Proven Truck Accident Attorneys in New Jersey
Commercial Truck Accidents | Tractor-Trailers | 18-Wheelers | Big Rigs | Semis | Delivery Vans
Statistics indicate that almost every day, there’s a new commercial truck on the roads in America. Though most commercial drivers are hard-working and attentive, the risk of serious injury in a truck accident is still significant. Some truck drivers simply spend too much time on the road, causing their judgment to be compromised by fatigue. Others fail to properly maintain their vehicles, or simply don’t have the training or experience to safely navigate the roads. If you or someone you love has been hurt in a truck accident, the lawyers at RAM Law can help.
At RAM Law, we have consistently obtained positive results for injured people in New Jersey for decades. Our founding partners each have more than 15 years of experience, and have all been certified as civil trial attorneys by the New Jersey Supreme Court, a designation held by less than 2% of New Jersey lawyers. We prepare every case with the expectation that it will go to trial, an approach that has helped us secure millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for our clients. Our partners are rated as “Superb” by Avvo and have received numerous designations as Superlawyers.
From our perspective, the key to successfully representing our clients is building a strong relationship, one founded on trust and open communication. We’ll listen carefully to the facts of your case, and will take the time to learn you unique needs and concerns. We’ll keep you involved and informed at all times, so that you can make the right decisions for your future.
Protecting Your Rights after a Truck Accident Injury
Our attorneys will be with you throughout the legal process, from the gathering and preservation of evidence to the preparation and filing of all pleadings and other documents required by the court. We’ll also be your advocate in all hearings or proceedings, from depositions of witnesses to settlement discussions to trial.
We handle all types of truck accident injury claims, including cases involving:
- Driver fatigue—We know how to read and understand driver logs, so we can tell if a driver violated “time on the road” regulations
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Failure to use appropriate caution—Drivers using excessive speed, driving too closely to others, making random or un-signaled lane changes
- Negligent maintenance of a commercial vehicle, leading to malfunction or breakdown
- Lack of training or experience