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Losses suffered in a truck accident may be compensable?

| Oct 8, 2015 | Firm News

New Jersey residents have seen and experienced more than their fair share of trucking accidents over the years. Those who have been injured in such incidents are often left psychologically traumatized, physically burdened and financially challenged. If you or a loved one has suffered because of a truck accident, you may be entitled to compensation.

When they occur, truck accidents can be difficult to avoid. Drivers are often left with nowhere to go or with little time to react. Sadly, this tends to result in full force impacts that can lead to severe, if not fatal, injuries.

When it comes to the trucking industry, the federal government has placed very strict regulations on companies, drivers and equipment. If an accident occurs and any regulation violations are suspected, this can create a number of legal issues for those deemed responsible. More information about these regulations can be found on our firm’s truck accidents webpage. Here you can also learn how an experienced attorney may be able to assist you with your case, as well as find information about what damages may be compensable following a truck accident.

There is no doubt about it, a truck accident can be a life-changing event. The challenges that follow such an incident should not have to be navigated alone. Legal assistance is available to help you not only get the care you need, but also to seek fair and full compensation for any current and future losses that may result from the wreck. In accordance with applicable laws in New Jersey this might include relief for lost wages, medical services, disability pain and suffering and emotional distress.

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