Truck Accident Compensation and Liability Laws in Florida
Injured? Hire a Gainesville Truck Accident AttorneyAt its full loading capacity, a semi-truck can weigh up to 80,000 pounds, while a normal passenger vehicle weighs only 4,000 pounds. Because of this, the injuries sustained in truck accidents are often severe and can result in permanent disfigurement or disability. If you’ve been involved in a truck accident, you may have a right to take legal action against the negligent party responsible for your injuries. At Allen Law Firm, P.A., you can trust that your case gets nothing less than our personal attention. We aim to treat every client like family – we understand how sensitive these legal matters can be and we’re available 24/7 to address your needs and concerns. We’re ready to hear your story. Call Allen Law Firm, P.A. at (352) 331-6789 today to learn more about truck accident compensation and liability laws.
How do I prove liability?For you to achieve a successful outcome in your injury case, you must show that the individual or entity you are holding accountable is solely liable for the injuries you’ve suffered. Unlike other cases, you can name more than one person as a defendant in your claim. It’s important that you identify your defendants with the guidance of a skilled legal professional. In the event that you accidentally leave out a defendant, it may be too late to add them later. Defendants in your injury claim and truck accident compensation can include the following:
- Truck drivers
- Trucking companies
- Truck equipment manufacturers
- Truck maintenance companies