Need Help With A Truck Crash Case in Florida?

florida truck accident caseTruck crashes are unlike any other kind of traffic accident. Weighing up to 80,000 pounds, a tractor-trailer is always a potential threat to the safety of other motorists. A regular car is never a match for the size, weight, and speed of these vehicles.

At the Law Offices of Paul K. Schrier, PLLC, we take an aggressive approach to truck accident cases. Immediately after your tractor-trailer accident, the trucking company’s insurance carrier begins working to minimize the value of your claim. If they can, they will deny it entirely. These are massive multinational companies that care about one thing only: maximizing their profits. This means they do everything in their power to undermine your claim.

Our Florida Truck Accident Attorney have more than 50 years’ combined experience fighting back against underhanded insurance company tactics. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a truck crash accident, we will help you get the compensation you need to focus on your recovery, your family, and your future.

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The Accident Cases of Trucks  Are Complex

The truck crash accident cases are vastly different from auto accident cases. Because truck drivers drive hundreds of miles every day, they may not live in Florida. The truck company employing them may be located in another state entirely. The company that manufactured the truck or one of its parts may be based across the country. Before you know it, you are pursuing a claim against three different defendants located in three different states. Navigating the intricacies of jurisdiction and venue is just one piece of a very large and complicated puzzle.



    Justice For You & Your Family

Furthermore, truck accident cases usually involve claims under both state and federal law. The truck industry and its drivers are governed by rules set forth by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). The FMCSA imposes strict regulations on truck operators and truck carriers.

These regulations dictate what qualifies a driver to operate a truck, how many hours a truck operator can drive each day, and what kinds of maintenance a truck company or driver must perform to keep a truck safe on the road. In recent years, the FMCSA has also passed regulations that require truck drivers to maintain electronic log books that record how many hours they have worked and when they stopped to rest before getting back behind the wheel.

Causes of Accidents

Most truck drivers are incredibly dedicated to their profession. They are hard-working people who obey the law and take great care to drive safely. Unfortunately, it only takes one inattentive truck operator to cause a devastating crash. Like other motorists, truck drivers can cause serious accidents when they text and drive. The FMCSA bans all commercial drivers from texting behind the wheel, however, some truck operators continue to glance down at a phone or type a text response instead of paying attention to the road.

In other cases, truck drivers are pressured by their employers to drive faster, stay behind the wheel longer, and push the limits of safety – all in the name of making a bigger profit.
When truck drivers and truck carriers break the law, people get hurt. No delivery is worth a life or a person’s health. Our legal team is dedicated to holding truck companies and negligent truck drivers accountable for the injuries they cause.

Statewide Truck Accident Lawyer

Our Florida Truck Accident Attorney have a track record of success when it comes to truck crash claims. If you or a loved one has been injured in such kind of accident, it’s important to speak to a lawyer right away. The experienced truck accident lawyers at The Law Offices of Paul K. Schrier, PLLC assist injury victims and families throughout the state. Call 800-700-7285 now for free case review.

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