Preserving Evidence in Trucking Accident Cases

Posted on July 9, 2019 in

Accidents with large trucks, such as tractor-trailers, semi-trucks, dump trucks, concrete trucks, trash trucks, or other large commercial trucks typically result in catastrophic injuries or even death. If you were in an accident with a large commercial truck, you likely suffered severe injuries and may be unable to return to work. In order to receive compensation for your injuries, you will need to ensure that the evidence from the trucking accident is preserved immediately in order to build a strong personal injury case.

Types of Evidence To Preserve

Trucking companies and insurance companies often rush to the scene of a trucking accident, and critical evidence can be lost if not proactively preserved. Both the physical and electronic evidence will need to remain in its original condition to prove negligence. Some of the evidence you should attempt to obtain includes:

Contact an Experienced Trucking Attorney

If you were in a trucking accident, preserving evidence is crucial to building a strong personal injury case. We can issue a spoliation letter to all parties involved that may be responsible for the accident, including the truck driver, the motor carrier that owned the truck, the trucking company, or the trucking manufacturer. Contact an experienced NYC personal injury attorney at the law firm of Michael J. Redenburg to help you understand your rights. Contact us today for a free consultation at (347) 492-1189 or online.

Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. P.C.

In over a decade of legal practice, Attorney Michael Redenburg began his career defending cases for the clients of insurance companies. Initially defending no-fault claims at a Long Island-based law firm, he then moved on to a Manhattan-based firm where he defended the clients of insurance carriers in an auto accident and premises liability matters.

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