Large Commercial Vehicle Accidents

Helping with collisions with tractor-trailers, large trucks in Longwood and Orlando, FL

Large commercial trucks - including 18-wheelers, tractor-trailers, delivery trucks and buses - often cause serious accidents. When they do, it's important that you have an experienced Longwood and Orlando, FL commercial truck accident attorney on your side, fighting for your rights.

At the Law Offices of Scott M. Miller, PLLC, we have years of experience handling such complicated truck accidents. We know how to investigate trucking companies, negotiate with insurance providers and get injury victims the money and benefits they need to get their lives back on track.

We can also work with your family if you lost a loved one in a fatal commercial truck accident in Longwood or Orlando, FL. We understand what your family is going through. We have worked with many people grieving the loss of a loved one. We can deal directly with insurance companies and all the red tape often involved with such accidents so you can focus on what really matters - dealing with the death of a loved one.

    What types of cases does Law Offices of Scott M. Miller, PLLC handle in Longwood and Orlando, FL?

    We handle many different types of crashes involving large commercial vehicles. Some of the most common accidents we deal with at the Law Offices of Scott M. Miller, PLLC include:

    Whatever type of accident you're dealing with, make sure you take your case seriously right from the start. Don't simply assume that the trucking company will fairly compensate you, even if the truck or bus driver clearly caused the accident.

    In many cases, many truck drivers change their stories after the accident. And in some cases, trucking companies will do everything they can to avoid taking responsibility for the accident. And then there are the insurance companies, which often do everything they can to avoid paying injury victims.

    Collisions with Tractor Trailers

    A fully loaded tractor-trailer (also often called an 18-wheeler) can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds. When such massive vehicles crash into a car or motorcycle, the consequences can often be catastrophic. Severe injuries and fatalities often occur. And the costs associated with such accidents can skyrocket.

    That's why it's critical you contact Longwood tractor-trailer accident Attorney Scott M. Miller. He worked as a lawyer in Chicago before moving to the Greater Orlando area and starting his own practice. His work as a lawyer in major metropolitan cities has provided him with a wealth of experience. That's why so many people in Longwood and Orlando, FL rely on Attorney Miller to handle their case. He knows how to put experience and resources to work for Floridians dealing with truck fatalities or serious injuries.

    In commercial vehicle accidents, the trucking company and its insurance carrier typically dispatch investigators to the scene within hours of the crash. They may interview witnesses, take photographs and conduct a comprehensive probe with one goal in mind: to direct fault away from the driver or the trucking company.

    The big rig may have been on the road with poorly maintained brakes. The trailer may have been overloaded. The driver may have fallen asleep at the wheel. While you may think the fault of the truck driver and company is clearly established, they will work hard to minimize liability.

    Don't wait to take legal action. Level the playing field today. We can begin investigating on your behalf and uncover the facts to support your case.

    It's also important to take action promptly because a delay could affect the outcome of your case. In many instances, you have a set amount of time to file a lawsuit or take other legal action. This time limit is known as the "statute of limitations." Don't miss out on your opportunity to be fairly compensated. Remember, you didn't do anything wrong. You shouldn't have to pay for someone else's mistakes.

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    Other Types of Truck and Bus Accidents

    There are many other types of commercial truck accidents besides ones involving tractor-trailers. These other type of truck accidents include:

    • Delivery truck accidents - Delivery truck drivers work on a tight schedule trying to deliver and pick up as many packages as possible. Unfortunately, in their rush to get things done, some delivery truck drivers cause serious accidents. These accidents can be extremely complicated because you're often dealing with a large corporation like UPS, FedEx or even the U.S. Postal Service. Don't try to take on such large corporations on your own. Contact us. We have the knowledge and experience you need to level the playing field and fight for your rights.
    • Bus accidents - Bus accidents in Longwood and Orlando, FL demand an experienced bus accident attorney that thoroughly understands the law and has a strong track record of success. That's why so many people throughout Central Florida rely on the Law Offices of Scott M. Miller, PLLC. Whether you were hit by a bus or you were a passenger on one involved in an accident, we know how to handle many different types of cases, including ones involving:
      • School bus accidents
      • Charter bus accidents
      • Municipal bus accidents
      • Private bus accidents
    • Moving truck accidents - There are many different kinds of accidents involving moving trucks. Sometimes, these refer to moving trucks that crash into other vehicles. Other times, you might be dealing with an accident involving damage to your personal belongings that were in a moving truck involved in an accident. Whatever type of accident you're dealing with, the Law Offices of Scott M. Miller, PLLC wants to help you get the compensation you deserve.
    • Tanker truck accidents - Large tanker trucks carrying gasoline and other hazardous, flammable materials cause some of the most serious accidents in Longwood and Orlando, FL. When these vehicles crash into a car, explosions sometimes occur, resulting in serious injuries or even fatalities. Take such accidents seriously right from the start. Contact us immediately. You can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call (866) MILLER-5 and schedule a free case evaluation.

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