Truck Accidents Caused by Company Negligence Lawyer in NJ
Seasoned Personal Injury Attorneys Representing Victims Injured in Serious Trucking Accidents in Perth Amboy, Paterson, Edison, and Throughout New Jersey
To foster a robust United States economy, commercial trucks must operate safely on our nation’s highways and roads. With 7.6 million large trucks transporting American goods, the 500,000 yearly truck accidents that occur are almost inevitable. According to the Federal Highway Administration, truck drivers travel an estimated 140 billion miles every year. And when these massive trucks collide with passenger vehicles or create dangerous road hazards, injuries can be severe and, too often, fatal.
If you were seriously injured, or if a loved one was tragically killed, in a New Jersey truck accident, CourtLaw’s experienced truck accident attorneys can help determine the accident cause and win monetary compensation for your injuries and loss.
At CourtLaw, our experienced attorneys represent victims injured because of truck accidents in Middlesex County, Union County, Hudson County, Essex County and elsewhere in NJ.
CourtLaw’s Newark Truck Accident Injury Lawyers Know What to Do When You’ve Been Involved in a Commercial Truck Accident
Large trucks are responsible for over 5,000 fatalities and 100,000 injuries yearly, on average. Statistics indicate that 42% of those accidents are caused by truck operator error or company negligence.
Commercial truck accidents are caused by a variety of circumstances and conditions, such as driver error, driver fatigue, defective vehicle maintenance, traffic law violations, alcohol and drug impairment, unfamiliarity with roadways, and other preventable circumstances and conditions. When accidents are the fault of commercial trucking companies or their drivers, those individuals and entities should be held accountable.
What Happens When a Driver or Trucking Company Doesn’t Comply with Federal Safety Regulations?
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has created regulations and laws that govern safety procedures to promote public safety. When those regulations aren’t followed, the likelihood of a catastrophic accident on a road or highway in New Jersey becomes significantly higher.
A trucking company that fails to comply with these regulations and laws can be held legally and financially responsible for accidents that occur as a result. In some cases, both the driver and the trucking company may also be criminally prosecuted.
Why You Should Contact CourtLaw’s Old Bridge Truck Accident Injury Attorneys About Your New Jersey Trucking Accident Today
The laws and regulations designed to prevent trucking company negligence can be complicated and hard to understand. Moreover, it can also be difficult to determine exactly who is at fault when a commercial vehicle accident happens. CourtLaw’s experienced NJ truck accident injury attorneys know precisely how to conduct investigations to determine what happened and how to hold the truck driver and trucking company responsible for your suffering.
In New Jersey, most personal injury actions have a two-year statute of limitations, but the time may vary depending on the accident circumstances. That’s why you should not wait before talking to an experienced personal injury lawyer about your NJ truck accident case.
Free Consultation with Experienced New Jersey Truck Accident Injury Attorneys at CourtLaw — We’ve Won Multi-Millions for Crash Victims in Woodbridge, Jersey City, and Elsewhere in NJ
CourtLaw’s New Jersey truck accident injury 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 that we can advise how you may be able to recover your rightful monetary compensation. 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.