New Mexico Trucking Crash Attorney for 18 Wheeler, Tractor Trailer, Commercial Vehicles and Semi Truck Crashes, Accidents and Wrecks
Crashes between small passenger vehicles and massive commercial vehicles like delivery trucks, 18-wheelers, semi trucks and tractor trailers can present unique legal challenges. A commercial vehicle’s owner is most likely be a national or even international corporation. Damages and injuries experienced by a car or light-truck driver are typically severe. Oftentimes, the result is death or severe and crippling injuries. With large amounts of money at their disposal and even employment and trucking licenses at stake, commercial vehicle drivers have ample motive to be dishonest.
At the Caruso Law Offices in Albuquerque, New Mexico we have successfully handled many legal disputes involving 18-wheelers, semi trucks, tractor trailers and other types of commercial vehicles.
Have you been injured in an accident or crash involving a semi truck, 18-wheeler, tractor trailer or other commercial vehicle? We can help. Attorney Mark Caruso and his staff of attorneys, paralegals, legal assistants and experts are fully familiar and experienced with the unique challenges of motor vehicle crashes involving large commercial trucks, and can help you achieve a fair resolution of your case.
Commercial vehicles are often highly insured, helping you obtain the financial compensation you deserve. Contact us for a no-charge discussion of your case. With 31 years of experience and successful settlements, awards and judgments to back up his reputation, Mark Caruso will get you the most money possible on your 18 wheeler, tractor trailer and semi truck crash. Call us for a free consultation at 505-883-5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our web page at www.carusolaw.com
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