Trucking Accidents Transcript

STEWART GREENBERG: Every year, over 5,000 people die and over 100,000 people are injured in accidents involving large trucks. You can be sure that the truck drivers and supervisors are trained to immediately contact their insurance carriers and investigators to come to the scene of the accident. It is imperative that you have people acting and protecting your rights by being at the scene, by looking at the evidence, and by investigating the accident as soon as possible. The Miami trucking accident attorneys of Greenberg Stone & Urbano have a team of legal professionals and staff members who are ready to go at any time to investigate an accident that may have caused you or a loved one injuries.

Our team consists of investigators, traffic reconstruction experts, as well as photographers who can memorialize the scene and make sure that the evidence is preserved. Depending on the particular facts of the trucking accident, additional experts may be called upon to help put the pieces back together. In accident cases, eyewitness testimony isn't always accurate. As such, using forensic evidence to recreate an accident using animation provides the jury with a clear view of exactly what transpired at the scene.

Crashes involving large trucks are very different than automobile accidents. As an injured victim or a family member of a lost loved one, you need a true advocate who understands the nature and extent of trucking accidents that result in catastrophic injuries and deaths. At Greenberg Stone & Urbano, our South Florida trucking accident attorneys know what documents and evidence to look for, and thoroughly investigate accidents as quickly as possible so that both the attorney and client know what to expect moving forward. This also helps our law firm provide the best legal representation possible for our clients.

Experience is key, and we have learned through experience that to get the best results, there is nothing more important than preparation, preparation and preparation. Some injured victims lose out on receiving the compensation they deserve because their attorney was not prepared and made mistakes that compromised their clients' rights. While mistakes do happen, you still want the most experienced legal team you can find to protect your legal rights and interests. Injuries resulting from a trucking accident present a serious matter that requires legal attention if indeed someone else is responsible for the injuries you or a loved one suffered in a trucking accident.

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Trucking accidents can be some of the most complicated automobile accidents to handle. The trucking industry is highly regulated, and trucking companies are equipped to move quickly after an accident occurs, trying to shield themselves in any way possible from being held responsible for causing the injuries you or a loved one has suffered. While not every case will be successful, as there are never any guarantees in life and especially in law, working with a skilled legal professional is one of the best decisions you can make to determine if a trucking accident is the true cause of your suffering. At Greenberg Stone & Urbano, we have more than 130 years of combined professional experience assisting clients in a variety of trucking accident cases. We have received an "AV" rating from Martindale-Hubbell* and have also been named a "Top South Florida Law Firm" by the Miami Herald. If you would like to discuss your potential case with one of our South Florida trucking accident attorneys, contact Greenberg Stone & Urbano today by calling 888-499-9700 or 786-408-8973 to schedule your free consultation. You may also contact us online by visiting our website.

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