Freight Truck Wrecks
In every state including Florida, there are freight trucks that are present on our roads, highways, interstates, and streets on a daily basis. With the growth of commerce, there are more and more of these trucks on the road. A freight truck is a motor vehicle used to carry or transport goods. A freight truck can been seen a various forms, sizes and functions including but not limited to the following:
- Semi-tractor trailers (covered);
- Semi-tractor trailers (uncovered - flatbed);
- Tanker trucks (hazardous materials i.e. fuel, propane, chemicals, etc. . . )
- Tanker trucks (non-hazardous materials i.e. milk, non-hazardous chemicals, etc. . . )
- Waste / garbage trucks;
- Flatbed trucks (tow trucks, heavy equipment trucks, etc. . . )
Based in North Florida, David Wolf is a truck accident attorney with over 26 years of experience representing injury victims and their families. He is the author of 10 books that cover personal injury and safety topics including the book titled - Big Trucks - Big Problems - When a Truck Driver Wrecks Your Day and Life - Legal Rights of the Injury Victim and Family. The book covers a wide variety of topics including those related to Truck Driver Logs, Weigh Stations, and Black Boxes, Florida Truck Driving - Rules of the Road, Safety, Negligence, and Crashes. You can read more about this book and topics at Big Trucks - Big Problems.
The operation of freight trucks in the State of Florida requires that the driver have a commercial driver's license and otherwise go through training to operate the type and size of the vehicle. It is important for these commercial truck drivers to operate the vehicles in a safe and reasonable manner. As part of the operation of these vehicles, it is vital that the drivers are well rested and free from alcohol and drugs. Furthermore, it is important for these drivers to limit distractions in the form of mobile phone or tablet use, reading, and any other actions that may take away from the primary task / responsibility at hand - namely the safe operation of the commercial truck.
In the State of Florida, there are No-Fault laws in place that apply to truck accidents and car accidents; however, the term "No-Fault" is quite misleading and often misunderstood by injury victims and their families. Let's be clear on this topic. If a truck driver is negligence, causes a crash, and you suffer personal injuries, you can and should pursue a case or claim for your personal injuries which can include damages for medical bills (past and future), pain, suffering, mental anguish, and the loss of enjoyment of life. The term "No-Fault" merely applies to how the medical bills are covered for treatment and the requirements of a permanent injury to quality for certain types of damages in the State of Florida. In order to better understand the term "No-Fault" and what you are entitled to in the aftermath of a Florida Truck Accident, contact David Wolf for a Free Consultation. For over 26 years, David Wolf has represented injury victims and families. Protect yourself, protect your family, and protect your legal rights by getting advice and guidance right now from attorney David Wolf. Call him or text him at (904) 500-9653. You can also send an e-mail to email@example.com Get D Wolf On Your Side - At Your Side.