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Get The Compensation You Need After A Truck Accident

A truck accident can cause serious and deadly injuries to occupants of one or more other vehicles. Bicyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians are also sometimes involved in truck accidents. Truck drivers may be injured in such crashes, too. Those who are injured often need emergency medical treatments, followed by extensive follow-up care, therapy and rehabilitation.

Amethyst Law Group offers Florida residents and visitors the opportunity to work closely with our team of caring, knowledgeable attorneys. We bring more than 30 combined years of experience to the table. The road to recovery can be daunting for those who have suffered injuries and their families. Along that path, legal counsel may be just as important for your overall recovery as medical care is.

Legal Aspects Of The Aftermath Of A Truck Accident

Pursuing compensation for the injured after a truck accident can be complex. There are often multiple potentially liable parties to investigate, including:

  • The driver
  • A dispatcher
  • The trucking company in general
  • Truck parts manufacturers
  • Inspectors and/or repair facilities that recently worked on the truck
  • Government bodies with responsibility for signs and road maintenance

Considering the significant human losses that often result from truck accidents, it is no surprise that trucking companies take them seriously. They typically send investigators or attorneys to the scenes of accidents. They and their insurers naturally want to avoid paying out any more than they must in compensation for people who have suffered injuries.

One of the most consequential elements of a commercial truck accident is the sheer size of a big rig or 18-wheeler. Parts of your smaller vehicle can be crushed in the impact. Those few moments of the collision can change your life for the long term. Your medical condition after a truck accident may include one or more of the following serious injuries:

  • A traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • A spinal cord injury
  • Broken bones
  • Back, neck or shoulder injuries

Even if your injuries were less severe, you deserve the opportunity to pursue all compensation that you need and are eligible for. Our truck accident lawyers truly care about your well-being after such a traumatic experience.

Get Answers And Assistance Now

If you or your close family member has suffered injuries in a truck accident in Florida, we urge you to contact us. We offer free initial consultations.

Call 813-670-6027 or complete a short contact form to request a free case evaluation. We are here to serve you from offices in Tampa, Miami, Melbourne and Ocala. Your initial consultation can be in person, by phone or through a video chat. Our services are available in Spanish, German, Farsi, Swedish and English.