Rapid Investigation of Trucking Collisions
An accident with a five-ton truck is something you never imagine having to face. Unfortunately, collisions involving commercial trucks and cars happen all too frequently, and often with devastating consequences. A truck accident attorney from Moody Law that serves Central Florida and Polk County, including Lakeland, Bartow, Winter Haven, and Haines City, is the one to call if you or a family member has been injured because of the negligence of a truck driver.
At Moody Law, we have attained multi-million dollar awards for the victims of trucking accidents. We know how to handle your case and help you collect maximum damages, beginning with our Rapid Response Plan. Please contact Moody Law today to learn more.
Immediate Help at the Accident Scene
With the Rapid Response Plan, a team of investigators and experts can be dispatched to the scene of your accident as soon as it takes place. You can call our office at any time of the day or night, seven days a week, and someone will answer and arrange immediate help. As a new client of Moody Law, you will benefit greatly from the efforts of the team, who will work to secure the scene and gather important evidence that can provide invaluable support for your case.
The Rapid Response Team spends as long it takes at the accident scene, collecting and preserving evidence for accident reconstruction. This documentation process can include:
- Extensive photography
- Vehicle inspections
- Measurement of tire tracks and other relevant evidence
- Recorded witness statements
- Drug or alcohol testing
- Securing log book records
Building Your Case
With the help of evidence gathered by the Rapid Response Team, the attorneys at Moody Law will begin their strategic preparation of your case. We will meet and speak with any and all victims as soon as possible, and will work to establish a bond of respect and trust. We want you to know we will do everything possible to ensure that justice is served, and that you and your family are compensated for all pain and suffering.
At Moody Law, a team of three attorneys and five paralegals may be involved in your case. We are experts on the laws that regulate the trucking industry, which are set in place by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the Florida Department of Transportation.
Because of the damage that an 18-wheeler, tractor trailer, semi or other large commercial truck can cause, truck drivers are held to stringent safety standards under the law. Trucking companies and their employees are expected to follow rules and regulations regarding time spent driving, truck maintenance, hazardous road conditions, and alcohol and drug use. Truck drivers must also obey an extensive set of specialized traffic laws.
We examine all circumstances and aspects of trucking accidents to help our clients collect the damages they need to rebuild their lives following an accident. These damages can cover medical costs, loss of current and future wages, and possibly punitive damages for pain, suffering, and loss of quality of life.
Contact Moody Law at anytime to speak to a member of our staff, request the help of our Rapid Response Team, or to schedule a free consultation.