In many truck accident cases, the truck driver may not be the only party legally responsible for the accident. To ensure that our clients obtain fair compensation for their injuries, our truck accident attorneys identify as many potential defendants as possible when developing a case. Possible liable parties include:
- The truck driver
- The owner, lessor, or lessee of the truck
- The trucking company
- The party that loaded the truck
- The shipper who retained the trucking company
- Insurance companies
In some cases products, materials, or vehicles may have malfunctioned, justifying a product liability claim against a manufacturer.
If a truck driver is employed by a trucking or shipping company, then that company may be responsible for the driver’s negligence. Establishing the liability of third parties in a truck accident can be difficult,particularly if the driver is an independent contractor associated with a larger company, which is often the case. For this reason it is important to have experienced truck accident attorneys working on your behalf.
The truck accident attorneys at the Michael T. Gibson, P.A. represent victims throughout the state. We work on a contingency basis, which means that if we do not obtain a favorable verdict or settlement, our clients to not pay any legal fees. Consultations with prospective clients are always free. Contact our Orlando Truck Accident Attorneys today for your free consultation.