Injured In A Trucking Accident? You May Be Entitled To Compensation.

If you are ever involved in a motor vehicle accident with a large truck ― whether it is a semi, tractor-trailer, delivery truck or anything in between ― it is quite possible that you will suffer a serious injury. After all, when you consider the size difference between 18-wheelers and all other cars on the road, motorists stand very little chance of walking away unscathed when a large truck hits them.

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in a truck accident, contact Keith D. Silverstein & Associates, P.C., and speak with an experienced New York truck accident lawyer today. We will carefully explain your rights and help you hold negligent trucking companies and their drivers accountable for their actions.

Your choice of an attorney can have a direct impact on your auto accident case, so choose the right law firm from the start ― Keith D. Silverstein & Associates, P.C. All of our attorneys bring a wealth of experience to every case they handle, and they will put this experience to work for you.

Schedule your FREE legal consultation today by calling 212-385-1444 or toll free at 866-492-7487 or reach out to us online. We handle truck injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will not owe any lawyer fees until we obtain a recovery. What do you have to lose? Contact us today.

Establishing Liability In Truck Accidents: The Basics

There are many instances in which you may be able to seek compensation for your injuries following a truck crash. For example, a trucking company and/or its driver may be liable for your trucking-related injuries when:

  • The truck driver was fatigued at the time of the accident because he or she was driving for more hours than permitted under federal regulations.
  • The truck driver was under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the accident
  • The truck was improperly loaded and this contributed to the accident.
  • The truck's components ― brakes, tires and other equipment ― were poorly maintained and this contributed to the accident.
  • The trucking company hired unqualified or dangerous truck drivers, or failed to properly vet or train truck driver applicants.

These are just a few instances in which you may be able to establish liability. To learn more, call us today.