Orlando Truck Accident Attorney
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Due to their enormous weight and size, trucks cause serious, and often fatal, accidents on our roads when colliding at high speeds with normal-sized vehicles. If you have been injured in a truck or tractor-trailer accident, Todd Miner Law can help you determine who should be held responsible for your injuries. Once we establish liability, we can help you file a personal injury claim against the responsible truck driver or trucking company.
Over the years, our firm has successfully recovered millions of dollars in compensation. Attorney Todd Miner is a seasoned lawyer who underwent intensive trial training. His experience in working with America's biggest insurance company allows him to provide well-versed representation to injured individuals. His experience on the other side of the courtroom could make all the difference to your personal injury case in Orlando.
Why Should Todd Miner Law Be Your First Call?
- You won’t pay any legal fees unless we win your case
- We have recovered millions in compensation for our clients
- Attorney Todd Miner has more than 24 years’ experience
- Our firm has an AV® rating from Martindale-Hubbell®
Were you injured by a negligent truck driver in Orlando, FL? Contact the team at Todd Miner Law for a free case evaluation.
Determining the Cause of Your Trucking Accident
Every day, thousands of commercial vehicles transport goods into, out of, and across the state. Because of the dangers these vehicles present, truck drivers are expected to abide by numerous state and federal trucking laws—including the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR).
Federal trucking regulations address a number of safety concerns, including:
- Licensing requirements for drivers
- Special training requirements for drivers
- Alcohol and controlled substances use
- Rest breaks and hours of service limitations
- Truck size, weight, and route limitations
- Rules for loading and securing cargo
When you hire an Orlando truck accident lawyer from Todd Miner Law, we will work to determine if the truck driver who caused your accident, or the trucking company that employs them, violated any of these laws or regulations. If this is the case, we will fight to hold them accountable.
Why You Shouldn’t Settle for Less Than Maximum Compensation
According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the average cost of a non-fatal trucking accident is more than $195,200. When an accident results in a fatality, this figure jumps to $3.6 million. At Todd Miner Law, we know that no amount of money can make up for the losses you have experienced as a result of your accident; however, you shouldn’t have to suffer the consequences of someone else’s negligence.
By filing a personal injury claim, you can seek compensation for:
- Past and future wage loss
- Diminished earning capacity
- Past and future medical expenses
- Pain and suffering / mental anguish
- Diminished or lost quality of life
In the face of mounting medical bills and time spent away from work, it may be tempting to accept the first settlement offer you receive. However, you could be selling yourself short. To ensure your rights and best interests are protected throughout this process, it is highly recommended that you work with an Orlando truck accident attorney from Todd Miner Law. Our team is ready to fight for the level of compensation you deserve.
Contact Todd Miner Law to Get Started on Your Case
Todd Miner Law has delivered high-quality legal representation to wrongfully injured victims in Central Florida for more than 24 years. By accepting personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, we provide skilled legal services without any upfront or out-of-pocket fees. In fact, we won’t expect you to pay for our services unless we recover compensation on your behalf. Let us put our experience to work for you by giving us a call today.
Help is just a phone call away – contact a truck accident lawyer at Todd Miner Law to arrange your free, no-risk consultation.