Port Charlotte, FL Truck Accident Attorneys Who Put Your Needs First
Find out how Farrow & Pulice, P.A. can help you
Dealing with a truck accident in Port Charlotte? Having a hard time getting straight answers to your questions? Make sure you talk to an experienced truck accident attorney who knows how the legal system works in Charlotte County. Make sure you contact Farrow & Pulice, P.A.
Our legal team has decades of experience handling such complex cases. We know all the state and federal laws that apply to commercial truck accidents. We know how to deal with truck drivers, trucking companies, insurance providers and all their attorneys. That’s why we have such a strong track record of success.
So whether you’re dealing with a rear-end truck accident on Midway Boulevard or a speeding truck accident on the Tamiami Trail, we can help you every step of the way – from filling out forms to negotiating a settlement to fighting for you in court. We’re here for you.
How did your truck accident happen?
Truck accidents happen for many different reasons. But in most cases, most truck accidents happen because the truck driver did something reckless or negligent. Other times, it’s the trucking company’s fault. Examples include:
- A truck driver was texting while driving at the time of the collision.
- A speeding truck driver crashed into your car.
- A truck driver was under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- A poorly maintained truck (bad brakes, alignment, etc.) crashed into your car.
- An overloaded truck rolled over and crashed into your vehicle.
- The contents of an improperly loaded truck shifted during transit and caused the truck to tip over.
- An inexperienced truck driver lost control of the truck.
- A truck driver fell asleep at the wheel.
- A trucking company forced a driver to work long hours, causing the driver to become fatigued.
Is this how your truck accident happened? Or were the circumstances different? Either way, we want to help you resolve your truck accident claim in the best possible way.
What we can do for you
Accidents involving commercial truck drivers are complicated for several reasons. First, there are all the people involved in such negotiations – from the truck driver to the trucking company and their attorneys.
Then, there’s the issue of the evidence from such accidents. In many cases, the trucking company owns the data such as the Hours of Service logs, which record exactly how many hours a truck driver works. Trucking companies are only required to keep the data for a limited amount of time. They’re then free to legally destroy such evidence.
We can help secure this data and make sure nothing’s destroyed. We know how to negotiate with insurance companies and trucking companies. And if they refuse to cooperate, we’re prepared to take them to court.