How We Will Investigate Your Crash
To build our case of third-party negligence, our firm will investigate your crash. We can gather available evidence from:
- Driver logs
- Witness’ testimonies
- Police crash report
- Truck maintenance record
- Crash scene
- Safety violations records
- Truck inspection records
- Truck driver’s driving record
- “Black box” data from the truck
- Crash photos and videos
- Your medical records
We will leave no stone unturned in gathering the evidence required to prove another party’s negligence caused your crash.
Your lawyer may need to gather evidence from your medical providers, employer, and experts in the fields of medicine, economics, occupational rehabilitation, and psychology to calculate the value of your claim. That said, the following types of damages are common to truck crash cases:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages and benefits
- Pain and suffering
- Diminished future potential earnings
Our goal is to get you the compensation you need and deserve.
Statute of Limitations in New York
Every state imposes a statute of limitations that restricts the amount of time you have to pursue legal action after a crash. New York generally gives you three years for this purpose under New York Civil Practice Law & Rules (CVP) §214. Keep in mind that, if you are filing a claim against a municipality or pursuing a wrongful death claim, you will be bound by additional, earlier deadlines.
The sooner you hire our firm to represent you, the more time we have to meet deadlines and build your case.
Call Today for a Free Consultation with a Truck Accident Lawyer in Southampton
The attorneys at Rosenberg & Gluck, L.L.P. can fight for your right to recover damages from the party whose negligence caused your truck collision and injuries. Call us today at (631) 451-7900 for a free case review.
Our firm can also assist clients in Spanish.