1. Litigation testing – Usually applied to products liability cases, this process can be used in trucking cases to prove standard of care of professional drivers and trucking companies.
  2. Investigation – Trucking companies usually have emergency responders throughout the country who can be at the scene of a crash immediately to work on behalf of the trucking company.
  3. Discovery – Expert witnesses, long-haul truckers and corporate representatives often require out-of-state depositions.
  4. Technology – Trucking cases require forensics, examination of GPS data, safety standards research, review of violations and carrier history, recreation of crash specifics and more.

If you have been involved in an injury accident, or a loved one has been killed by an accident involving a semi-truck, you need to hire an attorney with special knowledge in the rules that apply to these types of cases.  Here at Steinberg Injury Lawyers, we have been handling cases for hundreds of clients affected by an accident with a big-rig truck.  

Call us now for a free, no obligation, consultation.  We can tell you if you have a case and what it might be worth right over the phone.  The trucking company is already investigating the accident...don't delay.

Peter Steinberg
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Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney Since 1982