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US Truck Accident Attorneys UNITED STATES TRUCK ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS The legal team at US Truck Accident Attorneys is committed to protecting the rights of individuals who suffered serious injuries in truck crashes. We have extensive experience and knowledge of the trucking industry and we are confident in our abilities to help you bring a successful claim against a trucking company and related parties. We understand that choosing the right attorney is not an easy decision so we will always be straightforward and honest about our approach to truck accident representation. Consultations are entirely free with no obligation, so you can call and discuss your situation without concern. Please contact our nationwide truck accident lawyers today for help.
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*******www.YourHighlandsLawyers**** Lopez and Humphries, P.A. 521 Pine Street Sebring, Florida 33870 863-709-1800 Truck Accident and Injuries Attorneys Highlands County FL | Sebring FL | Avon Park FL Semi and Tractor Trailer Related Accidents and Claims Personal Injury Attorneys in Highlands County Florida What You Should Do First To best represent you, we will need to ask you a number of questions about you, the trucking company, your vehicle, how the accident occurred, and your injuries. It is always helpful to gather as much information as possible in preparation for your initial consultation. You should focus on obtaining the following five types of information before your meeting, which will help in evaluating and preparing your truck accident case. 1. Details About the Trucking Company and Driver What is the name of the trucking company involved (if any)? What is the truck driver’s name? What is the truck’s license plate number? Do you have any other license numbers or identifying details about the truck? Do you have the truck driver’s Commercial Driver’s License number? Are any other companies or business entities associated with this truck or driver? Have you done any research on the driver or trucking company involved? 2. Specific Details About the Truck Accident How did the accident occur? Was a police report filed? What traffic violations, if any, were drivers charged with? Were any photographs or videos taken at the scene? Were TV or other news media at the scene? Do you have names, contact info of witnesses or others involved in the accident? When and where exactly did the truck accident occur? What was the roadway like (wet, dry, smooth, pot-holed, etc.)? Were other cars or people involved? Was an ambulance called to the scene?
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*******www.YourHighlandsLawyers**** Lopez and Humphries, P.A. 521 Pine Street Sebring, Florida 33870 863-709-1800 Truck Accident and Injuries Attorneys Highlands County FL | Sebring FL | Avon Park FL Semi and Tractor Trailer Related Accidents and Claims Personal Injury Attorneys in Highlands County Florida What You Should Do First To best represent you, we will need to ask you a number of questions about you, the trucking company, your vehicle, how the accident occurred, and your injuries. It is always helpful to gather as much information as possible in preparation for your initial consultation. You should focus on obtaining the following five types of information before your meeting, which will help in evaluating and preparing your truck accident case. 1. Details About the Trucking Company and Driver What is the name of the trucking company involved (if any)? What is the truck driver’s name? What is the truck’s license plate number? Do you have any other license numbers or identifying details about the truck? Do you have the truck driver’s Commercial Driver’s License number? Are any other companies or business entities associated with this truck or driver? Have you done any research on the driver or trucking company involved? 2. Specific Details About the Truck Accident How did the accident occur? Was a police report filed? What traffic violations, if any, were drivers charged with? Were any photographs or videos taken at the scene? Were TV or other news media at the scene? Do you have names, contact info of witnesses or others involved in the accident? When and where exactly did the truck accident occur? What was the roadway like (wet, dry, smooth, pot-holed, etc.)? Were other cars or people involved? Was an ambulance called to the scene?
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