The experienced New York car accident lawyers at Cellino & Barnes have helped hundreds of Buffalo truck accident victims.
The Queen City, in its close proximity to the Peace Bridge and Canada, is a busy route for tractor trailers, which can be seen lining the Peace Bridge on a daily basis.
Truck accidents occur due to:
- Turning: Truck drivers often use more than one lane of traffic to make a right turn. This has resulted in unseen vehicles being crushed.
- Fatigue: Falling asleep at the wheel is a dangerous concern and when a tractor-trailer is involved, it can cause catastrophic injuries.
Brake Time: Large trucks need time to stop, which has resulted in
rear-end accidents. Often these accidents causes serious neck and back injuries.
- Jack-knife: Large trucks can jack-knife if they come to a sudden stop and the load shifts. When this happens, often, there is no place for a passenger vehicle to go.
If you or someone you love has suffered an injury in a
Buffalo truck accident
, whether an 18-wheeler or delivery truck, we ask that you
our Buffalo truck accident attorneys, as soon as possible.
The Buffalo car accident attorneys
at Cellino & Barnes focus on serious injury cases resulting from auto accidents, including rear-end collisions
, drunk driving accidents
, texting while driving
and many others.
Cellino & Barnes has obtained hundreds of millions of dollars for our Buffalo auto accident clients. Some of those results have included over $40 Million for an auto accident victim, $12.25 Million for a car accident burn victim and $4.8 Million for a truck accident victim, to name a few. More results
Cellino & Barnes is committed to providing our Buffalo car accident clients with the quality representation they have come to know from Cellino & Barnes. If you or a loved one has been injured in a Buffalo car accident, call Cellino & Barnes today at 716-854-2020, or contact us
Numerous texting while driving
accidents have happened in Buffalo and across Western New York.
Many local residents were greatly affected by the Rochester teens killed, the five area cheerleaders killed when they struck a tractor-trailer, as well as a recent college student killed after her car rolled over after texting.
Each of these accidents was the result of texting while driving
and could have been avoided.
We ask our Buffalo community and every community across New York State, to stop texting while driving