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Expressway Accidents

Semi Truck Accidents on Expressways

Expressways are critical to trucking in America. These divided highways with controlled access are often used for high-speed traffic, including commercial truckers delivering time-sensitive goods across the United States. As a result of the high rate of speed on expressways, expressway accidents often result in major injuries or fatalities.

Expressways do not conform to standards set for interstate highways in America. Because of this, they are numbered as state highways or U.S. highways. Many freeways, highways and interstates are actually expressways.

Expressways that frequently appear on lists of “America’s most dangerous roads” include the Cross-Bronx Expressway in New York and sections of I-75 in southwest Florida.

Act Quickly After an Expressway Collision

Once an expressway crash has been reported to an insurance company, claims adjusters, professional investigators, experts and attorneys begin working for the trucking company and other possible defendants immediately. These people are interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence to help their clients deny legal responsibility for the accident. At every step, they are preparing the strongest possible case to limit their potential liability. Why shouldn’t you have the same opportunities to present a strong claim? One of the jobs of a personal injury attorney is to minimize or erase the defendants’ advantage over the injury victim and help the expressway accident victim secure fair compensation.

Effectively Handling Expressway Accidents — Big and Small

At the AV-rated* law firm of Greenberg & Stone, we represent people injured in expressway truck accidents throughout the United States. The attorneys at our law firm have helped clients achieve full and fair settlements and jury verdicts. We handle cases of all sizes. Regardless of the size of the case, we handle each in the same way, by immediately starting our investigation and gathering the information and evidence necessary to help our clients. After an injury, compensation via a personal injury lawsuit is often the only way an accident victim can establish financial security — especially after a major accident that results in lost wages and extensive medical care.

We prepare for a possible trial as soon as we get involved in a new case, even though most injury claims settle well before that point. In our experience, that is the only way that insurance companies and trucking companies will evaluate your claim seriously.

Learn More About Truck Accidents and Our Law Firm

We encourage you to learn more about our experienced trial lawyers and review our answers to frequent questions about truck accidents. If you have questions about a specific claim call us directly, toll free at 888-499-9700. We are headquartered in Florida and have the capability of handling cases nationwide through a network of associate law firms.

* AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories — legal ability and general ethical standards.

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