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Our Rapid Response Team

Greenberg & Stone

In a truck accident, more than any other type of motor vehicle accident, it is critical to take action quickly. Trucking companies have investigative teams who arrive at the scene as soon as possible after a crash. We have heard of insurance adjusters contacting victims of truck accidents within two hours of the crash.

Acting Quickly: Why It is Critical to Your Case

By sending out investigators so soon after an accident, trucking companies have one goal in mind: to reduce their potential liability and exposure. They talk to witnesses, photograph the accident scene, and document the evidence. This immediate action helps them prepare for the courtroom from the moment the truck accident occurs – allowing them to begin building successful litigation strategies from day one.

Unfortunately, accident victims don’t get this chance. While the trucking company is preparing for a lawsuit, you must focus on recuperating from your injuries. You may be struggling with very serious injuries that require extensive rehabilitation. You may also be learning to deal with the tragic loss of a family member. Gathering evidence and determining how a crash took place may be the furthest things from your mind.

While focusing on your recovery should be your first concern, it is of vital importance to have an experienced trial lawyer involved as soon as possible. There is no substitute for early and thorough preparation in a truck accident case. The attorneys at Greenberg & Stone, aim to protect your interests from the very beginning. Our lawyers and support staff can handle all aspects of your truck accident case, so that you can focus on what matters most – healing. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Our Rapid Response Team

At Greenberg and Stone, our Rapid Response Team takes fast action on behalf of truck accident victims throughout the United States. As soon as you contact us, we will be able to mobilize a team to visit the scene. When we arrive at the scene, we conduct a thorough investigation of physical conditions of the vehicles involved, if available, the roadway and other physical evidence. We act quickly to prevent evidence from being lost, compromised or destroyed. As part of our investigation, our Rapid Response Team, comprised of attorneys, investigators and trucking experts:

  • Talks to witnesses while their memories are still fresh
  • Prevents evidence from being removed from the scene
  • Surveys the damage to both vehicles
  • Documents the drivers’ physical condition
  • Views skid marks and pavement conditions while they are still visible

Our quick response will allow us to prepare the best possible case in a truck accident lawsuit. You should have the same advantages and privileges in preparing your case as the trucking companies.

Contact Greenberg & Stone

Let us get started working for you. Call 888-499-9700 or e-mail us today. Greenberg & Stone, is headquartered in Florida and has the capability of handling cases nationwide through a network of associate law firms. We also work on a fee contingency basis, meaning we don’t make anything unless you do.

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