The accelerated pace of commerce has created an influx of commercial trucks and other fleets rushing through Central Florida to deliver products to businesses and homes.
The experienced legal team at The Main Law Firm understands how an accident with a tractor-trailer, a bus or other large commercial vehicle can instantly change an individual's life. You may face a lengthy hospital stay or extensive rehabilitation, including physical therapy and all the bills that come with it. If the accident was the result of someone else's negligence, you are entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, rehabilitation expenses, and pain and suffering.
Call a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. Trucking companies and insurance carriers are quick to send out insurance adjusters and other representatives to photograph accident sites and take other measures in an attempt to prove their drivers were not at fault. It is important for any individual harmed by a commercial vehicle to seek legal remedies just as quickly. Call us about your accident at any hour of the day, seven days a week, so we can immediately begin to protect your rights and build a strong case for you.
Florida Commercial Vehicle Injury Lawyer
Some companies attempt to use their seemingly unlimited resources to fight truck driver negligence and injury claims. We have the knowledge and experience to take on deep-pocketed companies. Many times, we are able to reach a favorable settlement without the need for a court trial. However, in order to get the best possible outcome for our clients, our firm always stands prepared and willing to fight for you and proceed to trial.
If you have questions about a semitruck accident that you were involved in, our Orlando truck accident lawyers offer a free initial consultation to review the facts of your case. We can meet with you in the evening or on weekends at your home or in a hospital if that is more convenient than coming to our office. Call 407-442-3030 or use our contact form to schedule an appointment.
Our personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay attorney's fees, unless we have obtained a favorable settlement or resolution of your case — either through pretrial negotiations or a judgment in court.