Helping Truck Accident Victims Recover Compensation
It is a tragic statistic that Florida ranks as one of the leading states for injuries and deaths relating to commercial truck accidents. According to statistics released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2006 more than 350 people died on our highways as a result of tractor-trailer crashes and hundreds more were seriously injured in nearly 5000 total accidents. The fact is that too many individual lives and families are destroyed by wrongful death and catastrophic injuries resulting from driver negligence and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act (FMSCA) violations.
We Work To Ensure That All Negligent Parties Are Held Accountable
If you or a family member has been seriously injured in a commercial truck accident, or if you have lost a loved one in a fatal truck accident, the lawyers at the Valenzuela Law Firm, P.A., in Tampa, Florida, are ready to help you fight to protect your rights.
We know FMSCA regulations and how to prepare a clear case showing how violations resulted in your accident that should have been prevented. We know, as well, that driver error isn’t always the only cause of a truck accident. Many times, company policies, improper maintenance, unsafe loads, and defective parts result in crashes involving a semi. When it comes to investigating truck accident injury and wrongful death claims, we often find that liability falls on many different shoulders.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation With A Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist
Attorney Henry Valenzuela is a Board-Certified Civil Trial Specialist with more than 30 years of truck accident injury litigation experience. Contact us online or call 813-217-5613 for a free consultation about your truck accident or motor vehicle accident injury or wrongful death claim today. Trucking companies often have their own investigator at the scene of the accident within hours. Time is a critical factor for a successful claim. It is important to have your own attorney investigating and preserving evidence for trial.