Semi Truck Accidents

semi truck accident

The Seriousness of A Truck Accident

The most serious motor vehicle accidents happen when heavy vehicles crash, such as a semi truck accident. Large trucks are defined as any medium or heavy truck, with a gross vehicle weight rating greater than 10,000 pounds. This does not include buses and motor homes. They often produce bodily injuries and property damage due to their large size. These are far too often due to reckless and careless truck drivers. It is commonly on record that many truck drivers drive late hours and operate over time limits, causing them to be drowsy at the wheel.  In addition, truck accidents are caused by other factors such as: drunk driving, truck equipment defects, truck maintenance negligence, and truck size. Regardless of your specific issue(s), the Orlando semi truck accident lawyers of The Martindale Law Group can help you with your personal injury claim.

Your Truck Accident Attorney

Our experienced accident attorneys have the ability to reconstruct an accident scene for the jury. The Martindale Law Group knows that understanding how an accident really happened facilitates the assignment of blame and liability.

Injuries suffered as a result of these types of accidents can be severe and life-altering. One of our Orlando semi truck accident attorneys will discuss your situation and go over the options available to you.  We also work with insurance companies and other parties to address your needs quickly and appropriately.

Remember, truck drivers found at fault often face harsh penalties by their employers. This is up to, and including firing employees for only one at-fault accident.  Therefore, the truck driver’s motives to spin the facts in his favor are very high. Let one of our experienced truck accident attorneys help you and your family. We seek the truth, and ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

Call us today about your heavy truck accident at (407) 874-5434 or toll-free at 855-446-8587, or fill out our free case evaluation form.