Have You Suffered an Injury in a Trucking Accident?
Let Our Experienced Auto Accident Attorneys Help
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident with a truck, it is important that you contact an attorney who is knowledgeable and experienced in handling cases involving this specific type of motor vehicle accident. At NVNO, we understand that lawsuits arising from truck or tractor-trailer accidents can be complicated due to intertwining state and federal laws, and the number of parties who can be held liable for a crash.
At NVNO, our personal injury attorneys are experienced in identifying those responsible and holding them accountable. Our Albany, NY truck accident attorneys have a track record of successfully litigating and resolving these complex cases and collecting the damages our clients are entitled to under the law.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident in Upstate New York, you may have legal recourse. To learn more about your available options and how our Albany, NY truck accident attorneys may be able to help, please contact us.
What Do I Do After A Commercial Truck Accident?
Immediately following a truck accident in Albany, NY, you should call NVNO. You will need a strong team behind you to fight for your case, as the commercial trucking company that was involved will also be bringing forth a team in defense. Large enterprises will have a group ready to defend their case and make you liable for the incident. That’s why it’s crucial to find a firm like NVNO that can help protect you.
Investigating A Truck Accident
Investigations into the accident will begin right away. Because a truck accident is classified under federal law, it’s treated differently than a typical accident. Though we’ll still want to collect eyewitness statements and view the scene/vehicles, we’ll also need other evidence, including truck logs, black box information, damage/maintenance reports, and police reports.
This information will help us craft our case, including determining if the driver of the truck, the trucking company, the manufactures, repairmen, loading company, or a government entity is at fault.