Category: Trucking Accidents

Truck Accidents in Snow and Ice

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New Brunswick truck accident lawyers help snow and ice accident victims.Poor driving conditions can put anyone on the road at high risk for accidents. During the colder months, ice and snow can make highways slippery and dangerous. Large trucks are already a risk because of their size alone, and they can pose an even more ominous threat this time of year.

Tractor trailers can weigh close to 80,000 pounds filled with cargo. By comparison, a typical automobile weighs around 3,250 pounds. This discrepancy makes a difference in stopping times. If both are traveling at 60 miles per hour, the truck needs at least 400 feet to arrive at a full stop. A car, on average, would need 140 feet. Slippery roads and poor visibility can increase the distance needed for a complete stop for any vehicle.

Causes of Truck Accidents

Truck drivers are under constant pressure to pick up and deliver goods on time. They are subject to restrictions on the amount of hours they can drive before stopping for rest, and may not be able to make up for time lost to bad weather. This is why many stay behind the wheel when road conditions are bad.

Truck drivers that are not experienced in driving through ice and snow can also create more risks. Maneuvering a tractor trailer in these conditions is different from doing so when the weather is clear. It also goes without saying that driving a large truck while under the influence in any weather condition is cause for a potential accident.

Tractor trailers are at a high risk for jackknifing. Since the truck and tractor are separate from each other, the parts can end up moving at two different speeds. The entire truck skids, and the trailer swings out to one side. The vehicle then stops, with both parts at 90-degree angles of each other. Jackknifing happens when the front wheels lock on a slippery patch of road, if the driver handles a curve at a high speed, or swerves.

Sharing Icy Roads with Trucks

Although most truckers are well-trained and experienced, driving in ice and snow can still be tricky. Listening to weather forecasts and traffic conditions before heading out and staying focused on your surroundings are vital to preventing accidents. All ice and snow should be cleared to promote good visibility. Other items to attend to include checking the truck’s wipers and fluids, and maintenance items, such as oil changes, should be taken care of before venturing on long trips.

One of the most important things to do when driving in bad weather is to slow down. Faster speeds greatly increase the risk of skids. If passing is necessary, vehicles should pass on the left, since trucks have large blind spots. Cutting in front of a large truck is dangerous, but on slippery roads, it can be especially treacherous. Giving truckers extra room is always the best course of action.

New Brunswick Truck Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr Help Truck Accident Victims

If you were injured in a truck accident and need legal help, call the New Brunswick truck accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr. Call us at 732-249-4600 or complete an online form today for a free consultation. Our Highland Park, New Jersey offices serve clients in New Brunswick, Somerset, Piscataway, Edison, South River, Sayreville, Metuchen, East Brunswick, South Plainfield, Fords, Middlesex, Old Bridge, Iselin, Bound Brook, Perth Amboy, and Colonia.

LIRR Train Accident and Derailment Leaves Three Fatally Injured

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LIRR Train Accident and Derailment Leaves Three Fatally InjuredA train accident and derailment involving a Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) train left three victims fatally injured. Around 7 pm on Tuesday night, a truck, trying to speed ahead of the train, collided into the train in Westbury, New York, which caused the train to derail. The three occupants in the vehicle sustained fatal injuries while train passengers incurred numerous minor injuries during the truck and train collision. About 800 passengers occupied the train which was traveling from Ronkonkoma, New York to New York Penn Station.

A truck driving fast cannot expect to “beat” a train traveling at full speed without dire consequences. Part of this is because of the enormous girth of a train, and another part is due to the inability of a train to stop at a moment’s notice. Fatalities and serious injuries may be the result of a collision between a train and a truck, especially if the train derails from the tracks.

If you or your loved ones became injured in a truck accident or train derailment, you may be entitled to compensation. Call the Highland Park truck accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr at 732-249-4600 or toll-free at 877-249-4600 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation. Our Highland Park, New Jersey offices represent clients throughout New Jersey and in the municipalities of New Brunswick, Somerset, Piscataway, Edison, South River, Sayreville, Metuchen, East Brunswick, South Plainfield, Fords, Middlesex, Old Bridge, Iselin, Bound Brook, Perth Amboy, and Colonia.

Accidents Caused by Truck Driver Medical Issues

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New Brunswick truck accident lawyers represent victims of truck accidents.Commercial truck drivers have a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of those on the road. Their equipment, as well as their training, certifications, and driving record, are all vital components of safe truck driving. New research now indicates that the health of a truck driver can have a significant impact on their risk of getting into an accident.

Truck drivers with diabetes, heart disease, sleep apnea, high blood pressure, and obesity have an increased risk for trucking accidents. A recent study conducted by the University of Utah School of Medicine found that truck drivers with three or more of these health issues are two to four times more likely to have a trucking accident.

Analyzing the Risks Associated with Trucker Health

Researchers for the study looked at the medical records of 50,000 truck drivers and compared their health problems with their accident rate. The study showed that a truck driver with diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, or obesity has an increased risk of an accident, but if they have a combination of two or three of these medical conditions, their risk of getting into an accident increased significantly.

Obesity is a common problem among truck drivers. A steady diet of fast food combined with a lack of exercise leads to weight gain and obesity. An obese person is prone to sleep apnea because their airways are restricted when they lay down. Chronic sleep apnea causes chronic fatigue, which causes people to fall asleep while engaged in activity, even driving. When you combine sleep apnea with diabetes or high blood pressure, the increased risk of getting into a trucking accident becomes clear.

The loneliness of being on the road, far away from family and friends for long periods of time also increases the risk of depression for many truck drivers. Depression and anxiety, when combined with other health issues, has been linked to an increase in truck accidents. Regular health screenings for truck drivers can identify these risk factors early and may help prevent serious and fatal truck accidents from happening.

While many health conditions can be controlled by medication, diet, and exercise, the impact of suffering from two or three health conditions at the same time is something that safety experts are giving careful consideration. The Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health recommends that investigation into the risks involved with truck drivers continue so that steps can be taken to limit the number of serious and fatal truck accidents that occur each year.

New Brunswick Truck Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr Represent Victims of Truck Accidents

Truck accidents commonly result in serious and catastrophic injuries and fatalities. If you have been injured in a truck accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Call the New Brunswick truck accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr at 732-249-4600 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation today. Our Highland Park, New Jersey offices serve clients in New Brunswick, Somerset, Piscataway, Edison, South River, Sayreville, Metuchen, East Brunswick, South Plainfield, Fords, Middlesex, Old Bridge, Iselin, Bound Brook, Perth Amboy, and Colonia.

Collision Mitigation and Semi-Trucks

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New Brunswick truck accident lawyers represent victims of truck accidents.Large commercial tractor trailers and semi-trucks are more prevalent on American roadways than ever before. In fact, there were over seven million tractor trailers and semi-trucks registered in the United States in 2017. The more trucks that are on the road, the greater the risk for serious and fatal accidents with passenger vehicles.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), over 4,300 fatalities were reported in accidents involving large trucks across the United States in 2016. Forward collision warning systems and automatic emergency braking technology have proven to reduce the number of traffic accidents reported each year, yet only 15 percent of commercial trucks are equipped with these safety features. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) estimates that 107,000 trucking accidents could be avoided each year by adding these safety features.

Delay in Adding Safety Features to Commercial Trucks

Money is the primary factor in preventing safety features such as forward collision warning systems, automatic braking, blind spot warning systems, and lane departure warning devices from being added to commercial trucks. While the actual retrofitting of the safety devices on older model trucks is affordable, updating an entire fleet of trucks can be costly.

The American Trucking Association is not in favor of government mandates for installing safety equipment on commercial trucks. The agency believes that trucking companies should be able to choose which safety features are best suited for their operations. While many independent truck operators would prefer the added safety features, many cannot afford the high price of a new truck, which can total hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Collision Mitigation Outside of Technology

As concern grows over the number of serious and fatal trucking accidents in the United States, many safety experts and fleet owners are focusing on alternative ways to reduce the number of truck accidents. The IIHS stresses the need for training and reduced speed as the primary safety measures to prevent trucking accidents.

Crashes that occur due to speeding usually result in catastrophic injuries and fatalities. Reducing the speed limit for commercial trucks will allow truck drivers to slow down or stop before an accident occurs. Slower speeds also afford truck drivers the opportunity to react to sudden and unexpected moves by passenger vehicles.

Truck drivers that receive comprehensive and ongoing training have the safest driving records. Education on the dangers of fatigued and distracted driving, updates on federal mandates for continuous driving hours, and reminders of the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol can save lives. Heart disease, obesity, and sleep apnea are common among professional truck drivers. Regular health screenings can prevent accidents that result from these health concerns.

New Brunswick Truck Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr Represent Victims of Truck Accidents

A truck accident involving a passenger vehicle is almost always catastrophic, often resulting in serious and sometimes fatal injuries. If you or someone you know has been injured in a truck accident, call the New Brunswick truck accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr at 732-249-4600 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation today.

Our Highland Park, New Jersey offices serve clients in New Brunswick, Somerset, Piscataway, Edison, South River, Sayreville, Metuchen, East Brunswick, South Plainfield, Fords, Middlesex, Old Bridge, Iselin, Bound Brook, Perth Amboy, and Colonia.

Truck Accidents Caused by High Winds

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New Brunswick truck accident lawyers help victims of accidents claim compensation.Driving in high wind conditions can lead to serious and often fatal truck accidents. Strong wind conditions can cause trucks to lose control, overturn, and sway into adjacent lanes or oncoming traffic. Truck drivers and their employers have a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of the public and all those on the road. Failure to do so can result in trucker negligence.

Causes of Trucking Accidents in High Winds

When a large, commercial truck is fully loaded, it can weigh in excess of 80,000 pounds. The sheer weight and height of these trucks makes them vulnerable to the effects of high winds. Commercial trucks can get caught in a wind stream that rocks the trailer of the truck, causing it to become unstable. When this happens, there is a high risk of the truck turning over or being pushed into oncoming traffic.

A truck driver or their employer can be held liable for injuries sustained in an accident caused by high winds when the following types of negligence cause the accident.

  • Speeding: It is imperative that truck drivers always obey local speed laws. Driving above the speed limit dramatically increases the risk of a serious or fatal truck accident. Speeding during high wind conditions is extremely risky and irresponsible.
  • Improper Loading: When tractor trailers are improperly loaded, the cargo can shift in transport. The likelihood of this happening in high wind conditions significantly increases, making it more likely for the truck to sway and roll over.
  • Weather Conditions: It is a truck driver’s legal responsibility to adjust their speed, route, or schedule to heed current weather conditions. High winds, snow, sleet, ice, and heavy rain can make driving conditions treacherous. Truckers must ensure the safety of those on the road by slowing down or suspending their route until weather conditions improve.
  • Distracted Driving: Any form of distracted driving increases the risk of an accident. Driving while distracted during high wind conditions is a lethal combination. Serious and often fatal trucking accidents occur when truck drivers divert their attention from the road in front of them. Cell phone use, texting, onboard navigation systems, and electronic communication demand the truck driver’s attention and take their focus away from the task of driving.
  • Poor Maintenance or Inspection: Trucks that are not properly maintained or regularly inspected are dangerous. Worn brake pads, loose motor parts, and broken lights or signals can result in a catastrophic accident. Truck drivers and their employers can be held liable for accidents that occur due to this type of negligence.

New Brunswick Truck Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr Help Victims of Truck Accidents Claim Compensation

If you or someone you know has been injured in a truck accident, the New Brunswick truck accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr can help you claim the compensation you may be entitled to receive. Call us at 732-249-4600 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation today.

Our offices are in Highland Park, New Jersey, and we proudly serve clients in New Brunswick, Somerset, Piscataway, Edison, South River, Sayreville, Metuchen, East Brunswick, South Plainfield, Fords, Middlesex, Old Bridge, Iselin, Bound Brook, Perth Amboy, and Colonia.

Overweight and Overloaded Truck Accidents

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Highland Park truck accident lawyers advocate for overloaded truck accident victims.As we rely on online shopping to meet our needs, the number of trucks on the roads is increasing, resulting in more accidents. Over the past 20 years, there has been a 20 percent increase in trucking accidents. Many of these accidents are caused by negligence, either by the truck driver, their employer, or the person responsible for loading the trucks’ cargo. Improperly loaded and overloaded trucks are highly dangerous because they can result in a loss of control.

When a truck is manufactured, it is issued a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). This number, displayed on the back plate of every truck, is the maximum weight a truck should carry. Although truck drivers are expected to make routine weight checks at weigh stations, it is not uncommon for drivers of flagged trucks to keep driving without unloading any cargo. When an accident occurs because of overloading, the victims can file a personal injury lawsuit to recover damages for lost wages, past and future medical expenses, property damages, and pain and suffering.

How Overloaded Trucks Cause Accidents

Overloaded trucks are hard to control when going downhill, and they do not stop as easily as a properly loaded truck. The brake force required may be too much for the vehicle to bear, and it can cause mechanical problems. When trucks are overloaded, they tend to shift or are improperly distributed, resulting in a loss of equilibrium. Items can also fall off the back of a truck, causing serious multicar pile-ups or fatal collisions with the falling cargo. Overloaded trucks are also highly prone to tire blowouts, especially in hot weather.

Liability

After a trucking accident, an experienced truck accident attorney can help you determine how the accident occurred and who was responsible. The truck driver may be responsible for overloading the truck, or their employer could be held liable, or both. For example, if a trucking company has a policy that encourages truck drivers to overload by offering bonuses based on cargo size, and the truck driver adhered to it, both could be sued together in a personal injury lawsuit by any victim who was injured as a result.

In some cases, the manufacturer may also be held liable if a feature of the vehicle made the accident more severe than it would have been without that feature. The person who loaded the cargo may also be joined as a defendant. It is fairly common after a trucking accident for the injured party to sue all potential defendants and let them fight among themselves to determine which party’s insurance carrier will take fiscal responsibility for the accident.

Highland Park Truck Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr Advocate for Victims Injured in Trucking Accidents

At the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr, our Highland Park truck accident lawyers provide the highest quality legal representation to victims of trucking accidents. To schedule a free initial consultation, call us today at 732-249-4600 or contact us online. With an office in Highland Park, New Jersey, we proudly serve clients from the surrounding areas, including Edison, Somerset, South River, Sayreville, Metuchen, East Brunswick, New Brunswick, South Plainfield, Fords, Middlesex, Old Bridge, Iselin, Bound Brook, Perth Amboy, and Colonia.

SmartDrive Video System for Accident Prevention

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New Brunswick truck accident lawyers advocate the use of video systems for safety.In 2016, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommended that the trucking industry begin using video recorder technology across all fleets to improve safety. The NTSB made this recommendation after a study found that this technology could reduce truck accident related fatalities and injuries by as much as 35 percent.

Now, a new technology called SmartDrive is becoming increasingly popular in big rigs across the United States. The technology is used as a training tool to assist drivers in making good decisions.

One company, Central Oregon Truck Company, decided to install the SmartDrive technology two years ago in all 315 of its trucks. The tool is used to train drivers with limited experience, to correct bad habits in experienced truck drivers, and to learn about the cause of accidents.

Central Oregon employs five “coaches” that review the videos and speak with truck drivers about their mistakes. This feedback system can help drivers correct bad habits before they begin to form. According to one of these coaches, all truck drivers develop bad habits over time and can become complacent in their vigilance.

Accident Reduction is Good for All

Not only are trucking accidents extremely dangerous for passenger vehicles, due to the large size of commercial trucks, but they are also expensive for trucking companies. In addition to the suffering that they cause injured drivers and their families, each trucking accident comes with an average cost of $500,000 to $11 million, depending on whether there was a fatality.

Because this SmartDrive technology seems like something everyone can get behind, research firm Frost & Sullivan has predicted that it will grow by 22 percent between now and 2020. Frost & Sullivan project that in as little as two years, there will be over one million trucks fitted with SmartDrive technology on American roadways.

Other Video System Options

SmartDrive is not the only video system on the market to improve truck safety. Lytx manufactures the DriveCam video system, which provides trucking companies with performance data on their truckers, allowing them to compare drivers and rank them according to their safety. This provides incentives for drivers to be vigilant and take precautions.

Another company, MiX Telematics, already has nearly 650,000 subscribers. MiX Telematics cameras can be mounted on various parts of a truck’s exterior and can be used to study the cause of accidents.

All of Central Oregon Truck Company’s Kenilworth trucks are fitted with one external facing camera, and one that faces the driver in the cabin. However, they allow their more experienced drivers to turn off the internal facing camera.

New Brunswick Truck Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr Fight for Victims Injured by Negligent Truck Drivers and Their Employers

Many fleets are installing SmartDrive and similar technologies to deter dangerous habits like distracted driving. Countless innocent drivers suffer injuries and lose their lives due to distracted truckers, and these accidents are all preventable. If you or someone you love has been injured or killed by a negligent truck driver, our team of veteran New Brunswick truck accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr can help you get answers. Call us today at 732-249-4600 or contact us online today. We provide free, no-obligation initial consultations. From our offices in Highland Park, New Jersey, we serve clients in Middlesex County, including the communities of Highland Park, Somerset, New Brunswick, Edison, South River, Sayreville, Metuchen, East Brunswick, South Plainfield, Fords, Middlesex, Old Bridge, Iselin

eHighway Electrified Tractor

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Piscataway truck accident lawyers help victims claim compensation for injuries incurred with a truck accident and report on new electrified tractor tech.To reduce air pollution near ports around the country, Mack Trucks has developed a tractor that runs on electricity by attaching to overhead power lines. Like a trolley system, the electric tractor would run on a catenary system that uses overhead power line electricity. The use of the catenary system offers an alternative solution to the use of diesel fuel.

eHighway Innovations

The tractor prototype was developed in conjunction with an eHighway project currently being tested near the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in California. Both ports receive a large quantity of goods from the Asian market, making them two of the busiest ports in the United States. Global technology conglomerate, Siemens, has provided the infrastructure for the eHighway project. Earlier this month a demonstration of the eHighway took place in Carson, California. The one-mile demonstration took place on South Alameda Street from East Lomita Boulevard to the Dominguez Channel. The tractor’s ability to run on the eHighway demonstrated that an electrified tractor may be a feasible option in the future.

Siemens has been constructing its eHighway infrastructure for the last five years. The eHighway is meant to connect the busy ports of Los Angles and Long Beach to inland distribution centers. The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) is sponsoring the eHighway demonstration project with hope of creating a viable zero-emission area near freight-intensive areas, including large ports such as Los Angles and Long Beach. Poor air quality at the ports has been a problem for many years due to excessive smog forming emissions.

Mack’s electrified tractor prototype was made by equipping a Pinnacle daycab with a proprietary plug-in hybrid electric driveline. Using a special piece of equipment supplied by Siemens, the truck’s driveline can be powered by the overhead electric lines. Whether powered by electric catenary systems or more conventional fuels such as diesel, tractor trailers and other types of trucks are often involved in some of the most serious types of motor vehicle accidents. Truck accidents can result in significant bodily injuries including loss of limbs, internal bleeding, head injuries, and fatality. At the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr, we have extensive experience recovering compensation for those injured in truck accidents.

Piscataway Truck Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr Help Victims Claim Compensation for Their Injuries

If you or a loved one has been injured as result of trucking company negligence, defective truck equipment, overloaded trucks, unsecured truck loads, truck driver fatigue, violations of driving hour-log requirements or truck rollovers, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. The experienced Piscataway truck accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr can assist you in handling all aspects of your truck accident claim.

With offices conveniently located in Highland Park, New Jersey, we proudly serve injured individuals and their families in the New Brunswick, Edison, Somerset, South River, Sayreville, Metuchen, East Brunswick, South Plainfield, Fords, Middlesex, Old Bridge, Iselin, Bound Brook, Perth Amboy, Piscataway, and Colonia communities. To schedule an appointment today, call us at 732-249-4600 or contact us online.

Manhattan Truck Crash Leads to Eight Fatalities and Several Injuries

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Manhattan Truck Crash Leads to Eight Fatalities and Several InjuriesIn New York, a truck crash led to eight fatalities and numerous injuries on Tuesday afternoon. The driver of a rental truck drove on the bicycle path on the West Side Highway in Lower Manhattan for several blocks, hitting pedestrians and bicyclists along the way. After the truck driver exited his vehicle, it was discovered he was armed, and the police used deadly force to quell any further action. Six victims succumbed to their fatal injuries at the scene of the accident while two others passed away at an area hospital, and eleven individuals sustained serious injuries. Police surmised that this was an act of terrorism, and the perpetrator, who is being treated at a local hospital, is under their custody.

Although the truck crash that occurred in Manhattan was deemed a terroristic act, pedestrian and bicycle accidents commonly take place on any busy street. In some cases, when a pedestrian or bicyclist is struck by a vehicle, the driver may have been engaging in reckless driving or distracted driving. Victims of a pedestrian or bicycle accident may incur a variety of injuries and potential fatalities.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a pedestrian accident, you may be eligible for compensation of your injuries. Call our pedestrian accident lawyers in New Brunswick at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr at 732-249-4600 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. Our offices are located in Highland Park, New Jersey and we serve clients in Middlesex County, including the communities of Highland Park, Somerset, New Brunswick, Edison, South River, Sayreville, Metuchen, East Brunswick, South Plainfield, Fords, Middlesex, Old Bridge, Iselin, Bound Brook, Perth Amboy, and Colonia, New Jersey.

Always Working for Our Clients’ Success!

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At the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr, we take great pride in being champions for our clients. We believe it is our obligation to always offer our absolute best for the benefit of the people who place their trust in us so that we can achieve the most optimal outcome for their cases. The following settlements are a small sampling of our clients’ recent victories:

Truck Accident: $72,500 Settlement

The case: Our client, a 50-year-old woman was a passenger in a car when a large truck turned left out of a gas station, hitting the car she was travelling in.

The challenge: The truck driver said that the driver of the car should have been able to avoid the accident. We were able to get photos taken by the State Police, which were not ordinarily available.

The solution: Our investigator – a former police officer in that area – used extra effort to get us photos showing that the truck driver only got halfway across, and the truck turned right in front of the car.

Truck accidents are different than auto accidents or any other case, and our experience enables us to navigate successfully despite the differences. Our client had serious injuries, including a broken back and a concussion. We worked hard and got a very good result.

Aggravation of Pre-existing Injuries: $500,000 Settlement

The case: Our client’s automobile was hit in the rear in two accidents close in time. He injured his neck and back and had surgery.

The challenge: Our client had a serious auto accident five years earlier and had neck surgery. He also injured his back in the prior accident. Up until a few months before these two accidents, he was still complaining about neck pain and having medical treatment.

After these two more recent rear-end collisions our client had another neck operation and another back operation. The opposing lawyers and the doctors said that it was all pre-existing. Furthermore, the MRIs before the more recent accidents looked just like the MRIs from the earlier accident.

The solution: We used a group of our client’s friends and co-workers, called lay witnesses, to prove that our client had been active and working hard prior to the recent accident. This showed that it was the new accident that severely aggravated his condition, causing the need for surgery.

The New Brunswick car accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Harold J. Gerr know that every case is different, and so we tailor our approach to provide unique and effective representation for every one of our clients. Call us at 877-249-4600 for a free consultation or contact us online. Our offices are located in Highland Park, New Jersey serving clients throughout New Jersey.