Category: Trucking Accidents

Trucking Accidents: What You Need to Know

Tucking accidents aren’t simple fender-benders. Semi-trucks travel on the highway at speeds of a minimum of 55 miles per hour and can carry loads upwards of 80,000 pounds. The sheer force behind a semi-truck can cause severe injuries and even death when they collide with the much smaller cars, trucks, and SUVs that most people […]

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What to Do if You Are Involved in a Large Truck Accident

Large trucks – semi-trucks or similar trucks weighing 10,000 pounds or more – caused 292 of the over 3,000 vehicle fatalities in Florida in 2017. Due to the massive size of these trucks, and the much smaller size of regular cars and even SUVs, a person involved in an accident with a semi-truck has a […]

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Tallahassee Man Receives Settlement in Garbage Truck Accident

The Florida Legislature has approved a settlement with a Tallahassee man for a wreck that happened in 2009. Mark Sawicki was riding his motorcycle to work and waiting for a red light when a garbage truck turned right and ran over him. He broke 20 bones in the accident. The legislature just approved a settlement […]

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