Representing Victims of Serious Semi-Truck Collisions

Semi Truck Accidents

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Do You Need a Lawyer

If you have suffered any injury by no fault of your own, you may be entitled to compensation.


The U.S. Department of Transportation estimates that around half a million truck accidents happen every year. What’s more, these accidents cause 12 percent of the total number of vehicular accident deaths each year (amounting to around 5,000 deaths annually). In most cases, the individuals in passenger vehicles suffer much more severe injuries and a higher rate of fatality than truck drivers. 

If you were injured or lost a loved one due to a trucking accident, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your damages. These types of claims can be incredibly complex, as there are often a number of different liable parties, including the truck driver, the trucking company, or even the manufacturer of a defective truck part. It is crucial that you speak to an experienced attorney about your case.

Don’t try to handle this on your own – Call our office at (727) 784-8191 to request an initial evaluation. We work on a contingency fee basis, and you only pay if we successfully recover compensation for you.

Proving Negligence in Truck Accident Claims

Most truck accidents are attributable to the truck driver’s negligence or speed. In order to prove that the truck driver and the associated trucking company are to be held accountable for an accident, it’s necessary to provide sufficient evidence.

There are several ways to prove truck accident negligence:
  • Data Recording Systems: For starters, most modern trucks are equipped with an advanced data recording system. This built-in device gives a record of the speed, distance, and other relevant variables that can be investigated if a truck accident occurs.
  • Drug/Alcohol Testing: Negligence on behalf of the driver due to drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs can easily be tested through alcohol/drug screening. The truck driver’s previous history of offenses and records can also be investigated to produce a solid case.
  • Truck Maintenance & Driver Safety: Truck accident negligence can also be judged according to the trucking company’s level of vehicle maintenance and requirements for drivers regarding motor safety rules. In these cases, when the trucker’s negligence is inconspicuous, the truck’s maintenance and the company’s focus on its employees’ education regarding road safety protocols can be assessed.
  • At The Fran Haasch Law Group, our Clearwater truck accident attorneys work with a team of specialists, including accident reconstruction experts, to determine exactly how the accident occurred and who is liable. This allows us to aggressively advocate for the maximum recovery our clients are owe

    Call For An Evaluation Today

    The Fran Haasch Law Group is a dedicated personal injury firm based in Palm Harbor and serving clients in Clearwater, Tampa, Palm Harbor, St. Petersburg, and the Greater Tampa Bay Region and beyond. Our knowledgeable and professional attorneys can help you clearly understand all of your legal rights and options.


    We understand how to take on large trucking companies and major insurance providers, and we are not afraid to take your case to court whenever necessary. We offer contingency fees, meaning we front all of the costs and, if we do not successfully recover compensation on your behalf, whether through a settlement or verdict, you do not pay.

    How Our Firm Can Help You

    At The Fran Haasch Law Group, our lawyers are adept at handling all types of semi-truck cases. We understand the emotional and legal complexities involved in these types of claims, which is why we take the time to listen to you and your story, understand your unique needs, and work to achieve your goals. Our semi-truck attorneys offer compassionate, personalized legal support and aggressive advocacy on behalf of our clients. It costs nothing to meet with us and discuss your situation. In addition, we offer all our services on a contingency fee basis, meaning you only pay if and when we successfully recover compensation on your behalf.

    Call our office at (727) 784-8191 to speak to an experienced and dedicated attorney about your case today.

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    10300 49th St N, Clearwater, FL 33762