Who Is Responsible For Truck Accidents?

Although the claims process for truck accidents is treated the same as car accident claims, they are often far more complicated. Because semitrucks are commercial vehicles, the driver of the passenger vehicle is rarely at fault or at least may not hold all the fault in the accident.

A number of parties could be liable for the accident and sometimes, more than one party is at fault. These parties could include:

  • The trucking company
  • A contracting company
  • The truck's manufacturer
  • Truck's maintenance team
  • Owner of truck's cargo

As you can see, determining fault is not easy in these situations. Luckily, attorney Cameron D. Simpson has recovered compensation for countless clients. She knows how to hold the correct parties responsible for your injuries.

The Danger Of RVs On The Road

Commercial vehicles such as RVs are very common in Florida. Like trucks, they can deal major damage because of their size. The difference is that no special type of license is required to drive them. This means people in RVs usually have no training in operating such a large and heavy vehicle, which makes them even more dangerous.

Our lawyer, Cameron Simpson, works with victims of any type of injury, including those who were killed in an accident. Let us get through this together with you.

Contact Us For The Legal Help You Need

Compensation from personal injury claims should cover any expenses you are facing because of a crash. This includes:

  • Medical bills
  • Ongoing medical costs
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering
  • Permanent scarring

To begin a free consultation about your case, please call 850-659-6512 or email us. We work on contingency, so you pay nothing unless we recover damages on your behalf.

We serve Fort Walton Beach and all of Okaloosa County, Santa Rosa County, Escambia County, Bay County and Walton County.