Freehold Trucking Accidents Lawyer
When a semi truck carrying 40 tons, traveling at 70 miles per hour, collides with passenger vehicle, the results are almost always catastrophic. At The Law Office of Mallon and Tranger, we have significant experience representing people that have been injured in trucking accidents.
Investigating and managing truck accident litigation is different than handling car accident cases. Truck drivers and trucking companies are required by law to carry large insurance policies. Due to the large policy limits, insurance companies go to great lengths to minimize their liability in these cases. Thereby, minimizing the compensation injury victims receive.
We work closely with our clients, medical experts, and accident reconstruction experts to understand the causes and consequences of trucking accidents. By subpoenaing driver’s log, maintenance records, black boxes and GPS units, we able to preserve any evidence that is important to our client’s case.
Our attorneys are prepared to handle cases involving a wide range of commercial vehicles:
- Semi trucks
- Delivery trucks
- Construction vehicles
- Garbage Trucks
- Bucket trucks
- City owned trucks
Knowledgeable New Jersey Truck Accident Attorneys
Accidents involving commercial vehicles often result in a variety of serious and catastrophic injuries. Some of the common injuries associated with truck accidents include head and brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, severe lacerations, and wrongful death. To ensure our clients receive optimal compensation for their injuries, all of our cases are prepared to be presented to a jury. When a case settles prior to trial, our clients can be sure they have received the best settlement possible.
Contact our New Jersey Commercial Trucking Accident Attorneys
If you or a family member has been seriously injury in a trucking accident, please contact the Law Office of Mallon and Tranger at any of our Ocean County or Monmouth County offices. Our lawyers can be reached by phone at 732-780-0230 or by filling out our online intake form.