West Palm Beach Truck Accident FAQ

Talk with a West Palm Beach tractor-trailer crash attorney at our firm to get answers to your case-specific questions. Some general questions have been answered for you below.

Will I need to testify in court to win my semi-truck crash case?

In most truck crash cases, a lawyer can successfully negotiate fair compensation with the at-fault party’s insurance company. In rare occasions, it might be necessary to take your case to court. If that happens, your lawyer will ensure that you are fully prepared for court.

How long do I have to file a case against the at-fault party?

You must file a personal injury claim in Florida within four years of the date of your accident. Failure to submit your case within this time frame means that your case won’t move forward unless you can show very good reason for failing to file your case within the designated time frame.

What types of losses are covered if I win my big rig wreck case?

All of your financial expenses and non-financial losses are covered when you win your case. You can be compensated for medical treatment costs, lost income, property damage, pain, mental trauma, and more.

Can more than one party be liable in a West Palm Beach tractor-trailer claim?

Truck crash cases often have more than one liable party. For instance, both the trucker and the trucking company can be held legally responsible for your injuries.

What if I don’t have enough money to pay a lawyer?

The attorneys at our firm will work out a contingency fee agreement with you so you can receive our services without paying upfront costs. We will only get paid when we have won you the fair compensation you deserve.

Get in Touch with a West Palm Beach 18-Wheeler Collision Lawyer

There is no reason for you to wait to talk with a lawyer about your case, as our firm offers a free case consultation. Reach out to The Law Offices of Casey D. Shomo to learn more about your claim’s value. Call 561-659-6366 or fill out the case consultation form down below.