Category: Truck Accidents

Why You Need a Truck Accident Lawyer

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Why You Need a Truck Accident Lawyer

If you sustained injuries in a truck accident, you could recover compensation. But handling legal action on your own may mean losing the chance to recover damages for your truck accident. An experienced truck accident lawyer in Long Island can maximize your payout and get your life back on track.  Understanding Truck Accidents Every year, […]

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When Is the Trucking Company Liable?

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When Is the Trucking Company Liable

Many trucking accidents lead to severe injuries, and some of them end in fatalities. Holding the at-fault party responsible helps the victim and their loved ones recover and get their life back on track. If you suffered injuries in a truck accident, you may wonder who is responsible. The liable parties in such crashes can […]

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What to Know if You Were Involved in a Truck Accident

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Involved in a Truck Accident

Truck accidents often cause more catastrophic injuries and deaths than passenger vehicle accidents because of the size and weight of the truck. A fully loaded truck could weigh 80,000 pounds. A truck with a heavy load could weigh upwards of 100,000 pounds. Because of truck drivers’ extra training, most expect truckers to cause fewer wrecks. […]

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When to Hire a Truck Accident Attorney

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truck attorney for your Injuries in the Long Island truck Accident

Accidents involving large trucks can cause injuries that impact someone for the rest of their life. When this happens, attorneys provide valuable legal guidance. A strong legal advocate can also help you recover compensation for the losses you endured. After a collision with a large truck, you might not know when to hire a truck […]

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Causes of Truck Accidents

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Long Island Attorney for Truck Accidents

Even with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) regulations in place, large truck accidents still happen every day. So, what causes truck accidents? There are many variables that can cause a truck collision to occur, from tired truck drivers to improper cargo loading. Understanding the causes of truck accidents can help drivers stay aware of […]

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What Are the Types of Injuries Suffered in Trucking Accidents?

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What Are the Types of Injuries Suffered in Trucking Accidents?

Trucking collisions are among the most catastrophic accidents in the United States, and many victims sustain injuries or pass away from their related injuries. Common types of injuries suffered in trucking accidents include head injuries, spinal cord injuries, back injuries, broken bones, and burns. Because many of these injuries are life-altering, the injured victim could […]

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Who Is Liable for a Truck Accident?

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Unqualified Truck Drivers

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Practice Areas

Our Long Island Injury Lawyers Have Experience In

Truck Accidents
Accidents on the highways can be lethal events
Bicycle Accidents
Riding a bicycle should not be unsafe
Car Accidents
If you have been seriously injured, call our firm
Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injury
Medical Malpractice
Medical mistakes can cause death ruin lives
Wrongful Death
When negligence results in the death of a loved me
Premises Liability
When hurt in a location, someone has to take responsibility
Brain Injury
Brain injuries can have long term severe effects
Dog Bites
Dog bites can cause serious injury


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