TRUCK ACCIDENTS

EXPERIENCED RESPRESENTATION

Due to their size, speed and weight, trucks almost always cause serious or fatal injuries in accidents. Victims of truck accidents, and their families, deserve to have an experienced truck accident lawyer to help them recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering caused by those accidents. These accidents can be incredibly complex and it takes a knowledgeable attorney to build a compelling and easily understandable case.

Our Sarasota accident attorneys work with accident reconstructionists and other experts to gather evidence and build cases after truck accidents in the state of Florida. With more than two and a half decades of personal injury experience, our firm is prepared to help you and your family pursue the monetary damages that you deserve for your injuries and other damage.


THE RIGHT RESPONSE AT THE RIGHT TIME

Truck and other commercial vehicle accidents occur for a variety of reasons, including:

  • Aggressive driving and driver negligence
  • Unrealistic deadlines and schedules
  • Driver fatigue and lack of sleep
  • Alcohol and drugs
  • Insufficient driver training
  • Poor truck maintenance
  • Unbalanced or too-heavy load

Our firm will review truck driver logs and other driving records, as well as information from the truck’s on-board computer, to understand what happened to cause your accident and who should be held liable.


CONTACT US TODAY!

If you have been seriously injured in a truck accident in the state of Florida, contact Kallins Little Delgado to schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation. We are ready and available to help you. Call us at 941-749-1446 to make an appointment.


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