A simple search of online headlines reveals that hit-and-run trucking accidents are a problem. When a driver leaves the scene of an accident, it adds difficulty to an already challenging situation, especially in the aftermath of a truck accident, which can be severe. The NJ Trucking Accident Lawyers at Gill & Chamas will help you uncover the facts and argue them in court, whether a truck driver left the scene due to fear, or because they know they were speeding or involved in other unsafe driving conditions.
What to Do After a Hit-and-Run in New Jersey
We understand that a hit-and-run truck accident can be overwhelming. If you or your vehicle has been struck by a truck that left the scene:
- Make safety a priority and contact 911
- Cooperate with safety and legal authorities on the scene
- Write down license plate numbers and try to see if there are witnesses police can investigate
- Contact a NJ Trucking Accident Lawyer with experience in hit-and-run-cases
Legal Expertise and Dedication for Trucking Accident Victims
Especially when trucks are carrying heavy loads, they take total concentration to operate. Even a small gap in judgment can lead to serious accidents, and NJ has serious penalties for those who leave the scene of an accident. From managing witness testimony to coordinating evidence, our team of experienced NJ Trucking Accident Lawyers understands the nuances of these cases and can handle yours with the same level of dedication that has framed our success stories. Whether you have been injured, face lost wages, or are suffering the loss of a loved one, our nearly 30 years in the field can help.
Call our office today at 732.324.7600, or click here to contact us immediately.