Dump Truck Accident Lawyers South Amboy, NJ
Seasoned Attorneys Representing Victims Injured in Serious Dump Truck Accidents in Union County, Essex County, and Throughout NJ
Dump trucks are on New Jersey’s passenger vehicle roads every day and, due to their sheer size and mechanical complexities, pose specific types of danger to innocent victims, including other motorists and pedestrians. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reports that dump truck accidents cause the second-highest number of injuries and fatalities among all types of commercial vehicle incidents. And when dump truck accidents occur on NJ roads or highways, they can result in catastrophic injuries and, in the worst cases, deaths.
If you were seriously injured, or if a loved one was tragically killed, in a New Jersey dump truck accident, CourtLaw’s experienced trucking accident attorneys can help you win monetary compensation for your injuries and losses. At CourtLaw, our experienced attorneys represent victims who sustained significant injuries because of dump truck accidents in Middlesex County, Hudson County, Essex County, and throughout New Jersey.
CourtLaw’s Perth Amboy Truck Accident Injury Lawyers Know What to Do When You’ve Been Involved in a Dump Truck Accident
There are many factors which can cause a dump truck accident, including driver error and negligence, improper materials loading, and poor vehicle maintenance. While dump truck accidents typically occur because of driver error or negligence, determining who is responsible for a dump truck accident may require a comprehensive investigation by qualified professionals.
The most common causes of dump truck accidents in NJ include:
- Driver exceeding safe speeds.
- Making unsafe turns.
- Failure to signal.
- Tailgating other vehicles.
- Miscalculating turns.
- Insufficient driver focus/distracted driving.
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- Driver fatigue.
- Not paying attention to the surrounding environment.
- Unfamiliarity with truck’s limitations.
- Broken brake and emergency lights.
- Poor mechanical maintenance or defects.
The U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulates dump truck safety and conditions which could harm the public. When trucking companies or their drivers are responsible for dump truck accidents, they can be held responsible for your monetary damages in a personal injury lawsuit.
What Happens When a Dump Truck Driver or Trucking Company Doesn’t Comply with Federal Safety Regulations?
The FMCSA mandates that when a dump truck driver or company that violates or willfully and recklessly fails to comply with federal regulations which result in bodily injury or death, they can be held monetarily responsible. The FMCSA takes public safety very seriously, which works to your advantage when you’ve been injured because of a dump truck accident in New Jersey.
Why You Should Speak with CourtLaw’s NJ Dump Truck Driver Injury Attorneys Immediately
The FMCSA laws and regulations are designed to ensure that dump truck drivers and their companies follow public safety mandates. But when there has been a dump truck accident, the process of determining fault and collecting damages is complex. So, it’s important to hire attorneys who know how to conduct investigations and hold the dump truck driver or company or other responsible parties civilly responsible for your suffering.
In New Jersey, most personal injury actions have a two-year statute of limitations. However, keep in mind that the time limits for filing a personal injury claim can vary, depending on the accident circumstances. So, it’s important to not delay when contacting an attorney.
Contact Jersey City Dump Truck Accident Attorneys at CourtLaw Today
CourtLaw’s New Jersey dump truck accident attorneys have over 30 years of experience using our knowledge, resources, and skills to maneuver through the insurance and personal injury civil court litigation process. On your behalf, CourtLaw’s caring, respectful, compassionate attorneys will take over. We will handle the chaos and confusion of filing insurance claims, dealing with attorneys, and, if necessary, pursuing personal injury monetary damages through a civil court lawsuit.
Contact us today for a FREE case evaluation so we can advise you on your legal options and help you pursue your rightful monetary compensation. We represent clients in Perth Amboy, Jersey City, New Brunswick, Roselle, East Orange, Trenton, and throughout the rest of New Jersey. We’re available 24/7. Call for a quick response.