Tens of Millions of Dollars Recovered in Personal Injury Claims
The New York City metro area is a center of commerce for the entire northeastern United States. Every day, thousands of trucks and commercial delivery vehicles move in and out of crowded traffic conditions and through residential areas. According to government statistics*, nearly 2,000 people are injured or killed on New York roads by trucks and commercial vehicles in a typical year.
Free Consultation - No Fees Unless You Win - Se Habla Español
If you were injured in an accident involving a truck or commercial delivery van in the New York City metro area, arrange a free consultation with attorney Marshall Bluth of The Law Offices of Marshall S. Bluth. For more than two decades, Marshall has been a powerful advocate for the rights of people injured because of truck driver negligence or truck company violations of state and federal trucking laws in New York. He offers a free, no-obligation consultation to evaluate your case and explain your options for seeking full and fair compensation for your injuries and financial damages. There will be no attorneys' fees charged if you don't win in a settlement or jury verdict.
Over his 20-year career as a personal injury trial lawyer, Marshall has obtained tens of millions of dollars in money damages for clients, a large percentage of his successful settlements and verdicts have involved motor vehicle accident cases, including:
- Truck accidents
- Commercial delivery van accidents
- Bus accidents
- Taxicab and livery car accidents
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Construction and work vehicle accidents
Experienced Manhattan 18-Wheeler Accident Lawyer
From offices on Broadway in Manhattan, the firm represents people who have been seriously injured in accidents in Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and communities throughout New York City and elsewhere in New York. Call 212-448-1130 or contact the firm by e-mail to arrange a free initial consultation with experienced Brooklyn truck accident lawyer Marshall S. Bluth today.