Truck accidents are an especially scary and damaging type of auto accident. Trucks are much bigger and heavier than a personal automobile and the damage they inflict proves just how much of a difference that really makes; injuries are often devastating and life-changing, if not fatal.
If you have been involved in a semi-truck accident, you no doubt have medical and car repair bills piling up. Recovery from your injuries may take a long time; meanwhile, you are left to wonder how you will be able to afford all of these new bills.
When truck accidents are not your fault, you do have recourse. The Beregovich Law Firm can help you pursue compensation in the form of a personal injury lawsuit.
Specialized Skills Are Necessary For Proving Fault In Trucking Accidents
The trucking industry is governed by federal rules and regulations. These rules make cases more complex than car accident cases, but with the right personal injury attorney on your side, you can secure compensation that can help you manage all those new bills and move forward with your life with confidence. Case preparation in these situations requires attention to detail, specialized knowledge of the trucking industry and the technology used by large trucks, a strong background in motor carrier law, and a deep understanding of insurance requirements and coverage.
The Beregovich Law Firm has this experience and has helped clients recover compensation for:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Property damage
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Loss of normal life
- Disability or disfigurement
Contact The Beregovich Law Firm For Trucking Accident Representation In Florida
If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident in Florida, contact The Beregovich Law Firm at (800) 631-9009 or contact us online right now to schedule a free consultation with our personal injury attorney.
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