We are committed to obtaining JUSTICE for people injured in truck accidents. These are people whose lives have been changed instantaneously because of a professional driver’s fatigue, intoxication or other negligence. People who are injured in trucking accidents are suddenly faced with a wide range of physical, emotional and financial stresses. We use our more than 40 years of experience, and our significant litigation skills, to aggressively fight for truck accident victims.
We represent victims of all types of truck accidents, from people injured in 18-wheeler crashes, to people injured in collisions with smaller delivery trucks, and other commercial vehicles.
While drivers of all vehicles have rules to follow, semi-truck drivers have an additional specific set of federal trucking regulations they must adhere to for the safety of everyone else on the road. For example, truck drivers and trucking companies must limit the number of hours that truckers spend behind the wheel. After a trucking accident, it is important to determine whether rules regarding hours of service, vehicle weight or other factors have been violated.
Discovering a violation requires thorough investigation, as well as knowledge of the laws and trucking industry practices. We understand these cases, and we frequently enlist experts to help us examine vehicle wreckage, log books and technical evidence such as black boxes.
Our clients can expect to work directly with their personal injury attorney. They can expect to have their case treated with the same level of attention as every other case. When questions arise, we will be there to provide answers as we personally guide each client through every phase of the truck accident claim.
Call (203) 332-7700 to discuss your case with one of our experienced Bridgeport and Stamford truck accidents lawyers. You can also contact us via e-mail. Se habla español.
We represent clients statewide and handle all of our personal injury and medical malpractice cases on a contingency basis. There are no legal fees to pay unless we win.