1. 3 Most Common Causes of Commercial Truck Accidents

    The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) was established to prevent truck accidents and the injuries and fatalities they cause. The agency does this by devising and enforcing trucking regulations, increasing safety awareness, and improving operating standards.   Before the FMCSA …Read More

  2. Who Might Be Liable for Damages After a Truck Accident?

    Who Might Be Liable for Damages After a Truck Accident?   Yellow taxicabs and horse-drawn carriages aren’t the only vehicles jamming the streets of New York, though it might feel this way when stuck behind either. In reality, large trucks make up a considerable portion of city traffic.  …Read More

  3. Can I File an Injury Claim If I Wasn’t Wearing a Seat Belt?

    The numbers don’t lie—seat belts are the most effective safety device in your vehicle. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, most people who sustain fatal injuries in motor-vehicle collisions are not restrained at the time of the crash. Seat belts also reduce the …Read More

  4. How Soon Should I Contact an Attorney After a Car Accident?

    It goes without saying that there’s a lot to do in the aftermath of a car accident and over the months that follow. But if you sustained serious injuries, your main priority should be your health. Even if you feel relatively fine, it is essential that you visit a doctor for a thorough examination.…Read More