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Tailgating & Trucking Accidents

Our Albany tailgating accident lawyers represent clients injured in a tailgating truck accident.

Albany Tailgating Accident Lawyers

When a collision between a passenger vehicle and a tractor-trailer occurs, the occupants of the passenger vehicle are the ones who are most likely to suffer injuries or death. As the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reports, out of the nearly 3,200 people who died in large truck crashes during a recent year, 89.7 percent were either drivers or passengers of the other vehicles.

Many of these truck accidents involve “tailgating.” This is a term that refers to one vehicle following dangerously close to the vehicle in front.

If you or a loved one has been harmed in a truck accident involving tailgating, it is crucial for you to get help right away from an experienced truck accident attorney. In many cases, the cause of a tailgating truck accident may be a negligent truck driver or faulty or poorly maintained truck equipment. If this is the case in your accident, you may be entitled to just compensation for your losses.

The lawyers of Powers & Santola, LLP, have decades of combined experience in helping truck accident victims and their families in Albany, Syracuse and throughout New York. We can investigate your crash and advise you of your options for seeking a recovery. Contact us today to get started with a free consultation.

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Contact a Truck Accident Attorney Serving Albany and Syracuse

Determining the cause of a tailgating accident involving a tractor-trailer and seeking just compensation for victims requires skill and experience. You can count on the lawyers of Powers & Santola, LLP, to handle your case with the professionalism and compassion that you deserve.

To schedule a free consultation, call or contact us online today. We have been helping truck accident victims in Albany, Syracuse and throughout New York State since 1987. We are ready to help you, too.

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