Truck Accident Attorney in Philadelphia
Helping You Get the Compensation You Need After a Semi-Truck Accident Throughout Pennsylvania & New Jersey
Large trucks, also referred to as semi-trucks, are among the leading causes of death on American roads. This is because the sheer weight and size of these vehicles make accidents much more serious than any other type of vehicle collision. Thousands of people suffer fatally in truck accidents every year as a result of being involved in override and under-ride crashes. If you or someone you love was a victim in a truck accident, our Philadelphia truck accident lawyers at Ginsburg & Associates Trial Lawyers can stand up for you.
Due to how potentially dangerous these vehicles are, there are stringent regulations at both the state and federal level put in place to minimize the possibilities of trucking accidents. A key factor among these regulations is the requirement for a truck driver to drive a certain number of hours per day. It’s also required that these drivers service their trucks regularly.
Common truck accidents causes include:
- Driver fatigue from over-scheduling
- Poorly maintained equipment or defective parts
- Bad weather conditions
- Poorly maintained roads
- Excessive speeds
- Overloaded truck weight
Despite these regulations, statistics still show that the leading causes of truck accidents are driver fatigue and vehicle malfunction. This is most likely because some trucking companies disregard these critical regulations in order to increase their profits.
Call Ginsburg & Associates Trial Lawyers at (215) 392-6616 to schedule a free consultation.
Your Legal Rights When in a Truck Accident
If you or a loved one has suffered loss or death as a result of a truck accident, our truck accident lawyers can help determine your legal position. Because of how large the trucking industry is, there are numerous unique laws and statutes that apply to this sector. Our knowledgeable truck accident attorneys in Philadelphia will dissect these laws to determine the liability of the trucking company, driver and any other party involved.
Some responsible parties may include:
- The truck driver
- Employer or trucking company
- Parts or equipment manufacturer
- Additional negligent drivers
- Local or state government organizations
Damages & Compensation
There are several things one could seek compensation for if the trucking company or driver is proven to be liable for the accident. These include the medical costs incurred for treatment of injuries sustained in the truck accident, pain and suffering damages, compensation for loss of work, and even compensation for loss of future earnings prospects if they have become incapacitated.
If you or a loved one has suffered a loss resulting from a big rig, semi-truck, or other truck-related accident, reach out to Ginsburg & Associates. Our Philadelphia truck accident lawyers will aggressively pursue all possible remedies and compensation available through civil courts.
Dial (215) 392-6616 or fill out our online form to get started on the path toward fair compensation. We work with clients throughout the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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