Insurance Defense Litigation Involving Heavy Trucks

The high policy limits associated with commercial truck insurance mean that insurance companies face massive exposure in heavy truck litigation. Plaintiffs' attorneys know this and often seek maximum damages that can cost insurance companies millions of dollars.

At Anselmi Mierzejewski Ruth & Sowle P.C., our powerful legal team draws upon our decades of experience to provide insurance defense representation designed with early disposition in mind. We attempt to resolve cases as early and as favorably as possible — our assertive representation and well-honed negotiation skills have led to positive outcomes for thousands of our clients.

In-Depth Knowledge of Insurance Regulations

Our extensive work with heavy truck cases means our attorneys are already well-versed in both the law that is applied and the language that is used in these cases. Your company will not have to pay us to take the time to understand the concepts that are vital to 18-wheeler litigation. This makes our representation even more cost-effective, underscoring our dedication to cost containment in every possible form.

A select few of the concepts we are already familiar with include:

  • Paperless log systems (PLS)
  • Electronic control module (ECM)/black box
  • Bobtail status
  • Collision warning sensors (CWS)
  • Tachographs
  • Jake brake
  • Glad hands

Our familiarity with heavy truck litigation also provides us with a deep understanding of the complex regulations that affect these cases. In addition to a plethora of federal regulations, truck litigation is also affected by rules in specific jurisdictions. For example, the unique no-fault law in Michigan adds additional complexity to these already complicated cases. No case is too complex for our litigation attorneys, and in all circumstances, we offer defense representation designed to be as efficient and expedient as possible.

To schedule a consultation, contact one of the A-M Law attorneys at our Bloomfield Hills office at 248-338-2290 or complete an online form and an A-M Law lawyer will contact you.