New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the nation and has an unparalleled volume of large tractor trailer trucks transporting goods intra-state and interstate. These dangerous trucks are sharing limited space with cars on an aging infrastructure in need of updating and constant repair. The results can be disastrous on New Jersey’s congested roads, tunnels, bridges and highways with occupants of smaller vehicles often becoming the unfortunate victims of serious injury or death involving truck accidents.
A section of the New Jersey Turnpike has been termed “the most dangerous two miles in America” by New Jersey Homeland Security officials due in part to the high volume of traffic. The most recent data for truck accidents in New Jersey reveals dangerous statistics for our state’s drivers. The most recent annual study indicates that 106 large trucks were involved in fatal crashes with 98 fatalities. Out of 7,286 large trucks involved in non-fatal crashes, there were 3,111 crashes where persons suffered injury.
With over a decade of service in New Jersey, the Grossman Law Firm has successfully represented many clients in both central and northern New Jersey who have suffered physical and emotional harm because of the negligence of others. As a Grossman Law Firm personal injury client, you will receive professional, compassionate and aggressive representation, backed by the support of our legal team who know how to take on the state’s most powerful insurance carriers. We pride ourselves on our responsiveness to our clients and make sure that every client is treated as an individual and never treated as just another file.
If you or a loved one suffered an injury or death from a car wreck due to an accident with an 18 wheeler, tractor trailer, bus or any other kind of large commercial vehicle anywhere in New Jersey, please contact The Grossman Law Firm today at (732) 625-9494. We represent our clients on a contingency basis. This means our fees are based on a percentage of the recovery from settlement or verdict of the case. Consultations are always free.