Florida trucking companies can be liable for accidents their drivers cause! After a trucking accident in which a victim sustains bodily injury, consulting with a trucking accident lawyer is a priority. A Personal Injury lawyer with years of trucking accident experience can determine if injuries are severe enough to recover damages. It’s important the lawyer has previous trucking accident experience. A lawyer lacking trucking accident experience can send the client out the door with insufficient compensation. While some lawyers claim they can handle a case as large as a trucking accident, they never see them to verdict.
Furthermore, when it comes to Personal Injury cases, clients frequently hear terms they’re unfamiliar with. The best thing to do when unsure what something means in regard to a Personal Injury case, is ask! A lawyer with experience won’t have a problem explaining case details to the client.
Sometimes, we may not anticipate the outcome of a car accident. When life moves quickly, the best thing we can do is protect ourselves. That’s what car insurance policies are for. In our various insurance articles we provide readers everything they need to know on personal insurance policies. Now, we will look at another form of insurance: commercial trucking insurance. These insurance policies are in place to protect Florida's truck drivers. Those big, monster, eighteen-wheelers traveling I-95 or the Turnpike every morning? Those guys! How does Florida protect truck drivers? The same principle of necessity applies to those in the automotive and...Continue reading
Florida trucking accident law isn’t something we think of very often. Yet, we see commercial trucks out on Florida's roads and highways every day. When we get on the overcrowded Miami highways, or hit the Turnpike to get to work, the sight of eighteen wheelers causing traffic jams is hard to miss. While commercial trucks on our busy roads are the norm, the laws that regulate their safe commutes are more complicated. Statistics now show that each year, nearly 4,000 Americans suffer accidents with fatal injuries from truck drivers who fail to uphold the standard of care for public safety. What does...Continue reading