Brooklyn Aggressive Driving Lawyers
Stop-and-go traffic in New York City is a daily occurrence. The quick acceleration and braking is dangerous for every driver, but especially for trucks that cannot slow down and stop as quickly. Truck drivers should compensate for this fact and keep a safe distance from the car in front of them. If you have suffered a serious injury in a truck accident caused by tailgating, contact a lawyer who can help you hold the driver accountable and recover the compensation you deserve.
The New York law firm of Tolmage, Peskin, Harris & Falick has more than 40 years of personal injury experience. We have the knowledge and experience necessary to recover maximum damages for lost wages, medical costs, and pain and suffering.
Truck drivers have a responsibility to accommodate their over-sized vehicles and practice safe driving. If you were injured because a truck driver was tailgating, contact our New York personal injury attorneys for a free initial consultation.
Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys on Your Side
At Tolmage, Peskin, Harris & Falick, we handle a broad range of trucking accidents caused by tailgating. Whether a truck slammed into the back of your car or side-swiped your vehicle trying to swerve out of the way, we can help you get the full and just compensation you need.
Our attorneys will use all necessary resources to build a persuasive case. We will take immediate action to preserve any evidence and talk to witnesses who can help prove your injury claim. Whether working out settlements in negotiations or arguing for a fair verdict in court, we are aggressive advocates for our clients.
Call Today for a Free Consultation
Call 212.964.1390 in New York City or toll free 877.298.3201 to schedule a free initial consultation with a truck accident lawyer at our firm. We hold truck drivers accountable for tailgating and other careless driving practices that caused your injuries and suffering. For your convenience, we offer home and hospital visits.
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