How Soon Does an Investigation Start After A Truck Accident?

There are many things that can go on in a truck accident investigation. The trucking company itself may go out to conduct an investigation, or the state police depending on the area. They’ll be out there to gather evidence, sometimes getting information out of a black box. Black boxes contain a lot of vital information that you may miss out without the help of a lawyer. Watch this video as attorney John Gregory explains why it’s important to contact him in the case of a truck accident.

Video Transcription

After a truck accident, depending upon the sophistication of the particular truck company, they’re going to be out to conduct an investigation. Often what we see is that in states like New York, New Jersey there are actually special units of the state police department for investigating truck accidents and bus accidents and things like that, commercial vehicle accidents. And they’ll be out to the scene to gather evidence. The representatives from trucking companies are also going to be very interested in getting to the scene to do their investigation. They may be taking information out of like a black box, we always hear about black boxes in airline catastrophes and airline accidents. That same technology is used in many of the trucks that travel across our highways around the country. Those black boxes possess a lot of vital information for figuring out how a truck accident occurred. Again, it’s important to preserve that type of evidence, and if you’re not reaching out to a skilled lawyer early after a truck accident, important evidence that may be on that black box can be lost and the understanding of how this accident happened in proving that the truck was responsible for your accident can be lost forever. Here at the Keefe law firm we stand for you. Call now to get the help you need at (866) 575-5000. Visit us at Keefe-LawFirm.com

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