Commercial trucks flood Florida’s interstates. Often, truck drivers are overworked and tired.
This increases the chances of trucking accidents. Accidents involving large trucks can be fatal, especially for the passengers in the other vehicles involved. Catastrophic injuries could include traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, back and neck injuries, broken bones, and lacerations. Many vehicle passengers are often unable to handle the impact of a large truck, leaving its passengers to absorb the force of the impact in a trucking accident.
Truck accidents can lead to significant property damage, catastrophic injuries, and even result in death.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident in Florida, you need a dedicated and experienced trucking accident lawyer to help you throughout your treatment and personal injury claim. We are committed to getting you fully compensated for your injuries, including pain, suffering, and related expenses.
We understand that each trucking accident case needs to be thoroughly investigated. Trucking accidents may involve multiple parties, including the trucking company and the truck manufacturer. Multiple trucking accident claims can be made as well, including negligence and product design defect.Back to Motor Vehicle Accidents