Gainesville Truck Accident Lawyer
If You Were Hurt in a Truck Collision, You’re Not Alone
The 2008 report by the Center for National Truck and Bus Statistics states that:
- An average of 5,061 trucks are involved in a fatal traffic accident each year.
- Tractors pulling one semitrailer are the most common truck configuration involved,
accounting for about 59 percent of all trucks involved in a fatal accident.
- Florida was one of the top three states with the greatest number of truck accidents between 2004 and 2008.
At the Law Offices of Jorge Luis Colón, P.A., we offer dedicated, aggressive legal services to the victims of 18-wheeler accidents and other truck crashes. If you or someone you love suffered serious injuries because of someone else’s wrongdoing, we will guide you through this difficult time and work diligently to get you the benefits you deserve.
Common Causes of Trucking Accidents
Our Florida law firm understands the importance of looking into all the facts of your case to determine who is responsible for your injuries. Many truck drivers are under great pressure to deliver their goods quickly and may be tempted to violate safe trucking rules. At other times, the trucking company or manufacturer may be liable for poor maintenance or other issues.
Our lawyer will investigate the details of your situation and help determine whether or not any of these problems may have contributed to your accident:
- Alcohol use or drug use
- Driver fatigue
- Reckless driving
- Insufficient lighting
- Incorrect loading
- Faulty brakes or equipment failure
- Improper training
- Logbook violations
- Improper hazard warnings
Contact an Experienced Ocala Truck Accident Injury Attorney
To arrange a free initial consultation about your truck crash case, contact our Gainesville truck accident attorney. Simply call the Law Offices of Jorge Luis Colón, P.A., at 352-484-1845 or toll free at 888-459-5051, or send our lawyer an e-mail. We don’t charge any fees unless we recover money for you.*
*In certain situations, clients may be responsible for court costs or other expenses.