About Our Truck Accident Attorneys
The attorneys at The Law Firm for Truck Safety know that it is imperative to understand all facets of truck accident litigation including commercial insurance, truck mechanics, and federal regulations such as drug and alcohol testing and hours of service requirements. The honest and aggressive work ethic of our firm has led to the resolution of numerous truck accidents throughout the United States.
Rena M. Leizerman
Phone: (800) 628-4500
Fax: (888) 828-7371
Rena M. Leizerman concentrates her practice in the area of serious personal injury and wrongful death involving truck accidents.
Joshua Leizerman continues the Leizerman family tradition of representing injured victims and their families. He has substantial experience working on catastrophic car, truck and train cases.
The Law Firm for Truck Safety Will Investigate Thoroughly
Our researchers provide our firm with the law, facts, and evidence necessary to honestly, aggressively, and successfully represent victims of truck collisions.
Will Meet With You Regularly. We will meet with you immediately after your injury and will be available to meet personally with you throughout the entire process. We will answer your questions, and keep you updated and informed.
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Sorting out the complicated aftermath of a truck accident requires experience. At The Law Firm for Truck Safety, our experience includes successfully resolving truck accident cases for our clients throughout the United States.
Trucking is big business in America. Trucking companies and their insurance companies will do everything in their power to minimize their liability from truck crashes – often starting to build their version of a case right at the scene of the accident. In order to combat their efforts you will need an attorney who is familiar with the unique nature of truck accidents to represent you.
We are familiar with all facets of truck accident litigation including commercial insurance, truck mechanics, and federal regulations such as drug and alcohol testing and hours of service requirements.
Each truck accident has its own complex set of circumstances. Recent developments such as the use of electronic onboard recorders on commercial vehicles that track and record a driver’s speed and location in great detail can provide an attorney with the information necessary to win a case, but only if that attorney has the experience and knowledge to put the information to use. We have that experience and knowledge.