Truck Accidents

According to the NHTSA, large trucks account for approximately 8% of all deadly crashes in the U.S. That means, in just one year, more than 4,000 people died and about 116,000 suffered serious injuries from truck accidents. If you were seriously hurt after a trucking crash, you may need an experienced truck accident lawyer to help you gather evidence for your claim, deal with insurance companies, and defend you when trucking companies try to take advantage of you.

1 in 4 Truckers Has Admitted to Falling Asleep While Driving

Truck drivers have a responsibility unlike any other driver on the road. While the rest of us must operate and control 3,000-pound vehicles safely, truck drivers are responsible for operating 80,000-pound …

Ways to Prevent an Underride or Rear-Impact Truck Accident

South Florida, particularly Miami and Fort Lauderdale, is a popular destination for a variety of large commercial trucks and big rigs. From organic produce to hazardous chemicals, commercial trucks populate the freeways …

1.7 Million Dollar Auto Crash Verdict

On October 17, 1997, a 35-year-old fifth-grade teacher was on her way home from work when she drove off Florida’s Sawgrass Expressway, also known as the Florida State Road 869. The …

Record Setting Verdict in Tractor Trailer Crash

Jill Grant cannot recall the morning six year ago, when a semi-trailer truck crushed her car like a cheap toy, critically injuring her and forever changing her life. “I can’t even remember …