A collision with a much larger truck can leave you with physical and psychological trauma, which both take time to heal. In addition, an accident can take a significant financial toll. However, our Florida 18-wheeler truck accident lawyer will help you recover the accident’s costs from the at-fault party and their insurance provider.
At GED Lawyers, we will investigate the cause of your accident and identify the at-fault party, resulting in a robust collection of supporting evidence. We start with a free review of your truck accident case to ensure we understand its merits. Then, we’ll aim to recover your medical expenses, lost income, and more, building the best claim for financial compensation.
Leave the Complexities of Your Truck Accident Case to Our Client-Focused Team
Our law firm works hard to build a solid case that recovers the financial compensation you need to cover your day-to-day expenses. We’ll handle every aspect of your case so you can focus on getting better or helping an injured loved one.
To bolster and support your case, our personal injury lawyer will:
- Locate and interview accident witnesses.
- Obtain your official truck accident report.
- Review your accident-related medical records.
- Handle all case-related communication.
- Consult accident and truck industry experts.
- Clarify legal and insurance language.
We also diligently negotiate a financial settlement that covers your expenses and lets you start putting your life back together. However, we will not hesitate to take your case to court if we cannot reach a reasonable settlement.
Our History of Settlements and Verdicts for Truck Accident Victims
When our law firm handles your case, we work hard to treat you like a person, not a case file. We know that no two cases are alike, and each will have its set of facts and recoverable damages.
Some of the awards we have obtained for our clients include:
- $7,130,000 verdict for a client injured in a commercial trucking accident
- $6,500,000 settlement in a gas explosion case
- $1,400,000 verdict for a doctor injured in a wreck
- $1,062,000 arbitration award for the family of a bus accident fatality
Our client-focused team will never stop fighting for the best possible monetary award for you. Browse our case results page to see additional client awards.
Financial Recovery Our Team at GED Lawyers Works Hard to Obtain for You
To determine the value of your Florida claim, our 18-wheeler truck accident lawyer will create a carefully detailed list of your expenses and losses. The economic and noneconomic damages you can recover include the following:
- Past and future medical bills
- Past and future loss of income
- Loss of future earning capacity
- Treatment-related travel expenses
- Property damage
- Physical disability or disfigurement
- Physical and emotional pain and suffering
If your family lost a loved one in an 18-wheeler accident, you have our deepest condolences and our commitment to fight hard to recover wrongful death damages. These can include the costs of your loved one’s funeral and burial and your family’s loss of their income and household support. In addition, it could consist of your loss of consortium, support, and companionship.
Put Our Florida 18-Wheeler Truck Accident Lawyer to Work Immediately
Many truck accident cases resolve with an insurance settlement. However, if we can’t settle with the at-fault driver and their insurer, you might have to go to court for a final resolution to your case. To ensure you can do so if needed, we file your lawsuit in time to comply with Florida’s statute of limitations. In general, Florida Statutes § 95.11 entitles you to:
- Two years from the accident date to file your personal injury lawsuit.
- Two years from the day your loved one passed away to file your wrongful death lawsuit.
If the filing deadline expires, you could have no legal avenue to compel the at-fault party to compensate you. However, when our truck accident attorney handles your case, we make sure to file your case on time.
The Role of Negligence in Your Florida Truck Accident Case
To pursue the at-fault party in your case, you must provide proof of their negligence. The elements of negligence we establish on your behalf include a duty of care, breach of duty, causation, and damages. These elements will identify the at-fault party or parties, which can include the following:
- The truck driver
- The trucking company
- The truck’s manufacturer
- A parts manufacturer
- The truck maintenance company
- The cargo loading facility
One or more of these parties could bear financial responsibility for your accident. Thus, our legal team will pursue compensation from any liable parties and fight for the compensation you need and deserve.
Our Truck Accident Team Will Build a Compelling Evidence File
Since truck accident cases can involve multiple negligent parties, the evidence we collect on your behalf is crucial. It will tell the story of the collision and accurately assign negligence and financial liability. Your case file may include the following:
- Accident report
- Accident scene photos
- Accident reconstruction report
- Trucker logbooks
- Driver history
- Driver training records
- Cargo loading records
- Truck maintenance reports
We also collect your medical records and bills, employment and salary history records, and vehicle repair and replacement estimates to document the monetary value of your case. In addition to compiling this evidence, we also use your case file to fight for a fair and appropriate settlement, thus avoiding a lengthy trial.
Call 24/7 For a No-Cost Review of Your Truck Accident Case
Were you or someone you love injured in a collision with a large commercial truck in Florida? If you were, our law firm could help you build a convincing case for financial recovery. Moreover, we will review the merits of your case at no cost or obligation to you. So, learn more by contacting the team at GED Lawyers to discover how hard our 18-wheeler truck accident lawyer will go to bat for you.