Posted On: November 3, 2009 by Pennsylvania Personal Injury Attorney

Deptford Truck Driver Pleads Guilty in 2008 Triple Fatal Accident

A New Jersey truck driver involved in a Route 9, NJ accident that led to the death of three people, has pleaded guilty to a felony charge of grossly negligent operation resulting in death. According to an article by The Associated Press, attorneys said they will ask a Vermont District Court judge to sentence the Deptford, N.J. man to one to 10 years in prison.

On April 16, 2008, the truck driver was driving a tractor-trailer on Route 9 in Woodford, NJ that overturned on a sharp, downhill curve. The truck hit two cars in the opposite lane, killing two men. A third man died five months later of injuries suffered in the crash.

The families of these victims deserve to be rightfully compensated for their tremendous loss. Every day throughout the country families are devastated when innocent loved ones are injured or even die as the result of traffic accidents.

If you or a loved one has suffered severe physical injuries in an automobile accident in Pennsylvania, please call Cherry, Fieger and Marciano, LLP for a free case evaluation.

The Philadelphia auto accident attorneys at Cherry, Fieger and Marciano, LLP, represent clients who have been seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents throughout the state of Pennsylvania. Our Philly vehicle accident lawyers have years of experience representing Pennsylvania vehicle accident cases, including motorcycle accident injury and truck accident injury cases. If you or a loved one has suffered severe physical injuries in an automobile accident in Pennsylvania, please call Cherry, Fieger and Marciano, LLP for a free case evaluation.

Source article: http://www.philly.com/philly/news/breaking/20091028_Deptford_truck_driver_pleads_guilty_in_2008_triple_fatal.html