Truck accidents involving SUVs, pickup trucks, vans, box trucks, dump trucks and tractor-trailers can cause catastrophic injuries. Whether you have been injured or lost a loved one in a truck accident, you need an experienced and knowledgeable Florida truck accident lawyer to help you recover for your injuries and losses.

Our experienced personal injury attorneys focus 100 percent on personal injury cases and have the experience, resources and support staff to aggressively pursue your claim and take appropriate legal action after a truck accident has caused you or a loved one harm.


Truck accident claims and traditional automobile accident claims vary in many significant ways. The most critical difference is dealing with the trucking company’s insurance carrier. The trucking company will send a designated Accident Response Team to the scene of the accident with the sole purpose of collecting evidence and protecting that trucking company against a claim made by other involved parties.

The Florida truck accident attorneys at Your Pain Lawyer have decades of experience dealing with such trucking insurance companies and know what it takes to successfully pursue your claim and ensure that the negligent parties are held responsible for your losses.


Not only are truck accident claims different from traditional automobile accident claims, but the contributing factors of the accident differ as well. Mechanical failures, such as malfunction of the truck’s air brakes, tire blow-outs or defects of the hitch are some causes of catastrophic truck accidents. Unfortunately, the main cause of truck accidents is the driver had operated the Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) in a careless or negligent manner.

The following are examples of such careless and negligent behavior that warrant the attention of a truck accident lawyer in Florida:

  • Speeding/tailgating
  • Drowsy/distracted driving
  • Texting/talking on the phone
  • Impaired driving
  • Inexperience behind the wheel of a large truck
  • Unbalanced loads


When a truck driver is at fault because of these and other negligent behaviors, that truck driver and the trucking company (their employer) can be held responsible and accountable for your injuries and losses. Call a Florida truck accident attorney now to discuss your case.

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