Commercial large rig and tractor-trailer accidents can result in debilitating injuries requiring medical care that can easily reach tens of thousands of dollars. Further, the process of pursuing compensation tends to be far more complicated than regular car accidents, as multiple insurance companies may be involved in the claim.
As such, it can benefit you to discuss your situation with a Cocoa truck accident lawyer with the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine. We can provide clarity about your legal options for these complex, heavily defended cases. You can learn more during a free consultation with us today.
How Our Cocoa Truck Accident Lawyers Help
After experiencing such a traumatic event, it can be a relief to have help with your compensation case. Our personal injury lawyers will manage every aspect of your lawsuit so that you can focus on your recovery. Leave everything to us. You have been through enough. To give you an idea of what we do, here is a handful of ways we can help:
We Take the Time to Understand how the Accident has Affected You
While we can draw on considerable prior experience in managing complex personal injury cases, we always take the time to understand the unique challenges our clients face after another person’s carelessness injures them. No two accidents are the same. By being personally invested in your situation, we can ensure you receive the support you and your family need at this difficult time.
We Thoroughly Investigate to Determine What Happened
After a serious injury, many steps are required to protect your right to fair financial compensation. Prompt investigation of the accident scene is crucial as preservation of evidence is key to proving liability in the collision. The trucking company will likely conduct its own investigation, so it is beneficial to have someone at your side doing the same.
We Gather and Preserve the Evidence That Is Crucial to Proving Your Case
Gathering and preserving evidence is essential to proving that another person or organization’s negligent actions caused an accident. For example, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulates trucking companies. As such, they are required to retain documents we can formally request to help prove any negligence on their part.
However, keep in mind that liability for the accident may be shared by other potentially liable parties aside from the trucking company or driver. These can include fleet maintenance crews, cargo loaders, or even part manufacturers. We can also call on industry experts, such as accident reconstruction specialists or medical experts, who can help put your most robust case forward by:
- Reviewing the accident scene and evidence
- Evaluating the extent of your injuries
We do Not Settle with Insurers for Anything Less Than You Deserve
Our previous experience helping injured people has equipped us with a deep understanding of how insurance companies or their legal representatives operate. We know the strategies they employ to limit the value of settlements. We also know what a fair settlement looks like and how to negotiate on a granular level. If the parties in the case do not come to terms, our attorneys will fight in court on your behalf where necessary.
We Provide Our Legal Services on a Contingency Fee Basis
This means your initial consultation is free, and there are no upfront costs or fees to pay unless we win your case.
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When Your Life Is Suddenly Upturned, You Deserve to Be Fairly Compensated
It is easy to feel overwhelmed at the prospect of filing a claim against powerful corporate defendants, such as trucking organizations, alone. However, this is not an obstacle for our Cocoa truck injury attorneys, who will fight to get you the compensation you need to get your life back on track. Damages you could recover include:
- Current and future medical bills
- Lost wages
- Reduced earning capacity
- Pain and suffering and inconvenience
- Emotional distress
- Temporary or permanent disability
- Loss of enjoyment of life
We always strive to make the legal process as stress-free as possible for our clients. Finding out whether you have a claim could not be easier. You can have a free consultation with our team, and we can take it from there.
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Time Is Critical in Complex Truck Injury Cases
You have a limited time to file a personal injury lawsuit, per Florida Statutes § 95.11(3)(a). The clock starts running on the day of the accident, and the case must be filed within four years. If not, you could lose your right to pursue compensation. If the accident caused the loss of a loved one, surviving families have two years to begin legal proceedings under Florida Statutes § 95.11(4)(d).
We would urge you to seek legal representation as soon as possible. The sooner you engage us to represent you, the faster we can begin to gather and preserve evidence to support your case before it is lost, destroyed, or witness memories fade.
What to Do After a Truck Accident
There are steps truck accident victims can take after a crash happens:
- Call 911 to seek immediate medical care and report the accident to the police
- Take photographic evidence of injuries and the accident scene if possible.
- Gather information from the truck driver, passengers, and any witnesses
- Discuss your situation during a free consultation with our truck injury attorney team
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We Will Not Settle with Insurers for Anything Less Than You Deserve
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine are dedicated to getting truck accident victims the justice they deserve. Drawing on decades of experience, we understand how a serious injury can impact you physically, emotionally, and financially, and we want to help. Our clients’ needs always come first, and we are proud of our track record of delivering legal representation and results on their behalf.
For a free consultation to learn about your legal options, call our legal team at 1-800-747-3733. Your well-being is our priority, so if your injuries prevent you from coming to us, we will travel to meet you.
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