We are taking all appropriate steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Our firm is fully operational & continues to work hard for our clients. We are now offering our legal services via video, phone & internet consultations.
In Florida, big rigs, tankers, and tractor-trailers fill our highways as they deliver products across the state. As such, truck accidents have become frequent. Due to their sheer size, trucks can cause substantial damage whether they collide with another motorist, a guardrail, or a pedestrian.
Our truck accident attorneys in The Villages can help you hold trucking companies accountable if you are suffering an injury caused by a trucker’s negligence. We encourage you to discuss your case with us as soon as possible. The sooner we can get started on your claim, the better our chances of preserving important evidence such as black boxes, scene evidence, witness statements, security camera footage, and countless other types of evidence.
Many trucking accidents are the result of negligence or recklessness. Drivers may be placed under unreasonable deadlines, leading to accidents or are just simple careless and reckless individuals. Also, trucking companies don’t always adequately train their drivers. If you have been injured in a trucking accident, you must hold those responsible for your injuries accountable.
Because of the large risk, commercial trucks pose in the event of an accident, truckers and the company they work for are heavily regulated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). The FMCSA has many regulations that aim to help protect other motorists on the road. One of these regulations is called the hours of service regulations, which outlines when truckers are allowed to be on the road and when they must rest. Since tired drivers are dangerous drivers, these regulations aim to prevent as many accidents as possible by ensuring that truckers are well-rested. According to the hours of service regulation:
All too often truckers or their companies are caught breaking these rules, putting others at risk. In rarer circumstances, the hours of service regulations can be modified in times of national emergencies, such as in the recent COVID-19 crisis. This is done to help get supplies to locations faster.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a trucking accident, Ayres Cluster Law Firm is ready to put 100 years of experience to work for you. Our team works diligently to uncover all of your legal options. We understand how difficult this time is, and we want to help you feel confident when making important legal decisions.
Trucking companies and their insurance providers hire aggressive attorneys to handle these cases – and you should too. Secure legal representation before you speak to a representative of the trucking company or an insurance company about the accident.
Trucks accident cases can be complex given that many parties can be held liable for an accident depending on the circumstances of the case. A liable party in a truck accident can include:
Whatever the cause of your accident, our attorneys have the skill and experience to properly investigate your truck accident case in order to hold the correct parties accountable for their negligence. Our firm is ready to fight for the compensation you deserve. Contact us today to learn more!
Call Ayres Cluster Law Firm at 352-751-5674 to get started on your claim with a free consultation.
11714 NE 62nd Terrace,Suite 500The Villages, FL 32162
Map & Directions [+]
Copyright ©2023 | Ayres, Cluster & Collins, P.A.