Miami Beach Truck Accident Lawyer

According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, at least 286,000 crashes involving large trucks occurred on U.S. roadways in 2009. Nearly 3,000 of those truck accidents caused one or more deaths, and 51,000 of the reported truck accidents led to nonfatal injuries.

Most of the people who are injured or killed in truck accidents are pedestrians or occupants of other vehicles that collide with the trucks. Given the size differential involved, it’s obvious that trucks can cause serious damage in case of an accident.

If you or someone you love suffered severe injuries in a Florida truck accident (such as catastrophic injuries like spinal cord and brain injuries, including herniated disks, whether cervical/neck or lumbar/back), you should discuss your case right away with an experienced and efficient truck accident attorney. In truck accident cases, a thorough investigation is essential, and key evidence must be collected and preserved. Truck accident claims may also require expert analysis from a variety of professionals.

At Esquenazi Law, we know that both Florida residents and tourists who are visiting Miami Beach may fall victim to truck accidents. We also understand that injured victims and their loved ones will be focused, at first, on the immediate needs of recovery, rather than on various issues related to compensation for the harm suffered. That is why we can play an important role in ensuring that injured people get full compensation for their injuries.

We put our knowledge, experience, and resources to work on behalf of our clients, uncovering and preserving key evidence and exploring all possible paths to compensation. In any negotiations with insurance company representatives, we act as skilled and knowledgeable advocates for our clients. We hire the best experts as witnesses. We know the various state and federal laws that truck drivers must comply with, the documentation that truck companies must preserve, and the intricacies of Florida’s personal injury laws.

In assessing all truck accident cases, we offer a free initial consultation. Moreover, we don’t get paid unless we obtain compensation for our clients. Our goal is to get full compensation for each of our clients.