We Put Trucking Companies On Notice If You Are Injured In A Truck Accident
Accidents involving large trucks are a great problem in our community and throughout the state and seem to be happening with increasing frequency. When your car collides with a large 18-wheeler truck, you will likely suffer a serious, life-altering injury. At Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., in Gainesville, Florida, our personal injury attorneys represent clients in Alachua County and elsewhere victimized by negligent truck drivers. We have litigated and achieved successful results in many different kinds of trucking accidents.
Serious injuries are causing you serious pain. Your medical bills are mounting. Insurance companies may be ignoring your calls. What are you waiting for? Contact us immediately at 352-562-7809 for a free consultation.
Your Life Is Forever Changed
Victims of trucking accidents and their family members come to us after suffering a serious injury, such as brain or spinal cord injury, at the hands of a negligent driver. An inattentive, sleep-deprived, or impaired semi-truck operator did not take the necessary steps to ensure the safety of his or her fellow passengers on the road.
In one split second, your life is forever changed. And not for the better. We represent clients involved in:
- Commercial Vehicle Negligence
- Fatal Truck Accidents
- Insurance Coverage in Truck Accidents
- Jackknife Truck Accidents
- Negligent Hiring by Trucking Company
- Overloaded Trucks
- Truck Driver Fatigue
- Truck Maintenance Violations
Establishing Your Truck Accident Case
The only focus of the trucking company responsible for the cause of the truck accident is to protect its reputation and checkbook. We move quickly to put the organization on notice to preserve evidence. That can include indications of a tire blowout, inspection reports of the vehicle’s braking system, logs of the trucker’s activities, or computerized reports from the truck’s event data recorder or “black box.”
Holding The Negligent Accountable
At Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano, P.A., we get to the facts of your truck accident case and see that justice is served. A truck driver operating a commercial vehicle while distracted, tired or drunk can cause serious injury and even death. In north Florida pulpwood and rock trucks are a particular concern. These drivers run repetitive routes and are often paid by the load, causing those drivers to speed and disregard the safety of others. We have represented many of your fellow citizens who have been injured by the negligence of commercial drivers and our experience can pay off for you.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a truck accident on I-75, I-10 or any Florida street or highway, please contact us. Also please review what to do after a truck accident.