Overloaded Truck Accidents Can Be Serious. Contact a Florida Truck Accident Lawyer
Weight limits exist for trucks for a reason. If a truck is overloaded, the tractor trailer or 18-wheeler could easily rollover. Overloaded trucks are also harder to stop. The result in both cases can often be serious truck accidents, causing serious injuries or even fatalities.
People injured in accidents involving overloaded trucks may face a future filled with surgeries, hospitalization, doctor appointments, therapy and medication. They can be left temporarily - or permanently - disabled. Serious injuries seen in truck accidents include multiple fractures, internal injuries, burns, traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries.
Florida overloaded truck accident lawyer David Glatthorn has years of experience investigating such complicated cases. He also has the track record to prove it - millions of dollars obtained for numerous satisfied clients. Discover what he can do for you. Contact attorney Glatthorn today. Call 800-990-9394 and schedule a free case evaluation.
It's very important to establish negligence when handling truck accident cases. In those cases involving overloaded trucks, the employees or driver who did the loading may be responsible. But the trucking company may also be negligent if their policies led to the truck being overloaded, or if they failed to provide proper supervision. David Glatthorn will find out what really happened.