Because of the sheer size of commercial trucks, such as 18-wheelers and tractor trailers, any collision between a commercial truck and a passenger car is likely to result in serious, catastrophic injuries and major property damage for those in the passenger car, while the truck driver usually walks away with little or no injury. At Tavormina & Young, we believe that someone should be held accountable for these accidents, such as the semi truck driver and his company, and that victims should be compensated for their damages.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a truck accident, let us put our skills and experience to work for you.
John Tavormina has written papers and given seminars on how to utilize the maze of Federal and State trucking regulations to maximize a client's recovery in truck accident cases.
"Eighteen Wheeler Cases: Liability and Insurance Issues"
Semi Truck vs. Auto
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