Catastrophic Injury Cases in Stuart
Have you been injured in a Truck Accident in Martin County?
The unfortunate truth is that eighteen-wheelers and other big rigs are not always driven by responsible drivers or inspected properly by trucking companies. They are a danger to other vehicles on the road because of their massive weight and size. A fully loaded truck can easily weigh more than 100,000 pounds. It is not hard to see why many truck accidents end in catastrophic injury and death. Truck drivers must exercise full caution and care when driving a semi-truck, brig rig or tractor-trailer. They factually hold the lives of others in their hands when they are driving on the road. Many truck drivers are skillful and responsible.
There are, however, a number of factors, which can contribute to truck driver error and catastrophic injuries such as:
Unfortunately, many of these factors are caused by the fact that the trucking industry actually encourages reckless driving, even if it is indirectly. They offer bonuses to those who are on time or arrive early. In addition, truck driver wages are sometimes so low that they are forced to drive overtime, which can contribute to driver fatigue and more.
If you have suffered a catastrophic injury in a truck accident, you need to speak with a Stuart Truck Accident Attorney immediately. We will fight for the compensation you deserve, and you won't pay a dime for our services until we've recovered damages!
Truck Accident Injuries
Due to the sheer size and weight of big rigs, semi-trucks, and tractor-trailers, they are more likely to cause serious and catastrophic injuries. Passenger vehicles weigh a fraction of what a fully loaded truck can weigh and may get crushed under the weight of a semi-truck.
It is not uncommon for victims of truck accidents to suffer from:
- Brain injuries
- Spinal injuries
- Involuntary amputation
In addition to the physical trauma that truck accident victims must go through, there is an additional economic stress they must suffer unless they seek the help of a skilled attorney. A Stuart truck accident attorney can do everything in their power to see that your compensation is recovered. Catastrophic injuries such as brain and spinal cord injury can cause irreversible damage to the physical emotional and even mental state of the victim. Always seek medical help immediately after a truck accident even if you are not sure how badly you are injured. Some injuries will not show up right away and you do not want to risk having them go untreated.
Experienced Truck Accident Attorneys in Stuart Pursue Compensation
We understand how upsetting it can be to have to deal with a serious injury that was inflicted on you by another. We are dedicated to recovering clients' compensation for: medical bills, future medical bills, loss of wages, future loss of income, pain and suffering and more. Trucking companies need to be held responsible for violating their own regulations and standards.
We will aggressively fight for our clients' fair treatment and compensation for their injuries. Until trucking companies are able to better get a handle on their employees and dangerous truck driving, we will be here to help unfortunate victims no matter what.
Contact a Stuart truck accident attorney today if you have suffered serious injuries and need help now.
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