Personal Injury Lawyers,
Jacksonville, FL


What Are the Elements of A Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Florida?

We Represent Grieving Families With Compassion and Dedication Fatal accidents and assaults are devastating and often preventable. Yet, if not for another person's negligence or ill-intended actions, a loved one could still be here today. When avoidable deaths happen in Florida, wrongful death action can be taken on behalf of surviving families to get compensation...

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Will a New Rule Help Prevent Fatal Truck Underride Accidents?

A "final rule" that upgrades truck underride guard standards is expected to save lives, but some safety advocates say the government could be doing a lot more to stop fatal underride truck accidents. The National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration (NHTSA) rule amends existing safety regulations. It focuses on better rear underride guards for large...

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Truck Brake Inspections Help Prevent Serious Truck Accidents

Officials plan blitz in August to find semi-truck brake inspection violations. An upcoming nationwide truck brake inspection campaign highlights the role that defective truck brakes often play in truck accidents, according to a recent Health + Safety article about the annual commercial truck brake inspection event. “Poorly maintained brake systems can reduce the braking capacity...

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Who’s Liable in a Truck Accident?

Truck accidents often result in severe injuries and significant damage. Due to the large size of tractor-trailers, delivery trucks, and other large commercial vehicles, collisions involving heavy trucks can have serious consequences for those inside smaller passenger vehicles. The injuries sustained in crashes involving 18-wheelers are often severe, which means the financial impact of a...

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What Are the Most Common Types of Truck Accidents?

Truck accidents in Florida and states across the country have become increasingly common. Each year, nearly 5,000 people die in accidents involving commercial truck drivers, according to the National Safety Council. So, why are so many truck accidents happening? The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently conducted an in-depth study of accidents involving commercial motor vehicles. The federal...

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How Safe Are Autonomous Semi-Trucks?

Self-driving semis might seem like a good idea, but they do come with risk Imagine driving on a highway next to a fully-loaded 18-wheeler – and there's no driver in the cab. To some, this might sound like a great solution to the ongoing commercial truck driver shortage, as reported in The New York Times....

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Broken Truck Lights Top the List of Truck Inspection Violations

Florida truck accident lawyers explain how violations can lead to crashes Broken headlights, tail lights, and other vehicle lights top the list of commercial truck inspection violations, according to recent statistics compiled by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). “Lamps such as brake lamps, headlamps, and turn signals prevent crashes, especially at night,” Lt....

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Training Program For Young Tractor-Trailer Drivers Raises Concerns

Due to an ongoing truck driver shortage, the federal government recently launched a program designed to train more young truck drivers, according to the Associated Press. “This program creates a rigorous safety training program, requiring an additional 400 hours of advanced safety training, in which participants are evaluated against specific performance benchmarks,” Nick Geale, vice...

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Florida Semi-Truck Accident Sparks 35-Vehicle Chain Reaction Crash On I-95

Jacksonville truck accident lawyers explain what happens in multi-vehicle wrecks Several tractor-trailers recently caused a 35-vehicle chain-reaction truck accident on I-95 South in Jacksonville, Florida, according to News 4 Jax. A total of 11 people were injured and transported to area hospitals. Fortunately, no one was killed in the semi-truck accident. “When you’ve got sliding...

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