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Experienced Bergen County Truck Accident Lawyers Advocate For Those Injured In Tractor-Trailer Accidents

Driving on most of the major roadways in New Jersey means driving alongside large trucks, whether you like it or not. And while sharing the road with tractor-trailers is fairly commonplace, it is not without risk. Trucking accidents often cause serious injuries, leaving the injured party with significant medical bills on top of physical injury, pain, and suffering. 

Injured victims have rights and protections under the law and the truck accident lawyers at The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. are dedicated to protecting those rights and advocating on behalf of those injured in New Jersey tractor-trailer accidents.

Injured In A Tractor-Trailer Accident And Have Questions? We Can Help, Tell Us What Happened.

Why Personal Injury Claims For Tractor-Trailer Accidents In New Jersey Can Be Complicated

When you are involved in a tractor-trailer accident, the question of who is responsible for the accident rarely has a straightforward answer. Because — in addition to the driver — tractor-trailers have truck owners and leasing companies who may also bear some level of liability. For example, any of the following parties — and more — may be responsible for a tractor-trailer accident: 

  • The driver of the tractor-trailer  
  • The owner of the tractor-trailer 
  • The trucking company 
  • The company that leased the tractor-trailer to the driver 
  • The tractor-trailer manufacturer 
  • The company responsible for loading the tractor-trailer 
  • The company handling inspection of the tractor-trailer
  • The company responsible for tractor-trailer maintenance 

Because so many different entities may bear some level of responsibility for the tractor-trailer accident, determining who is at fault makes the entire personal injury claims process far more complicated than that of a standard car accident. Knowledgeable personal injury attorneys at The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. are experienced in handling all types of truck accident claims and are available for a free consultation. 

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What Kind Of Compensation Can You Receive For Your New Jersey Tractor Trailer Accident?

If you have been injured in a tractor-trailer accident, you may be wondering if you are eligible to receive any compensation for your accident injuries and other losses. If your accident was caused by negligence, then you are protected under personal injury law and may file a claim in the New Jersey civil courts to recover damages.

“Damages” refers to the compensation you may be eligible to receive for your accident injuries and other losses. Damages may include — but is not limited to — any of the following losses:

  • Cost of medical treatment
  • Hospital expenses
  • Cost of surgical procedures
  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation expenses
  • Bills for laboratory tests, X-rays, and imaging tests
  • Cost of prescription medications
  • Estimated cost of future medical treatment that is a result of the injuries
  • Loss of companionship
  • Emotional pain and suffering
  • Physical pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Loss of future income as a result of the accident injuries
  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of one’s life enjoyment
  • Loss of income due to time away from work
  • Loss of earned vacation time
  • Loss of earned sick time

Sometimes there are losses that don’t have a precise monetary value, such as the loss of one’s quality of life. In these instances, the New Jersey court will consider the elements of your personal injury claim and assign a financial amount to those losses that are immeasurable. 

Leading Personal Injury Accident Attorneys Recover The Compensation You Deserve For Your New Jersey Tractor Trailer Accident Injuries And Other Losses

When you have been injured in a tractor-trailer accident, you may be looking at a long road to recovery. Along the way, expenses for medical treatment will continue to rise, you may have a loss of income due to time away from work, and you may be facing ongoing medical care as a result of the tractor-trailer accident.

Secure the compensation you deserve for your injuries and other losses — speak to the experienced truck accident attorneys at The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. We believe that all accident victims should find out what level of compensation you may be entitled to recover and make the most informed decision possible. We offer a free case evaluation and are available to meet with you at the hospital or in your home. Schedule your free consultation today. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Tractor Trailer Accidents In New Jersey

I suffered serious injuries in a tractor-trailer accident in New Jersey. What’s the first step in filing a claim for my accident?

If you have been seriously injured in a tractor-trailer accident, the first step to take in filing a claim is to consult with an experienced New Jersey truck accident attorney. The personal injury claims process for truck accidents is complicated, and if there are serious injuries that are considered catastrophic injuries, the standard for demonstrating the level of loss is higher. The skilled truck accident lawyers at The Epstein Law Firm, P.A. have extensive experience handling all types of truck accident claims. Our team is available for a free initial consultation and we will meet with you at the hospital or your home if that is most convenient for you. Contact our office to arrange for your free case evaluation.

How much time do I have to file a claim for my tractor-trailer accident in New Jersey?

Every state establishes statutes of limitations — which are the legal timeframes for filing a claim in a given state’s civil courts. In New Jersey, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims — such as a claim for a tractor-trailer accident  — is two years from the time the accident took place. Injury claims must be filed before this deadline expires, otherwise, the court will likely refuse to hear your case and it will be dismissed. If this happens, you will have lost your opportunity to recover damages for your accident injuries and other losses. If you are concerned that you may be unable to file your tractor-trailer accident claim in time, speak with an experienced accident injury attorney.

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