South Jersey Truck Accident Attorney

An average car that weighs 3,000 or 4,000 pounds is simply no match for a fully loaded 18-wheeler weighing 80,000 pounds or more. Collisions involving these massive commercial trucks often leave drivers and passengers of smaller vehicles with serious injuries and in need of compensation to pay for medical costs and all the other expenses associated with these crashes.

The South Jersey truck accident lawyer at Wallace Law has more than 25 years of experience representing injured people in New Jersey. Our firm seeks to hold truck drivers and trucking companies like FedEx, UPS and others accountable when their actions harm others. If you were hurt in big rig accident in Atlantic County, Gloucester County or anywhere in southern New Jersey, reach out to us for help.

You can schedule a free initial consultation with Haddonfield commercial vehicle accident lawyer Bruce A. Wallace by calling 856-437-5067 or toll free 800-838-1754. You can also email our law firm.

Making Sense of Complex Laws and Regulations

18-wheeler accident claims are different from car accident claims and other personal injury cases. The reason is that the trucking industry is governed by a set of very complex federal and state laws that must be understood by your lawyer. In addition, there are likely to be multiple insurance policies involved, and they must all be analyzed correctly.

Our truck accident attorney is adept at handling these complexities and achieving positive outcomes. He works with accident reconstruction experts whenever necessary and searches for the root cause of the crash, which could include:

  • Driver fatigue
  • Speeding
  • Lack of truck maintenance
  • Driver who lacked adequate training
  • Truck being overloaded

Contact our Injury Attorney for a Free Consultation

If you were injured or lost a loved one in a truck wreck, call Wallace Law for a free initial consultation. We can be reached at 856-437-5067 or toll free 800-838-1754. You can also email us. We represent clients throughout southern New Jersey, including Burlington County, Camden County and Atlantic County.