Category Archives: Truck Accident
What Are the Most Common Trucking Accidents In Florida?
Commercial trucking cases are a different breed of car accident claims. Trucking companies must follow specific guidelines set forth under both federal law and Florida law. A semi-truck hooked up to a trailer can weigh anywhere between 35,000 – 80,000 pounds. So, it suffices to say that if a driver of a commercial motor… Read More »
Can I Sue for Loss of Earning Capacity After a Car Accident in Florida?
An award for lost loss of earning capacity should consider the injured party’s diminished ability to earn income through the person’s entire life expectancy. Florida law allows compensation for loss of earning capacity if a car accident victim can demonstrate that his or her injuries are a significant factor in establishing the reasonable certainty… Read More »
How Do Car Accidents While in an Uber or Lyft Work in Florida?
Uber and Lyft are transportation network companies. This means that if a rideshare driver was involved in an accident that caused you to suffer injuries, you can file a claim with the rideshare company, whether it be Lyft or Uber, as well as the at-fault driver. In fact, a person who was struck by a negligent… Read More »
Can You Recover Money if You Were At Fault in a Florida Accident?
This article addresses a common question amongst personal injury. Many people that were recently injured in a car accident where they were at fault also incur expenses that their insurance may not approve in a claim. That is why many people at fault in an accident where they were injured still wonder if they… Read More »
Where Can Florida Injury Lawyers Get Qualified Leads Instantly?
If you’re an attorney in the state of Florida, then you’re going to want to read this! My firm, Rosen Injury Law has been getting a lot of calls for cases that are outside of our practice area. Cases like landlord-tenant law, will and trusts, criminal defense, labor and employment, and even real estate transactions. Our… Read More »
What Shouldn’t You Do if You’ve Been Injured in a Florida Accident?
These are two things that you should not do if you’ve been injured in an accident, and the first is to give a statement to the other person’s insurance company. The other person’s insurance company that was involved in the accident is not there to protect you, but they’re there to protect and defend… Read More »
What Are the Best Ways to Prevent Truck Accident Injuries in Florida?
Because some trucks can weigh up to 30,000 pounds, while a typical passenger vehicle weighs only around 4,000 pounds, a truck accident can be deadly. The following article will discuss some of the most common types of injuries that result from truck accidents and some ways to prevent these accidents. What are the most… Read More »
What Are the Differences Between Truck and Car Accidents in Florida?
The following article will discuss some of the major differences between truck and car accidents. Truck accidents typically result in more severe injuries. Because of the significant size of trucks compared to the size of standard vehicles, accidents involving trucks are much more likely to cause serious injury. Another factor that contributes to the… Read More »
What Questions Should I Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer Before Hiring Them in Florida?
When selecting a law firm to represent you it’s important to make sure they are qualified to handle your case. The law firm you choose should have experience handling your type of case and should be able to work closely with you to ensure the greatest outcome. Below, Rosen Injury Law attorney, Alex Litowsky,… Read More »
Should I Get An Accident Report After an Accident in Florida?
The answer I tell my clients with few exceptions is, “Yes, you should get a crash report if you’ve been involved in a car accident.” Whether that crash report is filled out by a police officer or a community service aid, it’s going to have additional information that’s going to assist an attorney who… Read More »