New York Truck Accident Lawyer
At Tolmage, Peskin, Harris & Falick, our New York truck accident attorneys are committed to helping motor vehicle accident victims, including those involved in a serious semi truck accident. Our NY City accident injury lawyers have over 40 years of legal experience and are devoted exclusively to recovering compensation for injured clients and their families. If you have been injured in a truck accident, we can provide you with the quality legal counsel you deserve.
Contact our New York truck accident attorneys by calling us at 877.298.3201. We assist clients in all of the five boroughs of New York City, including Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx.
While most trucking accidents occur at high speeds on the highway, even low-speed trucking accidents can have catastrophic results. At Tolmage, Peskin, Harris, Falick, our attorneys help victims of semi tractor-trailer rollovers, 18-wheeler accidents, semi jackknife accidents, and other trucking accidents.
NY City Trucking Accident Attorney
We are experienced helping families pursue financial recovery following the wrongful death of a loved one. Additionally, we pursue maximum compensation for clients who have suffered serious personal injuries in a truck accident, such as:
- Truck driver negligence: Our New York lawyers can file a legal action after all types of truck driver negligence such as runaway trucks, trailers speeding, tailgating, wide turns and driver fatigue.
- Defective roadways: Problems with the roadway, especially in construction zones, can cause truck accidents. A truck crash that stems from a defective roadway often takes significant investigation to uncover the road problem.
- Garbage truck accidents: Garbage truck accidents often cause serious injuries such as brain injuries, spine injuries and other internal injuries.
- Transit vehicle accidents: Public vehicles throughout New York are often involved in accidents. Our lawyers are available to assist with the legal process following a transit truck crash.
- Overloaded trucks with falling debris: Falling debris is a huge hazard for other cars on the road. Truck drivers must ensure that their load is properly secured at all times.
- Truck company manufacturer negligence: Truck companies and manufacturers have a responsibility to maintain all truck parts and prevent against defective parts.
- Pedestrian and cyclist injuries: Truck drivers often have limited visibility and can harm both pedestrians and cyclists on the road.
- Driving a truck safely: There are techniques to driving a truck safety and avoiding a truck crash.
Our NYC truck injury victim attorneys diligently investigate, analyze, and prepare motor vehicle accident claims to ensure our clients are in a position to recover the maximum amount of compensation available. We review areas of potential negligence, such as negligent loading of the tractor-trailer, negligent truck maintenance, or defective truck parts. We assess all areas of liability and work aggressively to hold all negligent parties accountable.
Contact a New York City Truck Accident Attorney
If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident, consult with our experienced personal injury and wrongful death attorneys at Tolmage, Peskin, Harris & Falick. Call our law firm at 877.298.3201 to speak with our New York lawyers.
The law firm of Tolmage, Peskin, Harris & Falick represents clients in all five boroughs of New York: Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx, as well as Suffolk County, Nassau County, Westchester County, Rockland County, and the remainder of the State of New York.
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Our experienced New York truck accident attorneys assist clients who have been involved in a motor vehicle accident on the Cross Bronx Expressway (I-95), New York State Thruway (I-87), Brooklyn Queens Expressway (BQE, I-278), Long Island Expressway (LIE, I-495), New England Thruway (I-95), Staten Island Expressway (I-278), and other major highways or roadways.
The discussion on this page is generic and not specific to NY law and, in fact, NY law may be materially different.