Truck Accidents Caused by Improper Truck Maintenance Attorney in NJ
Respected Lawyers Representing Injured Victims in Serious Trucking Accidents in Perth Amboy, Jersey City, Edison, and Throughout New Jersey
With recent major federal safety provision changes and decreased regulations governing the commercial trucking industry, the risk of improper truck maintenance has increased.
At CourtLaw, our esteemed attorneys represent victims injured because of truck accidents in Middlesex County, Union County, Hudson County, Essex County, and throughout NJ. If you’ve been injured, or if a loved one was killed, because of a commercial truck accident in New Jersey, CourtLaw’s attorneys can help recover your financial losses.
CourtLaw’s Old Bridge & New Brunswick Truck Injury Lawyers Understand Truck Maintenance Safety Regulations
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has established strict and exacting guidelines designed to protect the public on the highways and roads of New Jersey. FMCSA regulations make trucking companies and their drivers responsible for systematic inspection, maintenance, and repair so that their trucks and equipment are in safe, working condition. In both cases, inspection reports must be kept and presented at the request of proper authorities.
Tragically, some trucking companies, in an unconscionable effort to lower costs, fail to follow FMCSA regulations, which leads to disastrous accidents and devastating injuries to innocent victims.
The FMCSA requires that trucks be regularly inspected by trained commercial truck mechanical technicians. Also, immediately before truck drivers begin a route, they must complete a pre- and post-trip inspection. Areas of the vehicle they should inspect include:
- Window visibility
- Rearview mirrors
- Tire wear and correct inflation
- Engine compartment stability
- Brakes and brake pads
- Steering system
- Trailer link (coupling) stability from the cab to the tractor unit
- Lights and reflectors – front, side, back
- Brake lights
- Load weight and security
Immediately following a truck crash, its cause may not be obvious. That’s why, when you have been injured or a loved one has been killed in a truck accident, you need experts to determine what happened. It’s important that you act fast and contact CourtLaw so that we can help.
Esteemed Attorneys at CourtLaw Guide Newark Truck Accident Victims Through Complex Litigation in New Jersey
In the event of a serious truck accident in NJ, we will hire investigators, medical experts, and forensic examiners to analyze what caused your accident and determine who’s to blame so that you can recover the maximum monetary compensation allowed by law. Then, we will fight to hold the responsible parties financially accountable for your injuries or for the death of a loved one.
And we will not charge you a penny until we win your rightful monetary settlement.
So, don’t go through this alone. Let CourtLaw’s experienced NJ truck accident attorneys help you through this painful, traumatic, and difficult process.
Contact the Paterson Truck Accident Injury Lawyers at CourtLaw – We’ve Won Multi-Millions for Our Clients in New Jersey
CourtLaw’s New Jersey truck accident injury attorneys have over 30 years of experience and will bring our knowledge, resources, and skills to help you maneuver through the insurance and personal injury civil court litigation process and recover fair monetary damages.
Contact us today for a FREE case evaluation and review so that we can explain how you may be able to recover financial damages from the trucking company that caused your injuries. We represent clients in Middlesex County, Union County, Essex County, Hudson County, Mercer County, and throughout the rest of New Jersey. We’re available 24/7. Call for a quick response.