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Truck Accidents

Florida Truck Driver Hit and Runs Florida law allows those who have been injured by negligent truck drivers to receive damages (monetary compensation) through a personal injury lawsuit. When filed within four years from the date of the accident (the statute of limitations), victims may receive compensation for medical bills,…

Filing a Truck Accident Injury Claim Truck accidents can be devastating, especially if you were in a smaller vehicle. The sheer size and weight of commercial trucks can cause extensive damage to passenger vehicles. Your own vehicle can be crushed and you may have suffered life-threatening injuries. Loved ones could…

Every year in the United States, over 15.5 million trucks carry nearly 70 percent of all freight transported annually—a whopping $1 trillion worth of goods inside the country, and between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. In Florida in the last year for which Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has…

Deadly Semi-Truck Accidents Caused by Truckers Falsifying Logs Semi-truck driving is no simple matter. Prospective truckers do not simply get behind the wheel of a commercial tractor-trailer and start driving. Semi-truck driving required extensive training and certification due to the surprising difficulty that comes with maneuvering such a large vehicle…

Often, accident victims find themselves blind-sided by the expenses they face after a truck accident. Even minor injuries can leave you out of work for weeks, while more serious injuries—including those often faced by truck accident victims—can force you to reshape your entire life. Fortunately, you do have some recourse…

Driving Under the Influence Drunk driving is the most dangerous behavior on the road. It’s even more alarming when the drinking driver is operating a large truck. In 2017, drivers under the influence of alcohol claimed 10,874 lives on American highways. That’s primarily because alcohol changes the way drivers interact…