Teenage Boy Critically Hurt in Truck Accident

Hurt in Truck AccidentA Bronx seventeen-year-old was critically injured when a U-Haul Truck struck him at the intersection of Southern Boulevard and Barretto Street in the Bronx. He was rushed to Lincoln Hospital where he remains in critical condition with swelling to the brain. Doctors had to remove part of his scalp.

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The driver had reportedly stolen the truck, was high on methadone at the time, had 16 license suspensions and tried to leave the scene.

Truck accident victims who survive are often badly injured and many face a long and difficult recovery. Even with the best medicine, some face years of care and rehabilitation.

The New York truck accident lawyers at Oresky & Associates, pllc. have been helping people who have been hurt in truck, bus and other vehicle accidents for almost 25 years. We go to work for the accident victim right away.

Every truck accident is different. When you have a serious accident case, you should look for an attorney that has experience in personal injury litigation. Our firm exclusively represents accident victims. We have successfully represented accident victims in bus, car, and truck accidents. We know where to focus our time and efforts in preparing an accident case. We have the resources, skill and knowledge to help accident victims. Our investigators leave no stone unturned and our attorneys will vigorously fight for your rights in court. Oresky & Associates, pllc. has been recently recognized for getting some of the top settlements and awards for clients who have been injured as the result of accidents.

Have you been injured in a truck or car accident?If you or a loved one has been hurt in a truck accident, call us at (718) 993-9999 today. Having an experienced accident attorney on your side can greatly improve your chance of getting the best possible legal outcome. That way you can focus on what you really need to do — getting better or helping your loved one recover.

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