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Drivers Everywhere, Including Those In Florida, Can Be Involved In Crashes With Tractor-Trailers

Everybody knows that trucks keep America rolling. They carry products from one place to the next to ensure that they are on store shelves. Some of the vehicles are used to transport fuel, trees, chemicals, and more as well. Although these tractor-trailers and operators are necessary, it can still be quite intimidating to get in front, behind, or beside them on the highway.

Why is the venture so scary? Well, for one, the trucks create a substantial amount of wind while out on the road. The force causes smaller autos to shake and get pushed around. Additionally, big-rigs are large, and when they are loaded down, they are extremely heavy. In other words, the tractor-trailers need space to brake and stop safely. If traffic abruptly comes to a stand-still in front of one, it can plow into the rear-end of another car, causing a pile-up.

Also, because of the weight, if the trailer is improperly loaded, the vehicle may flip when turning or taking a curve. When this incident occurs, the rig can overturn onto a conventionally sized car, truck, van, or SUV, resulting in a catastrophic outcome. Trucking accidents are typically some of the worst kinds of crashes. Due to their sheer size, occupants of passenger vehicles sustain injuries and even lose their lives. Persons that do escape the events are often left with damages such as…

• Traumatic Brain Injury
• Loss Of Limbs
• Internal Bleeding And Organ Damage
• Paralysis
• Broken Bones

Don't Get Stuck With Medical Expenses For Injuries That Were No Fault Of Your Own

Medical expenses tend to build up in a hurry after truck accidents. Car drivers and passengers are regularly left unable to work. Hence, it becomes difficult for them to purchase groceries or keep the lights on. How are they supposed to cover ambulance rides, doctor bills, and other costs? One solution is to hire a personal injury attorney to fight for a settlement on their behalf. They will take care of the legal burden while the individual concentrates on his or her recovery.

Logistics companies usually have legal representation on standby. These professionals only have one purpose, which is to help their client avoid paying out a substantial amount of compensation. They offer low ball amounts hoping that crash victims will settle as they begin to run out of money. On many occasions, they even attempt to shift fault and prove to a jury that the plaintiff caused the issue. Of course, these actions aren't right, but unfortunately, they happen.

Putting a proven personal injury attorney on your side will show these organizations that you mean business. He or she will obtain police reports, black box data, cell phone records, and more to build a robust and persuasive case. Our firm offers free case evaluations, so Florida residents can find out where their claim stands without having to break the bank. Also, persons only owe a fee if compensation is recovered.

Give Us The Opportunity To Help

Nobody deserves to get taken advantage of by corporations and their attorneys, especially if their driver acted negligently or recklessly. Acts that are viewed as negligent include but are not limited to speeding, talking/texting on the phone, and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. So, take the fight to these big wigs by giving our office a call today. There is nothing to lose and only compensation to gain. We have proudly been representing residents in Port Charlotte, Englewood, North Port, Arcadia, Fort Myers, Sarasota, Punta Gorda, and Venice for more than 30 years. The team will be more than happy to do the same for you.