Because trucks are heavier and larger than cars, accidents involving trucks tend to cause more severe injuries and have a higher fatality rate. Many trucking accidents can be avoided if truck drivers and responsible companies act with a minimum standard of care. When they do not, The Reynolds Law Firm, P.A. helps you prove those companies’ and individuals’ negligence and liability.
I employ a practical, professional approach to ensure you obtain full and fair recovery for your injuries, including damages for past and future medical bills, lost income, emotional distress, and pain and suffering. If you have lost a loved one in a trucking accident, I can file a wrongful death suit on your behalf. I work to obtain the best possible recovery by applying my extensive litigation experience and settlement negotiations skills.
People injured in truck accidents often try to hold the driver or the trucking company responsible for their injuries. In reality, the driver of the car or other vehicle involved is often the one who is truly responsible for the accident. Cars drive in trucks’ blind spots, cut truck drivers off, or hit trucks as they turn. I help your company dispute liability by showing that your business was not negligent.
I have experience representing both trucking companies and accident victims in cases involving:
I work to achieve your desired results by settling or litigating your truck accident claim.
To prove a personal injury claim, the injured party must show that their injuries resulted from the defendants’ negligence. I consult respected experts with experience addressing the nuances of trucking accident claims. At trial, these professionals educate jurors about the causes of the accident and resulting injuries. I regularly work with:
I use all experts and evidence available to support your claim or defense.
The Reynolds Law Firm, P.A. gets to the accident scene as quickly as possible to examine all possible evidence. I measure and photograph the scene of the accident to preserve such crucial evidence as skid marks and vehicle positioning. I talk to witnesses while their memories are fresh and take notice of any special circumstances that would indicate whether driver intoxication or fatigue, improper truck loading, or mechanical failure played a role in the collision.