Transportation Accidents

Transportation accidents can take many forms. The most common is the car accident. We have been involved in handling serious motor vehicle accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents and accidents where pedestrians are struck by vehicles.

Many of us know someone who has been injured or killed in an auto, truck, motorcycle or pedestrian accident. An average of 110 people die each day in car crashes on U.S. roadways. Many auto accidents are caused by distracted drivers (talking on the phone or texting), while other accidents may be caused by drunk drivers or road construction. For many drivers and passengers it is often not a matter of if, but when.

According to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration, on average, there are more than 6 million car accidents on the U.S. roads annually. More than 3 million people get injured due to car accidents, with more than 2 million of these injuries being permanent. There are in excess of 40,000 deaths due to car accidents every year.

Such injuries and death often leave the victims and their families devastated and understandably confused about what to do next. Insurance companies often look out for their own best interest, not the policy holder (denied claims, bad faith). Let us help you understand and navigate the complex details of your auto claim including your insurance policy, personal injury protection (PIP) benefits, and the issues that occur with uninsured or underinsured motorists who do not have sufficient coverage.

We handle everything from the simple auto accidents to automotive crashworthiness cases, including but not limited to: auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, work zone accidents, highway design accidents, insurance coverage issues, tire defects, defective airbags, defective seatbelts and SUV rollovers.