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Attorney Eric Knobloch Achieves Board Certification in Truck Accident Law

Board Certification in Truck Accident Law

Board Certification in Truck Accident Law

Gruber Law Offices is proud to announce that Attorney Eric Knobloch has successfully achieved Board Certification in Truck Accident Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA).

As of the date of his Certification in January 2022, Attorney Eric Knobloch is the only attorney in the entire State of Wisconsin Board Certified in Trucking Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

In order to achieve Board Certification in Truck Accident Law, lawyers must undergo a rigorous and detailed vetting process. Lawyers need demonstrate hands-on experience handling in various types of truck crash cases. Lawyers must also devote a substantial percentage of their cases to trucking litigation. The vetting process also examines a lawyers reputation by judicial and peer references to attest to their competency. In addition to other requirements, Truck Accident Law Board Certification also requires that skill and knowledge are tested through a comprehensive written examination.

The accreditation is the only American Bar Association accreditation for Truck Accident Law in the United States.

David Gruber, Gruber Law Offices Founder and CEO, noted that, “We are proud of Attorney Knobloch for this tremendous achievement. Eric, along with entire our Trucking Team, has achieved tremendous results for so many truck crash victims over the years. Eric has impacted countless lives in a very positive fashion. He has developed a strong passion for this unique and complicated area of injury law. Eric is a talented, aggressive and highly successful trucking attorney. Again, kudos to Attorney Knobloch for this prestigious and well-deserved accomplishment.”

Board Certification in Truck Accident Law