Long Island Trucking Accident Lawyers

Being involved in any type of motor vehicle accident can be life-threatening, but accidents involving large commercial trucks are among the most dangerous. Injuries sustained from truck accidents can include bone fractures, spina cord injuries, head trauma and neck injuries. While some injuries heal over the span of a few months, others may require lifelong medical attention and care.

If you’ve been injured in a truck accident, you may have the grounds to pursue compensation to relieve you of the medical costs resulting from your injuries. At Laurence A. Silverman, Esq., our Long Island truck accident attorneys are highly skilled and truly care about your well-being. Over the years, we’ve successfully built a reputation of providing clients with aggressive representation in all personal injury matters.

Call us today at (631) 925-2117 to learn how we can help.

Common Causes of Trucking Accidents

There are a number of factors that could cause a serious trucking accident. Due to its size and weight, collisions involving trucks can be much more serious than it would be with normal passenger motor vehicles. The commercial truck industry has put in place a series of federal regulations to ensure safety on the road, but some truck drivers fail to adhere to the regulations, which puts other drivers at risk.

Causes of trucking accidents can include:

  • Driver fatigue
  • Human error
  • Mechanical failure
  • Negligent/aggressive driving

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The Long Island truck accident attorneys who make up Laurence A. Silverman, Esq. have more than 40 years of combined experience in offering personalized and attentive counsel. Our proven solutions aim to maximize your recovery so you can focus on moving on from your accident and injuries. Regardless of how complicated your case may be, our team is prepared stand by your case from start to finish.

Contact Laurence A. Silverman, Esq. today to schedule your free consultation.

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