WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., May 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The Iscoe Law Firm, one of Florida's leading personal injury attorney teams, sees the impact of truck accidents on I-95 throughout Florida. Part of the reason is that so many semi-trucks use I-95 to carry their loads, and they are much larger and heavier than others on the road.
"Being in a truck accident can come with insurmountable medical bills and physical and emotional challenges," said Gary T. Iscoe, Esq. Founding Partner of Iscoe Law Firm. "When you didn't bring your injuries upon yourself, you shouldn't be the one paying for them. The key is to find the correct at-fault party."
This can be tricky in some truck accident cases as many parties could be liable for your injuries. Sometimes more than one party can share liability.
Potentially liable parties in your truck accident include:
- The truck driver
- The driver's employer
- The truck owner
- The cargo loader
- The truck maintenance provider
- A parts manufacturer
- A third party—such as another driver or a government entity responsible for road or sign maintenance
To receive the compensation you deserve, you need to be able to prove who is liable for your injuries and how. This can be a challenging task for someone who is recovering from significant injuries and wondering how they will make ends meet. It's essential to work with a well-versed Palm Beach County truck accident attorney to help pinpoint who should be held liable under the circumstances of your accident.
About Iscoe Law
Since 1991, Gary T. Iscoe, a Trial Lawyer, has been dedicated to holding the powerful accountable for taking advantage of the powerless. From representing clients in severe injury cases, wrongful death cases, class actions, and other lawsuits including medical malpractice, and product liability, Gary and his team understand Florida's complex personal injury laws.
Iscoe Law fights hard for the injured and holds auto insurers like State Farm, Allstate, Progressive, GEICO, Liberty Mutual accountable for the pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages suffered by its clients.
Iscoe Law offers a free initial consultation at one's home, office, hotel, or hospital. For more information or schedule a free consultation, call 800-800-6500 or visit www.iscoelaw.com
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