A Dangerous Accident With Serious Injuries
On the two-lane roads in rural Florida and Alabama, accidents with logging and pulpwood trucks are all too common. And just like any truck accident, the injuries are often very serious. Passenger vehicles are simply no match for a truck. If you or a family member has been injured by a semi-truck or other large commercial vehicle, you need a lawyer to protect your interests.
At Staples, Ellis + Associates, P.A., we are experienced with truck accidents and the injuries they cause. We know how to investigate the accident and how to handle the insurance companies. Call our Pensacola office at 850-696-0314 today for a free initial consultation.
How Did It Happen?
One of the most critical parts of a truck accident case is determining the cause of the accident. We work with investigators who are very familiar with trucking accidents and know what to look for. Was the driver not following regulations? We will check the driver log. Were there mechanical problems with the truck? We also employ an accident reconstruction expert available to help with these questions.
Because of the potential liability, trucks and other commercial vehicles carry commercial insurance policies. They also have lawyers who work to minimize the risk and cost to the trucking and insurance companies. So do not try to take on these companies by yourself. You need an experienced attorney on your side.
We Can Help
Truck accidents can cause serious injury, such as brain and spinal injuries, disability or wrongful death. You may need long-term medical care or may be facing loss of income. Talk to us today. We can handle accidents with:
- Semi-trucks (18-wheelers, tractor-trailers)
- Logging trucks
- Delivery trucks
- Garbage trucks
- Construction trucks
- Other large commercial vehicles
Now Is the Time To Call
It is easier to investigate an accident soon after it happens, so call us at 850-696-0314 today or send an e-mail. There are no attorney fees if we do not recover damages for you. We help accident victims from Northwest Florida and Alabama.