Commercial Truck Insurance Attorneys in Monmouth County
Protect Your Company's Interests in the Wake of an Accident
There is a common misconception that if there is a commercial trucking accident, the driver must be at fault. This the basis for many claims in the wake of accidents involving a commercial vehicle.Truckers and their employers deserve legal representation. They should not be unfairly judged by public opinion.
At Reardon Anderson, LLC, our New Jersey truck insurance lawyers have proudly taken up the mantle of representing truck drivers and trucking companies after an accident when other law firms would shy away from the challenge. If you have found yourself or one of your employees in such a one-sided situation, it's critical that you seek experienced, capable representation ready to litigate on your company's behalf.
Our clients benefit from our accolades and experience, including:
- 45+ years of combined legal practice
- Focus on complicated insurance law
- 10.0 “Superb” Avvo rating (Attorney Anderson)
The time to act is now—and Reardon Anderson, LLC is ready to help. Contact us today to request a consultation.
Defenses to Truck Accident Claims
For many people, it is easy to wrongly assume that the biggest vehicle involved in an accident is at fault for a collision. The truth of the matter is that a well-trained trucker may be able to control their vehicle with just as much care and precision as any other motorist. In fact, there are common dangerous practices that the average driver commits on a daily basis that could easily contribute to a crash.
Smaller vehicles may cause a truck accident by:
- Cutting into lanes
- Lingering in blind spots
- Driving while intoxicated
- Texting and driving
By analyzing the evidence, Reardon Anderson, LLC can build a case to protect the interest of the company and driver. If your vehicle is equipped with an electronic onboard recorder (EOBR), we can also inspect its findings to see if there is proof of proper safety operation and maintenance.
Call (732) 997-7749 for Legal Insight You Can Trust
We understand that much of your case might boil down to regulations established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). With our understanding of these complicated regulations, we may be able to establish that your truck driver and your company were operating in compliance with applicable regulations, thereby reducing liability exposure. Whatever the case is, we will provide unflagging advocacy for your company in this matter and pursue every avenue in minimizing your business' liability.
Take a proactive step toward resolving this matter as favorably as possible. Call our offices at (732) 997-7749 today.