Miami Truck Accident Attorneys
Have you been injured or lost a loved one in a truck accident? There are a number of parties such as the truck company and their driver, who may be liable for your losses. It is not uncommon for these parties to deny fault or liability for a crash. Mertz Law Group can help establish liability for your crash, collect evidence to strengthen your claim and help ensure compensation is sought from the appropriate parties. Following a crash, the trucking company and their insurance company will start an immediate investigation of the scene. These companies have specific and detailed procedures on handling truck accident claims designed to limit the recovery of those injured in the crash.
- Inexperienced truck drivers
- Trucks loaded beyond safe limits
- Oversized loads on narrow roads
- Trucks with large blind spots
- Trucks driving too long without breaks
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