The devastating consequences of a truck accident on the highways of Florida can leave victims in dire physical and financial straits. If you have been hit by a negligent truck driver, you need to be thinking about how you will be compensated for your injuries, vehicle repair, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. Team up with our Miami personal injury lawyers from Stabinski & Funt, P.A. today to put powerhouse legal professionals in your corner.
Why choose our team? We think our accolades speak for themselves.
We also believe in making our clients’ lives easier, first and foremost. To this end, we offer contingency fee agreements – you will not pay a cent of attorney fees unless we win your case – and free initial consultations because we think you should be able to pursue justice for nothing upfront and nothing out-of-pocket.
Our Miami truck accident attorneys have been studying personal injury cases for decades to uncover the common causes behind them. In particular, car accidents caused by the negligence of a truck driver seem to usually stem from one thing: violating a federal trucking regulation. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has established several regulations that must be followed by truck drivers and their parent companies at all times in order to help prevent dangerous truck accidents. When just one of these regulations is willingly or inadvertently violated, the result can be catastrophic.
Federal trucking regulations that are frequently violated include:
If a truck driver is speeding, carrying too much weight, going down a narrow street, or falling asleep at the wheel, they can cause a violent truck accident at any moment. The results are often severe, including paralysis, traumatic brain injuries, or even death.
Who can ultimately be responsible for the truck accident that caused you to suffer injury and damages? The answer depends heavily on how it was caused, and it may be more than one person or party. In many cases, the truck driver’s negligence of course puts some liability on them but it can also be traced back to their employer. Schedules that required the trucker to work excessively long shifts, causing them to grow fatigued, may put liability onto their supervisor, and perhaps even their supervisor. At the bottom of it all, you should be fully compensated for your injuries by someone, even if your case goes all the way to the top of the trucking company’s hierarchy.
Our Miami personal injury attorneys are dedicated to the wellbeing of our clients. When you work with the, you will see their passion and compassion in every task they complete and every step along the way as your case develops. With our contingency fee agreements in place, you do not risk a dollar by retaining our services but do dramatically improve your chances of winning your case.
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