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Truck Accident


Trucks weigh 20 – 30 times that of passenger vehicles. They take about 40% longer than cars to come to a stop when braking. Trucks have larger blind spots than the average vehicle. Blind spots include not being able to see cars that are behind the truck. Trucks often carry heavy loads, hazardous materials, and flammable liquids. As a result, when a truck is involved in a car accident, the outcomes are catastrophic. Experience, diligence, and knowledge in transportation accident investigation are required.

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Truck accidents necessitate the collection of a significant amount of crucial information that should be gathered as soon as possible after the accident. Part of the necessary information we seek includes truck black box data, footage, truck records, maintenance schedules, the truck driver’s driving history, FDOT reports, and police reports. This comprehensive list isn’t all the information needed to properly process a transportation accident. The scope of the investigation will be determined by the accident’s facts, including parties and witnesses.

If you’re involved in an accident with a truck, seek medical attention as soon as possible, as some injuries may not be immediately obvious. Especially, head injuries, fractured bones, or internal bleeding.

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