A construction site and its surrounding areas can be full of dangerous trucks, including compactors, loaders, backhoes, dump trucks, cement trucks, and tractor-trailers. Construction trucks can also include forklifts, cranes, and a variety of additional trucks of all sizes and shapes.
If you or someone you love was injured in a collision with one of these trucks, we can help. Our Davie construction truck accident lawyer will help you determine where to turn for financial compensation and how we build an effective case for you. At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we stop at nothing to obtain the compensation you need and deserve.
Why You Can Rely On the Law Offices Of Anidjar & Levine
Florida will allow you to settle your case with the insurance company on your own. There are many advantages, though, to letting our Davie personal injury lawyer handle your case for you.
We will identify the at-fault party, which can be complicated in a construction truck accident. Liability could be assigned to the truck driver, his employer, or the maker of the truck or its components. In addition, our lawyers will:
- Deal with the insurance company
- Handle all case-related communication
- Complete and submit claim forms
- Explain the legal parameters of your case
- Negotiate a favorable financial settlement
- Represent you in court, if needed
Our truck accident attorney will even represent you on a contingency-fee basis, meaning you pay nothing unless and until you win compensation. Our client-centered team even helps have your car repaired and schedule your appointments. In short, you worry about getting better. We take care of everything else.
What You Need To Know About The Legal Elements Of Negligence
To pursue compensation after a construction truck accident, you must prove two things — the negligence that caused the accident and the identity of the negligent party. Our legal team will accomplish both by proving the required elements of negligence. This includes proving:
- The at-fault party owed you a duty of care
- The at-fault party breached their responsibility
- Their actions caused the accident and your injuries
- Your accident has financial costs and consequences
Proving these elements is critical to your case. Our legal team will collect the evidence that leads to a compelling case file. We will also use your case file to fight for a financial settlement versus a trial.
Evidence Our Lawyers Use To Build A Strong Case For Financial Compensation
Your evidence file will tell the story of your accident from beginning to end. We start building your case file with your police report, which can contain valuable information. In addition, we collect the following:
- Medical records
- Medical bills
- Proof of income
- Accident scene photos
- Injury photos
- Witness statements
- The truck driver’s logbook
- The truck’s maintenance records
- Cargo loading records
Our investigation will uncover the evidence your case needs to prove the negligence that caused the accident. Leave it to us. We will build a robust case file packed with compelling documents and evidence.
Compensation You Can Recover After A Truck Accident In Broward County
The aftermath of a collision with a construction truck can lead to a plethora of financial expenses and losses. Our Davie construction truck accident lawyer will help you recover the following damages:
- Past, current, and future medical bills
- Past, current, and future income losses
- Loss of future earning capacity
- Property damage or destruction
- Disability or disfigurement
- Physical pain and suffering
- Mental and emotional trauma
- Wrongful death damages, where applicable
Our case review team at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine will carefully create a detailed list of your recoverable damages. When we assign a value to your case and negotiate a settlement, our goal is to achieve the best possible outcome for you.
Florida’s Personal Injury Statute Of Limitations
The majority of personal injury cases are settled without going to court. If yours does require a trial, you have a limited time to file a lawsuit. In general:
- You have four years from the date of the accident to file your personal injury lawsuit, according to Florida Statutes § 95.11(3)(a)
- Your family has two years from the date of a loved one’s demise to file their wrongful death lawsuit, according to Florida Statutes § 95.11(4)(d)
If the applicable statute of limitations expires, you may not be able to file your lawsuit. If the at-fault party or their representative sees your lawsuit was filed late, they will request and are likely to receive its immediate dismissal.
We can help you avoid this costly outcome by ensuring the filing deadline is interpreted correctly and that your lawsuit is filed on time.
See Why Our Clients Refer Others To the Law Offices Of Anidjar & Levine
When you become a client of the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we are committed to your legal and ongoing support needs. We ensure you receive all the following:
- Responsive legal care
- Regular case updates
- Your attorney’s phone number
- Answers to your questions
- Replies to calls and emails
We go the extra mile for you and every client we represent, garnering reviews like this one:
“I lost hope but Shire Patel, Esq. helped me with my case and made sure everything was a total success! If you need any legal advice, please ask for Shire Patel. He is kind and very professional. I’m so glad I went with Anidjar & Levine.” — Nathacha P.
Get A No-Cost Review Of Your Davie Truck Accident Case
If you or someone you love was injured by a construction truck, you could have the basis of a personal injury insurance claim or lawsuit. When our construction truck accident lawyer serving Davie is on your side, you do not have to fight alone. Learn more about how hard we fight to help you recover fair and appropriate compensation.
Contact one of our case review team members at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine today to get started.
We Can Help.