Award-Winning Truck Accident Lawyers
Did you suffer an injury in a trucking accident?
Did a semi-truck or big rig driver cause your crash?
If so, you need an experienced truck accident attorney in your corner from the start.
Accidents with commercial trucks involve a very different set of issues than normal automobile accidents. The truck accident lawyers of Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, understand the specific nuances involved in semi-truck and tractor-trailer accidents. Our lawyers can use their specialized experience and knowledge regarding these cases for your benefit.
At Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, we have the resources necessary to pursue your case. Truck accident cases can be costly to pursue and to properly investigate; having the necessary resources to handle these tasks is essential—we do! We work on a contingency basis. That means that you don’t pay us anything unless we can win your case for you!
Why Choose Dolman Law Group for Help With Truck Accident Claim
If you were involved in a truck accident, you require legal representation with experience in the complexities of truck accident cases. Dolman Law Group has seasoned truck accident lawyers that understand how to deal with any potential issues that can arise. We will stand by you through every step of the process of filing a truck crash injury claim with a trucking company’s insurance provider and provide support through any challenging moments during the claims process.
When you work with Dolman Law Group, our truck crash attorneys will handle your case with the utmost care. We will never pressure you into taking an unreasonable settlement offer. Our truck wreck lawyers are willing to take the case as far as necessary when the insurance carrier fails to make a fair offer.
Dolman Law Group has the financial resources to help you pursue a potentially expensive claim. We also have retained an expert on trucking industry protocols who can comb through employment records to unearth driving violations. This enables us to amend our initial complaint and add a count for negligent hiring and retention.
Dolman Law Group is the Most Qualified Firm To Take Your Truck Accident Case
The trial attorneys at Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA have over 100 combined years of experience with all types of personal injury claims. Our reputation for aggressively representing our clients is evident in the diligent work we do every day toward maximizing their settlement offers.
Matthew Dolman has been voted by his colleagues on multiple occasions as a Florida Super Lawyer and Legal Elite. Further, he is a lifetime member of both the Million Dollar and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum and has been named one of the nation’s top 100 trial lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers.
We want to represent you as you seek compensation from a negligent truck driver’s insurance company. Let us show you how we can aid in your truck accident claim process by contacting us for a free consultation.
Dolman Law Group Truck Crash Case Results
At Dolman Law Group, we are committed to getting results for the personal injury victims that rely upon us for help. Semi-truck accident claims can involve very high-value damages due to the especially severe nature of injuries these accidents tend to inflict. As a result, truck accident claims can very easily become truck accident lawsuits due to the immense amount of money on the line for insurance companies that will do everything in their power to keep the amount they pay out to a minimum.
Dolman Law group’s dedication to getting results for our clients does not stop at the negotiating table. Our firm is ready and willing to go to trial to defend our client’s rights to fair compensation for injuries they wrongfully suffered. We will leave no stone unturned because we believe in putting our full support behind every case we take.
The following are some of the cases where we have helped Florida truck crash victims receive compensation:
- $3.85 Million for a Semi-Truck Accident That Resulted in a Brain Injury
- $3.2 Million for a Semi-Truck Accident That Resulted in a Brain Injury
- $1.75 Million for a Truck Accident That Required Shoulder Surgery and Caused a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
- $1.58 Million for a Truck Accident That Resulted in In Two Herniated Discs Impinging On The Spinal Cord
Florida Laws That Affect Truck Accident Claims
Trucking cases are generally complex based on state and federal laws that can potentially conflict with one another. Every state has its own regulations governing truck drivers’ actions, which detail how a large truck must be maintained and driven. Florida Statute 316.302 governs all owners and drivers of commercial vehicles operated on public roads.
The following are the rules for who is allowed to secure employment as a commercial truck driver:
- A truck driver can only hold commercial truck driving employment for intrastate travel if they are at least 18 years old. They must be 21 years old for interstate travel.
- Employers can only hire commercial truck drivers with a command of the English language. They must understand road signs, write fluent reports, and be able to communicate with officials.
- Commercial truck driving employees must have a valid CDL license and a safe driving history. They also must have clear enough vision to operate a truck safely. They must have 20/40 vision in each eye and a field of vision of at least 70 degrees from the horizontal meridian.
The following are the rules for how long a truck driver’s shift can last:
- A truck driver cannot drive after 70 hours in the last seven days or 80 hours in the previous eight days. After this work period, the truck driver must take at least 34 consecutive hours off before returning to work.
- After ten consecutive hours off duty, a driver can drive at least 12 but not more than 16 hours.
- All drivers must maintain a log book in case of investigation by the Department of Transportation.
- Drivers are not required to maintain a log book if they do not exceed a 150 air-mile radius. They are also exempt if they transport hazardous materials. However, they must document driving time if they exceed 12 hours of service.
Florida law also dictates how big a commercial truck can be. The following are the size specifications for Florida commercial trucks:
- A truck-tractor trailer must not exceed 65 feet in length, whereas any other truck cannot exceed 75 feet.
- The overhang of a commercial truck cannot exceed three feet.
- An automobile carrier cannot exceed 14 feet in height.
- A commercial truck cannot exceed 102 inches in width.
- The gross weight limit for a commercial vehicle is 80,000 pounds. The weight limit for a tandem-axel vehicle is 34,000 pounds and 20,000 pounds for a single-axel vehicle.
Where Do Most Florida Truck Accidents Occur?
Truck accidents commonly occur in areas with high traffic density. Highways are areas with high traffic density and speed limits. A driver can find it challenging to make complex evasive maneuvers with such a heavy vehicle moving fast.
Interstates can cause truck crashes because so many vehicles exit and enter at high speeds into the high traffic flow. A distracted truck driver can miss a vehicle entering the highway. They may not stop to allow for a vehicle to enter or drift over to their lane. Any level of inattention to recklessness in dense areas like a highway can cause a truck accident.
The following are some of the areas in Florida where truck accidents are likely to occur:
- Interstate 95
- Interstate 10
- Interstate 41
- The Florida Turnpike
What Causes Florida Truck Driving Accidents?
Reckless driving is one of the most common causes of Florida truck driving accidents. It only takes one reckless choice on the part of a truck driver to cause a deadly crash. Some reckless actions that can cause a truck crash include distracted driving, speeding, not using turn signals, etc.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) analyzed hundreds of truck accident factors, narrowing it down to the ten prevalent causes. The following are the ten factors that cause truck crashes:
- Brake problems
- Traffic flow interruption (congestion, previous crash)
- Prescription drug use
- Traveling too fast for conditions
- Little experience with roadway
- Roadway problems
- Required to stop before the crash (traffic control device, crosswalk)
- Drug use
- Inadequate surveillance (distracted driving)
Distracted Driving Truck Accidents
Distracted driving occurs when a driver takes their eyes or attention off the road, which is considered reckless driving behavior and can cause an accident. Distracted driving is one of the most dangerous things you can do behind the wheel. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), distracted driving claimed the lives of a startling 3,142 people in 2020.
If a truck driver drives distracted, it can result in devastating consequences for the other drivers on the road. It will be much more difficult due to the massive size of a truck for a truck driver to avoid an accident after their attention drifts away. Distracted driving can lead to the driver losing control, the truck spinning out, and multiple vehicles being in the crosshairs of a truck careening down the road.
The following are some of the distractions that can lead to a truck accident:
- Talking on the phone
- Engaging in a conversation with a passenger
- Playing with the radio
- Posting on social media
- Eating and drinking
- Searching through the glove box
- Putting on makeup
- Looking at a GPS
Truck Accidents Caused by Drunk Driving
Drunk driving is a reckless driving action that involves a driver getting behind the wheel of a car with a blood-alcohol level above 0.08. If a driver is intoxicated, they will suffer from severe cognitive issues that can make the safe operation of a motor vehicle impossible. They may not perceive every obstacle on the road, have blurry vision, or forget where they are going. Any lapse in the knowledge of how to operate a car can lead to a dangerous truck crash.
Operating a semi-truck drunk is even more dangerous because of the destructive impact a crash can have. The truck is massive and can cause a severe crash if it collides with another car. There may be dangerous materials in the truck that can become debris and cause widespread damage.
Semi – Trucks Driver Fatigue Contributes to Truck Accidents
The most common act of negligence in truck crashes is when a commercial driver is driving while tired. Driver fatigue causes thousands of unfortunate and senseless accidents each year. Federal trucking laws, known as Hours of Service (HOS) regulations, govern:
- The amount of time a driver can be on the road for a single stretch
- How much time must be taken off between shifts
- How many hours they can log during a specific week
It’s not uncommon for truck drivers to falsify their driving logs to be able to drive for more time than they should. Many trucking companies imply or expressly request for their drivers to falsify records. Sadly, many trucking outfits also place unrealistic scheduling demands on their drivers, and sleep deprivation is often the result. Other factors that can result in truck driver fatigue include:
- Long stretches of night driving
- Irregular schedules with little routine
- Unhealthy eating on the go
- Loading and unloading cargo in between trips
The National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) estimates that fatigue plays a role in excess of 30% of truck crashes. If you have questions or believe that truck driver fatigue may have caused your accident, we can help. Call our big rig accident attorneys today to learn more about your legal options.
Exposure of the Trucking Broker or Carrier
A broker is an entity that arranges cargo transportation and movement by a motor carrier such as a semi-truck. The broker brings the truckers and the company attempting to ship goods together. Brokers utilize computer tracking software and data to monitor the movement of goods and the trucks they have brought in to handle the task.
In analyzing the liability of a broker, the tractor-trailer accident attorneys at Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA look at:
- Whether the broker did their duty: We check whether the broker has acted in accordance with their commitment to inspect the motor carrier/truck, examined the safety history of the truck, and the drivers with whom they have contracted. We determine if the broker is the fault party.
- Whether the broker was in control: We analyze how much control the broker exercised over the truck and the driver. We determine this by inspecting dispatch records, whether the broker monitored and reviewed trip records or notes, and if the broker approve the receipts and bill of landing changes
Negligent Maintenance and Hiring That Leads to Truck Accidents
Trucking cases are generally complex based on state and federal laws that can conflict with one another. We often retain experts to determine whether the trucking company utilized faulty equipment or was negligent in maintaining the truck itself. Other things we examine include:
- Was the tire defective, retread, or unevenly worn?
- Were the brakes, axles, hitches, and other parts working and checked routinely?
- Was the driver involved in previous auto accidents?
- Were the maintenance logs updated and in accordance with both state and federal statutes?
Regarding negligent hiring and retention claims, we examine the driver’s employment history and determine whether the driver was properly trained and experienced in operating a semi-truck or commercial vehicle. There are federal and state provisions concerning the due diligence that the trucking company must apply in examining the driver’s safety history and criminal record. Trucking outfits can face massive liability for failing to adhere to such safety provisions.
What Are the Types of Florida Truck Accidents?
Many types of truck crashes can lead to significant injuries and damages for the victim. The type of truck crash depends on how and where it occurred.
The following are some of the unique types of truck crashes:
- Underride Truck Accidents: An underride truck accident occurs when a smaller vehicle goes under a semi-truck. The chassis of the semi-truck crushes the smaller vehicle, breaking the windshield and causing crush injuries.
- Truck Rollovers: A truck rollover occurs when a truck driver loses control, causing the truck to roll over onto its side. The truck slides along the road, most likely colliding with many other vehicles.
- Jackknife Truck Accidents: A jackknife accident occurs when a driver loses control and semi-truck skids. The trailer can ram into other vehicles across multiple lanes, overturn, spill out the cargo, or catch fire.
National Trucking Accidents Are Catastrophic
We rely on big rigs, semi-trucks, and tractor-trailers to transport goods and materials for businesses from coast to coast and deliver everything from the food we eat to the clothes we wear. Unfortunately, these mammoth vehicles can also be very dangerous. Every year nearly a half-million large truck accidents occur in the U.S. And because of the size and weight of these vehicles, accidents involving trucks are often more dangerous or fatal than your typical car accident.
The average large commercial truck weighs close to 80,000 pounds when fully loaded. In comparison, the average passenger car weighs just 3,000 pounds. As such, those in passenger cars suffer the majority of the injuries during a collision, and these injuries can result in permanent disfigurement, impairment, and disability.
Truck Accidents Can Be Deadly
Truck accidents are among the most dangerous types of automobile accidents. A recent study showed that truck crashes account for nearly 20% of fatal car accidents. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 30 people die every day due to truck accidents. The NHTSA estimates that there are about 4 million trucks on U.S. roads at any given time. That means that approximately 1,300 people die each year because of truck accidents.
Reports by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) indicate that truck accidents have killed more than 2,500 people since 2009. This number includes fatalities, injuries, and deaths involving large trucks, tractor-trailers, and buses. These statistics show that truck accidents are not just an issue for big rigs; they also affect drivers of small vehicles. In addition to causing death, truck accidents cause serious injury to others.
Truck Crashes Inflict the Worst Injuries
Injuries caused by truck accidents are typically much worse than those caused by passenger cars. For example, the average cost of treating a pedestrian injury resulting from a car crash is $4,000. However, the average cost of treatment for a person involved in a truck accident is $70,000. This difference exists because the severity of injuries sustained in truck accidents tends to be more significant.
According to the FMCSA indicate that truck accidents occur when a motorist fails to yield the right-of-way to a larger vehicle. When this happens, it puts other motorists at risk of being hit by the larger vehicle. In some cases, the larger vehicle causes a collision with another vehicle. The larger vehicle hits a stationary object, like a tree or signpost. Regardless of how the accident occurs, the impact of the collision often results in severe bodily harm or even death.
Sadly, there are often multiple parties who share the blame for these crashes. Trucking companies and their drivers, shipping companies, and truck manufacturers can all bear liability after a serious truck accident. For this reason, it is important to speak to an experienced and skilled truck accident attorney at Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA immediately. We know time is critical, and so we work quickly to build your case and protect your right to maximum compensation.
Truck drivers are often insured into the millions. Trucking companies have large legal teams and insurance companies working around the clock to protect their interests. And if they have protection…shouldn’t you?
You deserve to have someone in your corner fighting for you every step of the way.
Reported Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Accidents Involving Injuries
Common Florida Truck Accident Injuries You Can Seek Compensation For
Due to their immense size and weight, truck accidents tend to cause exceptionally severe injuries. Those who are lucky enough to survive being involved in a truck accident often struggle with permanent damage that can disable and disfigure. The following are some of the more common injuries caused by truck accidents:
- Traumatic brain injuries: The force of a truck accident can injure the head either through direct trauma or sudden jerking movements, the result is a traumatic brain injury that can cause permanent physical and cognitive issues. Examples of traumatic brain injuries include concussions and contusions.
- Spinal cord injuries: A truck accident can cause a spinal cord injury by directly affecting the spinal cord or the vertebrae. Back trauma from a truck accident can lead to sensory problems, affect your control of certain organs, and even cause paralysis in varying degrees.
- Broken/fractured bones: While car accidents can break bones, truck accidents can cause especially several serious breaks and fractures. This can lead to a significant loss of mobility and sometimes even permanent disability.
- Internal injuries: Depending on which organs were injured and how, truck accident victims can suffer everything from internal bleeding to collapsed lungs. These injuries can result in reduced or permanent loss of organ function which can drastically reduce someone’s quality of life.
- Amputations: Truck accidents can inflict enough damage to a limb that it is beyond saving or puts a person at risk of infection. You may need to undergo amputation surgery to remove the body part. This can lead to immense pain, a long healing process, and a significant handicap.
If you suffered an injury in a trucking accident, you deserve to have a law firm on your side fighting for you. At Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, our trucking accident lawyers can help you pursue compensation. Call us today to explore your legal options in a FREE initial consultation.
Collecting Compensation for Damages After a Truck Accident
Like any other personal injury case, a person injured in a truck accident is entitled to seek recovery for their damages so their life can be restored as close as possible to its original state before the accident. Truck accident victims can pursue compensation for the following damages:
- Medical bills
- Surgery and other medical treatments
- Rehabilitation fees and procedures
- Nursing home care
- Lost income
- Loss of earning capacity in the future
- Pain and suffering
- Disfigurement and permanent scarring
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of consortium
- Mental Anguish
- Wrongful Death
In certain extreme situations, punitive damages may also be available if the driver or company acted in a way that intended to cause harm (“bad faith”) or in a way that they should have reasonably known would cause harm. Punitive damages are meant to punish someone financially, like a fine, to discourage them from acting similarly in the future.
It should be noted that punitive damages are often dramatically lowered by judges and are rarely covered by insurance policies.
Frequently Asked Questions About Truck Accident Claims
There are many facets of a truck accident claim that you must understand before filing. While a truck crash attorney can help educate you on the integral aspects of a truck accident claim, it’s crucial to have a base level of knowledge.
The following are some of the frequently asked questions about truck crash claims and lawsuits:
Big rig truck accidents often cause severe injuries. It is crucial to identify every party potentially responsible, so you can receive the total compensation for your damages. You can pursue compensation for your truck accident damages from multiple parties.
The list of parties potentially responsible for a serious commercial truck accident extends beyond the driver. Liability for a commercial truck accident could include:
- The driver’s employer
- The trucking company
- The truck manufacturer
- Third-party contractors
- The insurance companies that hold policies for each of the aforementioned
Truckers may work directly for the company they are delivering for, or they may be an independent contractor and simply haul the goods for the company that owns the cargo. If the driver works directly for the trucking or shipping company, that company may be liable for the truck driver’s negligence that led to the truck accident. To prove this, the victim’s attorney would need to confirm the accident occurred while the driver was driving for that company.
When a truck driver works independently–meaning they own their truck and accept short-term contracts to haul a set amount of cargo from one destination to another–the accident victim’s attorney would need to investigate how much oversight the contracting company exercised over the driver.
This would establish how much responsibility they have for the accident and injuries. Determining which parties share blame in the situation is essential because these entities likely will carry separate insurance policies that could pay out different amounts.
What to Do Following a Truck Accident?
Seek Medical Attention for Truck Collision Injuries
Your first priority in the aftermath of a truck accident is your health. Seek medical assistance as soon as possible by calling first responders. Next, make sure everyone else involved in the accident is okay. Check if anyone needs medical care and do what you can within reason.
Do not admit fault for the truck accident
In the aftermath of a truck accident, you may feel compelled to admit partial fault either by apologizing or saying you didn’t see someone. Doing this can negatively affect your ability to receive compensation. You can also affect your claim by posting on social media statements that might be used against you.
Collect vital records for your truck accident case
A part of proving the at-fault party’s liability is showing their negligence caused the injuries you are pursuing compensation for. Essential documents can help connect the at-fault party’s negligent actions with your truck accident injuries. Some such documents include traffic crash reports, medical records, and police reports
Hire a truck accident lawyer
A truck accident lawyer can simplify the truck accident claim process while you recover from your severe injury. They can help determine who the at-fault party is, whether to include a third party, and prove the at-fault party’s liability.
File a truck accident claim
If you suffered an injury in a truck accident, you might be entitled to compensation. You can file a truck accident claim if you can prove the at-fault party behaved negligently behind the wheel. Your truck accident lawyer can assist you with assigning liability and filing the claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company.
If you were injured in a truck accident, you might be entitled to compensation for damages, including lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and property damage. Contact us today to discuss your case with a truck accident lawyer from the Dolman Law Group. Our truck accident personal injury attorney will review your medical records and discuss how to proceed in your case.
Truck Accident Attorneys – Fighting the Insurance Company
Lawyers for car accident victims are well aware of the fact that most people involved in auto accidents are not insured. This means that if an individual suffers an injury as a result of a negligent act committed by another party, they would have no legal recourse.
To protect individuals who are uninsured or underinsured, the legislature enacted the Uninsured Motorist Act (UMA) and the Underinsured Motorist Act (UMAA). These acts protect persons whose negligence caused them to sustain bodily injury or property damage. However, there are certain exceptions to these laws. For example, UMA does not apply when a person is driving his own vehicle or when the vehicle owner is covered by liability insurance. UMAA applies only to those situations where the tortfeasor has automobile liability coverage that is less than the number of the victim’s damages.
We are truck accident lawyers who represent people throughout Florida, including but not limited to:
- Fort Lauderdale
- West Palm Beach
Our Lawyers Can Help You Win Your Truck Accident Case
Litigating a truck accident to the fullest extent can be a daunting and expensive prospect. At Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, our truck accident attorneys know how to win these complex cases by providing a number of useful services. These can range from performing an extensive investigation into the truck accident so we can identify all liable parties to calculating your damages.
An experienced tractor-trailer accident lawyer can assist in executing the legal processes necessary for you to recover damages. Hiring a truck wreck attorney can provide the help you need to file a truck accident claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company.
The following are some of the ways a big rig accident attorney can help you with your claim:
Dolman Law Group Truck Accident Investigation
An accident involving a semi-truck must be thoroughly investigated which can be quite expensive. The first essential step a truck accident lawyer should perform is to ensure the opportunity to analyze the truck in its post-accident condition. We want our expert to review the black box data, which provides a wealth of information on how the truck was being operated at the time of the wreck.
Many lawyers either skip this process or handle the investigation on a shoestring budget. In order to demonstrate the negligent maintenance and operation of a truck, we must diligently look into all aspects relating to the big rig itself but a thorough, diligent investigation of a tractor-trailer accident is expensive. There is no way around this – a cheap investigation results in the lawyer leaving money on the table at the time of settlement.
How Our Truck Accident Investigation Can Save Your Case
At Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, we have the experience and resources in place to try a commercial vehicle collision case properly.
The lawyers of Dolman Law Group have years of experience handling truck collision claims and have obtained favorable results. Our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars for victims of accidents involving large commercial vehicles. The number of parties potentially responsible for your injuries makes semi-truck accident cases very complicated. For one thing, the tractor is usually owned separately and apart from the trailer, which results in there being potentially two separate companies being responsible for your injuries.
We will have another set of defense lawyers involved in defending the claim, as there are often many different avenues to getting you compensation. For example, if we can prove the truck was improperly loaded, then the entity responsible for loading the truck may be liable, along with the company that employs the driver. It is not uncommon for there to be multiple defendants in a tractor-trailer accident.
For example, we recently recovered $3.2 million for a truck accident victim who suffered a traumatic brain injury. This case, due to extensive preparation and investigation, was settled in pre-trial mediation without the client ever having to go through a lengthy court battle. We were able to turn the case around based on what our expert uncovered through analyzing the black box data. The analysis of this data illustrated that the 18-wheeler was traveling 20 miles per hour over the posted speed limit.
Furthermore, we retained an expert on trucking industry protocols who combed through voluminous employment records to unearth numerous driving violations which enabled us to amend our initial complaint and add a count for negligent hiring and retention. The respective insurance carriers were more amenable to resolving the claim and at a much higher amount due to the pressure of defending the case we had built.
We identify all lines of insurance coverage.
Semi-truck accidents are inherently complicated as there are multiple lines of insurance coverage. For example, the truck and the trailer are often owned by two separate corporations and thus are insured by different carriers. We can hold them responsible and pursue both parties for the negligence that caused your injuries, which requires extensive investigation and the testimony of multiple expert witnesses – all of which Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA is prepared to handle.
We have the financial resources to handle 18-wheeler accident cases.
Trucking accident cases are expert-laden and costly since it is often necessary to prove complicated subject matters. For example, proving a specific part failed or that hiring practices resulted in an injury will require expert knowledge. As a result, truck accident cases can be very expensive for a law firm to handle. Since we have taken on many commercial truck cases in the past, we already have a network of witnesses and investigators ready and able to prove your case.
Every trucking accident requires a thorough and often expensive fact-finding mission.
There are many avenues through which to pursue financial compensation in a truck accident case. For example, there may be a potential claim due to improper or negligent maintenance of the truck. In order to determine this, we look at trucking logs, maintenance records, inspection records, etc.
Additionally, there may have been an instance of negligent retention or hiring on the part of the trucker’s employer. To prove this, we examine employment records, training certifications of the driver, and past citations for violations, such as speeding or safety violations. It is also possible to pull camera footage on many highways, which can help determine the true cause of a serious truck crash.
Contact Dolman Law Group for Help With Your Truck Accident Claim
A semi-truck accident can cause a severe injury that leaves the victim with physical pain, medical bills, and lost work. You can work toward recovering damages caused by another truck driver’s negligence by filing a truck accident claim. If another truck driver’s negligence caused a severe injury, it is essential to seek legal representation as soon as possible if you are considering seeking compensation for damages.
At Dolman Law Group, our experienced team of truck crash lawyers can help you get a fair settlement through diligent negotiation. Our team helps victims of all vehicle accidents by applying our specialized knowledge developed over years of service. Our steadfast commitment to helping personal injury victims has made us one of Florida’s most renowned personal injury law firms.
Our team is committed not to just winning the case but to helping you recover from your injuries. We will aid you on the path to recovery by formulating a plan based on what makes you comfortable. Together, we can work toward recovering compensation for your damages through communication, teamwork, and commitment.
*Attorney Matthew Dolman has been practicing personal injury law in Clearwater, Tampa, and St. Petersburg and has litigated cases throughout the State of Florida for the last 17 years. The information provided here comes from extensive research and years of experience trying legal cases in courtrooms by the attorneys at Dolman Law Group.
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