwork on hand!-Lenora M.
I feel the firm handled my case in an honest and professional way. I am very happy with my results and would use your firm in the future (though hopefully I won’t have to!)-Robyn B.
Do I Have a Case?
If you were hurt in a big truck accident that wasn’t your fault, you probably have a case for compensation for your injuries and losses. Here are a few factors your Lowry & Associates lawyer will look over during your case review to determine if you have a case and how much your case may be worth.
Every state has a statute of limitations, which is the legal time limit you have to file your truck accident lawsuit. In Maine, this time limit is six years from the date of the accident. If you fail to file before this deadline, then you could lose your right to compensation.
Depending on the details of your case, there may be other deadlines you need to meet to qualify for the maximum compensation. We recommend seeking a free case review with one of our experienced Bangor, ME, truck accident lawyers so they can help you seek your best legal options and ensure you are aware of any upcoming deadlines.
Truck accidents often become complicated because many parties might be involved. The truck driver, the trucking company, the cargo loading company, the maintenance crew, and even the manufacturer of defective parts can all be partially responsible. We need to prove someone else acted carelessly, their actions led to the accident, and you got hurt as a direct result. This is called negligence. Your Lowry & Associates lawyer will know exactly what evidence you need to build your best case to hold the right people accountable for their negligence.
Were You Hurt in an 18-Wheeler Crash?
If you were hurt by a careless truck driver, you have rights and you deserve compensation. Lowry & Associates can fight for you.
What Compensation Can I Get?
You may be entitled to compensation for a variety of injuries and losses. These may include:
- Your medical bills
- Your lost wages
- Pain and suffering, such as PTSD, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of comfort and consortium, and other “invisible” injuries
Maine has a modified comparative fault law, which means your award can be reduced by the amount of responsibility you hold in causing the accident. If you are found 50% or more responsible, you lose your right to any compensation. Your Lowry & Associates lawyer will know what evidence your case needs to seek the maximum compensation and prove the facts of who was responsible for your injuries.
We Get The RESULTS You Need After An Accident
How Can a Lawyer Help?
A qualified truck accident attorney will give you the best chance at the maximum compensation you deserve for your injuries. Your Bangor, ME, truck accident lawyer can be the solution to navigating the complicated waters of your injury suit. Truck accidents can be complex because many different parties can be involved, but your attorney can break down what happened and hold the right people accountable.
When you work with Lowry & Associates, we can guide you towards the compensation you didn’t know you were able to collect. We will negotiate your settlement, build an iron-clad case, and help you avoid critical mistakes. Our team is dedicated to providing a compassionate ear, a friend, and a partner in your battle for compensation.
What Comes Next?
We will gather all the information, documents, and evidence we need to represent your interests and seek maximum compensation.
We will work hard to negotiate with the insurance adjusters to ensure your case is advocated for and that you don’t settle for less than you deserve.
It is very rare that truck accident cases end up in court. On the chance we do need to go to court, we will make sure you have the support you need and represent you every step of the way.
Once we arrive at an agreed-upon settlement, you’ve waited long enough. Your Lowry & Associates lawyer gets to work so you get your check as soon as possible.
Did You Get Hurt in a Big Rig Accident?
If you got hurt by a careless semi-truck driver, you have the right to compensation for your injuries. Let Lowry & Associates fight for you!
Frequently Asked Questions
You are allowed under the law to represent yourself in your case. However, the defendant will have lawyers on their side, and a qualified and experienced Maine truck accident attorney in your corner gives you the best chance to fight for compensation.
At Lowry & Associates, your attorney won’t cost you anything upfront. You don’t have to pay for the free case review, and you won’t owe any fees at all unless we get compensation for you.
Negligence just means, “who is at fault?” To prove who is responsible, your Lowry & Associates lawyer will have to prove they acted carelessly, their actions led to the accident, and your injury is the direct result of the accident.
Contributory negligence is another way to say “comparative fault.” It means that, for example, if you are 20% responsible for the accident, your settlement will be reduced by 20%. In Maine, if you are 50% or more responsible, you won’t receive any compensation.
A statute of limitations is a time limit you have to file your case. In Maine, you must file a lawsuit within six years of the accident for personal injury. In cases of wrongful death, you must file a lawsuit within two years of the date of the deceased person’s death. Other deadlines may apply to your Maine truck accident case, so get in touch with one of our lawyers today to make sure your case is on the right track.