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Sarasota Truck Accident Lawyer

If you were injured in a truck accident in Sarasota, you might be entitled to compensation. It doesn't matter if you were the driver of the truck or driving another vehicle, a pedestrian, or a passenger.

Suing Even If You Might Be Partially At Fault

Bringing a legal claim against other parties, even if you may be partially at fault, can be complicated. So, this is where it is in your best interest to talk to a Sarasota Truck Accident Lawyer as soon as possible.

Book a Personal Injury Attorney Free Consultation to learn the value of your case.

Here are some ways a Sarasota truck accident attorney can help you.

Determining Fault - Who Is A Responsible Party?

Often, determining fault in a truck accident requires evidence gathering before you can file a negligence claim. Occasionally, you may encounter an uninsured motorist, but they are not common in truck accidents. Catastrophic injuries are more common in truck accidents though, so watch for:


However, no matter what type or the extent of your injury, determining fault is the core of the value of your case.

When it comes to truck accidents, the responsible parties may not be as obvious as in most car accident claims. Of course, the drivers of the vehicles top the list. However, many other parties may be involved in a truck accident like:

  • Employer
  • Vehicle Manufacturer
  • Insurance Company
  • Government Entity
  • Trucking Company
  • Contractor

A Sarasota Truck Accident Lawyer at the Coleman Law Group helps you locate all the potentially liable defendants, so you can recover your damages. It's critical you find every party, so you can pursue your compensation before the statute of limitations passes.

How To Choose A Legal Strategy

Many injured people seek compensation after a Sarasota truck accident by opting to file a suit in court. Other options are frequently more suitable for a faster resolution for similar compensation, depending on your situation. Cases are settled out of court, and many go through a mediation or arbitration process. These strategies each have benefits, so deciding on the best course of action requires a truck accident attorney to explain the options. That way, you can make a fully informed decision to determine which choice will provide you with the best outcomes.

Legal Help After A Truck Incident

There is more responsibility after a truck accident in Sarasota than recuperating and recovering from your injuries. Once you learn the value of your case, you can think about filing a lawsuit. You'll need to sort out several legal matters like:

  • Who to sue?
  • When to file the suit?
  • How to choose from all the possible legal strategies?
  • How much should you accept in a settlement?
  • What is the value of your claim?
  • Is the insurance company trying to lowball you?
  • How can you get your medical bills paid?

Contact the Coleman Law Group, Sarasota Truck Accident Lawyer's, to assess the facts in your truck accident and detail the value of your case and ensure you protect your rights. Book your Personal Injury Attorney Free Consultation today.

FAQ's

Are commercial semi-truck accidents different then car accidents?

Yes, because large commercial semi-trucks have special regulations that they must follow. Different safeguards are put into place to try and prevent accidents caused by these 'monsters of the road.' Some of those precautionary measures include, but are not limited to, weight limits, driver rest periods and speed protocols. Therefore, we treat truck accidents special and make sure we know the laws and rules to get you the best results.

Where can I find the special regulations that commercial, semi-truck, vehicles must follow?

Special regulations exist for commercial, semi-truck, vehicles in Florida. The Office of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement (CVE) is the Governor's designated lead agency responsible for commercial vehicle operations in Florida. Their website contains valuable information and can be found by clicking on this link: https://www.flhsmv.gov/florida-highway-patrol/commercial-vehicle-enforcement/.

Will a consult cost ME anything up front?

Coleman Law Group offers free case evaluation for ANY car accident, motorcycle accident, truck accident, or slip and fall case. If we take on your case, we only get paid if you do. So, NO, a Personal Injury Case Evaluation cost nothing up front, and you will only be charged if your case is involved in a monetary settlement. It cost $0 to make sure you are OK after an auto accident.

What happens if the insurance company doesn't want to settle?

This is a regular occurrence. This is simple answer, we file a lawsuit.

For more frequently asked questions, click https://colemanlawgroup.com/faq.html



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