So What? Why Should You Care?
We’re excited to announce that we are the first two attorneys in New Jersey, and two of the first 50 attorneys in the United States, to obtain Board Certification in Truck Accident Law by The National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Time and again, we see many personal injury attorneys, some very accomplished, handling these cases no different than a garden-variety auto accident. Every time this happens, the trucking company wins a small victory to the detriment of the crash victim. Truck crash litigation, at its best, requires knowledge of things such as the Federal and State regulatory framework, mechanical operation of trucks and an understanding of the general transportation industry. The trucking industry can differentiate between the casual truck crash practitioner and the specialized attorney based upon the very first letter they receive following a crash.
- For the benefit of our clients and referral partners, we have devoted our focus to truck crash litigation for the last several years, including:
- Membership in the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys and the Truck Litigation Group of AAJ
- Attendance of multiple truck crash litigation conferences around the country each year
- Presentation of multiple truck crash litigation seminars to other attorneys
- Obtaining Commercial Learners Permit for Class A trucks (tractors with 53’ trailers)
- Actual trial to verdict of truck crash cases (sounds common, but many attorneys have not)
Our extensive experience culminated into eligibility to sit for, and pass, the 6-hour Board Certification exam in Nashville, Tennessee. Clients and our referral partners can now rely upon objective confirmation of our specialized skill in this field of law.
RAM Law has attorneys Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as Civil Trial Attorneys since inception. Trial Certification, now coupled with truck accident Board Certification, allows us to maximize the chances for clients’ recoveries.
……..Ed Rebenack and Tyler Hall
A description of the standard or methodology on which the accolades are based can be found here…https://1l.ink/TWBNZQR
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