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Who is at fault when a truck causes a multiple car pileup? New York truck accident lawyers can help.

The massive car pileup on I-95 recently was a major news story, in which over 40 cars were involved and multiple injuries were reported. While the main factor in that particular accident was the weather and hazardous road conditions, other multiple car pileups are often caused by a single vehicle, and in many cases a large truck. If you or a loved one has been involved in such an accident and have suffered injuries, you may be wondering who is at fault and how to receive compensation. Your first thought might be that the truck driver is initially at fault, but in order to best determine who caused the accident, you will need the help of a New York truck accident lawyer.

September 26, 2007 accident, highway 9, CT, flipped truck

Experienced with many auto accidents, including multi-car pileups caused by trucks, truck accident attorneys in NY can investigate the accident and handle the massive amount of paperwork, inquiries, contact with authorities, negotiations with insurance companies, and all the other details and time-consuming efforts that ultimately stand in the way of you receiving compensation for your injuries.

When so many vehicles are involved in an accident, dealing with insurance companies on your own can take a very long time, and sometimes the fault may be better placed on the trucking company or another vehicle that actually caused the truck to crash into others. There is no need to cause yourself any more stress after such an accident—speak with a truck accident attorney in NY today and get someone on your side really working to help you.

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