If you were injured in a truck accident in New Jersey, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Continue reading and reach out to our skilled Essex County truck accident lawyer. We are on your side.
What are the common causes of truck accidents in New Jersey?
There are several different ways that truck accidents can happen in the state of New Jersey. Recognize, however, that in most cases, they are because of driver negligence. Some of the most common kinds of truck driver negligence that our legal team has seen include, and are not limited to, the following:
- Failing to brake on time
- Taking turns too sharply, causing rollover/tip-over crashes
- Traveling at excessive speeds
- Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Driving while fatigued
- Distracted driving
- Failing to account for large blind spots
- Unsafe lane changes/merges
Because of this, there are a number of other parties that can contribute to some or all blame for truck crashes, including:
- Truck company employees
- Mechanics responsible for inspecting and maintaining trucks
- Truck company employers
- Truck part designers and manufacturers
To learn more about how our legal team can help you after a truck accident injury, continue reading and give our legal team a call today.
Why should you have an attorney on your side after a truck accident injury?
There are several reasons why truck collision lawsuits are often difficult. To start, there is a broad range of parties who may be liable for these accidents, which is why it is important to have a truck accident lawyer on your side to help you pinpoint the actual cause of your injuries. Additionally, truck companies often use strong legal counsel to dispute allegations of negligence made against them, and only an experienced lawyer can work with this counsel.
Furthermore, various kinds of evidence can be available when it comes to truck collisions, for instance, “black box” data, that can inform us of the speed that the truck driver was traveling at the time of the accident.
What kind of financial compensation can be obtained?
If you are able to satisfy the burden of proof in your personal injury claim, you will likely be able to financial compensation for the burdens you have faced as a result of your injuries. This compensation can help reduce economic and non-economic burdens sustained as a result of the injury. Especially, this can include the cost of medical bills and lost wages, in addition to the pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional anguish you have sustained, and more. If you were injured in a truck accident, do not hesitate to give our firm a call today to examine the details of your case and your options. We are here for you.