Semi tractor trailers aren't the only type of trucks that can cause serious personal injury or wrongful death in a motor vehicle accident. There are many different types of commercial trucks that can cause sever injury.

Types of Commercial Vehicle Accidents can Include:

  • Moving vans
  • Grocery Trucks
  • Delivery Vans
  • Ambulances
  • Garbage Trucks

Whether you were hit by a moving van or a pizza delivery car, filing an injury claim involving a commercial vehicle can be complicated. An injury claim involving any type of commercial truck is very different than those involving privately owned vehicles. You may be suing a large corporation or the government. Violation of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations may need to be explored. It is imperative to consult with an attorney who is looking out for your best interests.

Identifying liable parties is crucial in a commercial auto injury case. Our attorneys will establish who is liable: the driver, the employer, the owner of the vehicle, or another party? We will determine if the driver have a commercial drivers' license (CDL) and if the truck was in compliance with federal regulations?

Our goal is to see that you receive the maximum possible amount of financial compensation for your injuries and help you through this trying time.

Contact a Commercial Vehicle Accident Lawyer

If you have been involved in any type of motor vehicle accident, please take a few moments to review the information on our What to Do After an Accident page. Then contact the auto accident attorneys at The Umansky Law Firm for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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