Many motorist may not be fully aware of the dangers that large semi trucks pose. The Florida Highway Patrol Office of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement (OCVE) enforces laws to ensure that commercial motor vehicles operations are safe. A trucking accident case is not like a typical automobile accident case. Being involved in a trucking accident is different. It is typically more dangerous and devastating.
Truck accidents can cause serious injuries to victims. A trucks size and weight alone can cause significant injuries to victims. Some of the most common truck accidents injuries are head injuries, back and neck injuries, broken bones, internal trauma to organs, and spinal cord injuries. If you or a loved one has experienced any of the following symptoms after being involved in a trucking accident, seek immediate medical care.
Many truck accidents are caused by product defects or maintenance issues. Defects can be defined as performance, construction, component or material of a motor vehicle or motor vehicle equipment. A variety of factors help determine if the manufacturer was liable for your injuries or losses.The most common cause of defects in trucks include tires, steering, wheels, lighting systems, and fuel systems. These flaws create a hazard in which may result in injuries. As a result, a truck’s defects may be responsible for the cause of your injury.
Every case varies based on the circumstances in determining eligibility to receive compensation. If you have been involved in a trucking accident and the other party was at fault due to negligence, contact a trucking accident lawyer immediately. As an experienced personal injury attorney, Darfoor Law Firm will be able to explain your rights and the legal options that apply to your case. In addition, we will fight to secure compensation on your behalf. Contact your Ft. Lauderdale accident attorney at (754)-800-5657 and allow us to discuss your options with you.