Construction Truck Accidents
Central Florida Construction Truck Accident Lawyers
It seems that central Florida is in a constant building boom. That means heavy trucks and construction vehicles of all kinds share the road with passenger vehicles. When an accident occurs, the occupants of the passenger vehicles are more likely to become seriously injured. Construction truck accidents can happen on a construction site itself as well as on public roadways.
If you or a member of your family has been injured by any type of large truck or construction vehicle, you should contact an injury attorney who understands the complexities of construction truck accidents.
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At The Umansky Law Firm, in Orlando, Florida, our truck accident attorneys represent clients who have been involved in collisions with all types of construction vehicles, including:
- Flat bed trucks
- Glass trucks
- Dump trucks
- Boom trucks
- Bucket trucks (cherry pickers)
- Front end loaders
- Bull dozers
- Back hoes
- Bob cats
One of the keys to success in a construction truck accident claim is to identify all parties who caused the accident and who are possible sources of liability. We may pursue compensation from the driver, the general contractor, the truck's owner, among others.
Construction truck accidents can be caused by driver fatigue or inattention, lack of proper conspicuity markings, improper backing, lack of flagmen, failure to obey traffic signals, and failure to comply with relevant regulations.
An experienced Motor Vehicle Injury Attorney can help you in your case.
A crash with a construction vehicle can cause permanent injury, such as brain injury or spinal cord injury, as well as wrongful death. The construction accident lawyers of The Umansky Law Firm know how to help. We will aggressively pursue a full and fair verdict or settlement to compensate you for the damages you have suffered.
Learn more: Please review our What to Do after an Accident page.