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Helping Victims After Truck Crashes

It is no secret to western New Yorkers that our roads, highways and bridges are well-traveled by semi trucks and all varieties of tractor-trailers. Given the fact that Buffalo has a high volume of industry and business and is an international border town, our clients have frequently sustained serious injuries as a result of the negligent operation and transportation by trucks and tractor-trailers in our area.

If you or someone you love has been involved in an accident with a truck or tractor-trailer, it is imperative that you contact Rosenthal Kooshoian & Lennon LLP immediately to ensure that a prompt investigation occurs.

Holding The Proper Parties Accountable

Oftentimes, accidents involve trucks and trailers from out-of-state and, in some instances, from out of the country. Prompt investigation is required in these instances so that the appropriate parties can be identified and brought to the table to seek fair resolution of these claims. Possible parties at fault include:

  • The truck driver
  • The maintenance company
  • Those responsible for loading the cargo
  • The trucking company or truck owner
  • The truck parts manufacturer

Given the size and weight of trucks, commercial vehicles and tractor-trailers, more often than not, these types of accidents result in severe injuries and involve more than just one body part. Injuries associated with trucks, tractor-trailers and commercial vehicles often are permanently disabling and are accompanied with a lifetime’s worth of detrimental consequences.

Let Us Help You Now

If you have been in an accident with a semi truck or other commercial truck, it is important to contact our attorneys immediately to ensure that the appropriate steps are taken to ensure that maximum compensation for devastating injuries will be accurately sought after. We will investigate the accident and fight for you. Call our office in Buffalo by dialing 716-854-1300. You can schedule your free consultation now.

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