Miami Truck Accident Lawyer

LET A MIAMI TRUCK ACCIDENT LAWYER HANDLE YOUR CASE FOR YOU!

Handling your truck accident without a Miami Truck Accident Lawyer often does more harm than good.  Although you can proceed with your case on your own, allowing a Miami Truck Accident Lawyer to guide you through the required tasks to successfully pursue your truck accident claim may ensure that you are fully compensated.

For several reasons, truck accidents often result in severe injuries to multiple parties due to potentially being more dangerous than a small vehicle.  For example, semi-trucks can be more dangerous because they:

  • are heavier in weight;
  • are larger in size;
  • carry cargo that may shift during transport;
  • have a higher chance of rolling over;
  • have less stopping power and longer stopping distance;
  • are often driven by sleep deprived drivers;
  • easily jack-knife;
  • are improperly inspected;
  • are negligently maintained; and/or
  • loaded improperly.

Because of the simple fact that trucks are several times larger than small passenger cars, when they are involved in a collision with smaller vehicles, the individuals in the smaller vehicles are at a much higher risk of suffering serious bodily injury.

ALLOW A MIAMI TRUCK ACCIDENT LAWYER TO HANDLE YOUR COMPLEX CASE

Mike Wallace, Esquire has experience with complex truck accident cases and is able to determine who the liable and at-fault party may be.  Often, there are several parties who may be liable for your injuries:

  • Trucking company
  • Truck driver
  • Registered owner of the truck
  • Registered owner of the semi trailer
  • Lessee of the truck
  • Lessor of the truck

Due to the potential severity of injuries sustained in a truck accident, it is important that you consult with a Miami Truck Accident Lawyer rather than attempting to handle your case on your own.  If you or a loved one have been involved in and have sustained bodily injuries due to the negligence of another, contact Attorney Mike Wallace for a free consultation today.