Silberstein, Awad, and Miklos (ASK4SAM) have reiterated their commitment to representing New York City car and truck crash victims, reinforcing their expertise in handling complex cases involving trucking and insurance companies.
Hauppauge, United States – October 18, 2023 —
Silberstein, Awad, and Miklos (ASK4SAM) reaffirms their commitment to representing victims of car and truck crashes in the New York City area, emphasizing their expertise in complex cases involving trucking and insurance companies.
The firm underscores the importance of securing representation from experienced truck accident attorneys when navigating the multifaceted intricacies of truck accident lawsuits. “Cases involving semi-trucks, delivery trucks, and even garbage trucks are rife with challenges, as multiple potentially liable parties—from truck drivers to trucking companies—can play a role in the event,” stated J. Michael West, a Marketing Manager at ASK4SAM. “Remembering to ‘Ask for Sam’ by calling 877-ASK4SAM or visiting ASK4SAM.net can be the difference between a swift resolution and prolonged distress for victims of negligence on the roads of New York City.”
Blind spots, driver negligence, and hazardous materials are just a few of the factors that can exacerbate the consequences of truck crashes, resulting in catastrophic injury or even wrongful death. Victims of these accidents often suffer from traumatic brain injury, nerve damage, and internal organ damage. Yet, securing a fair settlement from insurance providers, particularly when it involves commercial truck drivers, is notoriously challenging.
“The aftermath of a trucking accident doesn’t only involve physical therapy or medical treatments,” continued West. “Victims often face an uphill battle against insurance carriers, especially when there’s a dispute regarding the at-fault party or the extent of damage to vehicles. Even when there’s a clear case of driver negligence, an insurance company may still attempt to minimize their liability.”
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