COVID – 19 MESSAGE FROM Soroka & Associates, LLC

As you already know, the coronavirus (COVID-19) is creating challenges for all of us. We hope that you all are staying safe and healthy and taking all the necessary precautions during this challenging time. At Soroka & Associates, LLC, we are committed to our employees, associates, clients, and perspective clients. We always strive to provide a safe and comfortable environment to everyone at our office.

Our office has remained open during our regular business hours Monday through Friday and by appointment during the weekends. We have taken additional measures to assure the safety everyone that enters our office. Our staff and cleaning personnel have increased the frequency and scope of cleanings and disinfecting at our office in accordance with the CDC recommendations to assure the safety of anyone that enters our office.

As an extra step to our commitment to safety, we have also adapted to the changing environment, and now offer virtual consultations via Zoom, Facetime, and Skype during our business hours. As always, phone consultations are available by appointment, at all hours, any day of the week.

Help For Victims Of Truck Accident Injuries

Accidents involving semitrucks and other commercial motor vehicles are more complex than the standard automobile accident. Knowledge and understanding of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations is imperative in handling cases involving semitrucks and other commercial vehicles. Furthermore, immediate steps need to be taken to preserve the evidence necessary to determine negligence. The personal injury attorneys of Soroka & Associates, LLC, have the necessary knowledge and experience to litigate a case involving a commercial vehicle.

Due to the size and weight of semitrucks and other transport vehicles, trucking accidents often cause severe, catastrophic injuries to the people inside the other involved vehicle. Along with the truck driver, the trucking company may be liable for these injuries if the injuries were caused, at least in part, by the trucking company’s negligence.

Negligence can manifest in a variety of ways. For instance, to meet strict deadlines, trucking companies often overschedule their drivers. This can lead to drowsy drivers more likely to be involved in accidents. Other dangerous practices include improper vehicle maintenance, improper tire maintenance, braking problems, overloading, and driver error, all which can lead to on-the-road accidents.

Injuries caused by trucking accidents are typically life-changing injuries. You deserve to hold the appropriate parties accountable and to receive just compensation.

Contact the Columbus attorneys at Soroka & Associates, LLC, to learn more about how we can help with your claim. You can call us at 614-358-6525 or fill out our online contact form. Our initial consultation is free of charge, and if we accept your case, we conduct our work in personal injury matters on a contingent fee basis. This means that we get paid only if there is a monetary award on your behalf.