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Hallandale Beach Stopping Distance

Stopping distance issues lead to traffic accidents in Hallandale Beach and Florida regularly. At the heart of the matter is the fact that commercial trucks such as tractor trailers have much longer stopping distances when compared with passenger cars. This means that truck drivers have to exercise extra caution, especially with heavy cargo or in adverse weather conditions. It also means that passenger car drivers need to give commercial trucks extra room to brake. When users of the road fail to take these steps, they can be held liable for any injuries and collisions that result.

The attorneys at Flaxman Law Group handle all types of truck collision cases, including those caused by brake failure, insufficient stopping distances, driver negligence, and more. In fact, our team of attorneys has more than six decades of experience handling all types of motor vehicle, personal injury, and truck accident cases. We work with a team of medical experts, engineers, investigators, accident reconstruction experts, and other professionals to get to the bottom of every case and to find any liable parties as well as any options for compensation on behalf of victims. Contact Flaxman Law Group today for a free consultation to find out whether you have a claim.

Who is Responsible for Your Stopping Distance Related Truck Accident in Hallandale Beach?

Trucks need to get timely and correct maintenance of tires, brakes, and the other components that can affect a truck's ability to stop in time to prevent a collision. If truck driver s and truck carriers do not correctly maintain their fleets, they may be held partly liable in a trucking collision claim. In addition to truck drivers and trucking companies, manufacturers of brakes and tires may also be held liable in some stopping distance related truck accident if design or manufacturing defect caused a collision.

To find out who might be liable in your case and to find out whether there may even be multiple liable parties in your situation, contact a personal injury attorney in your community to find out what legal options for redress exist after your trucking accident. A personal injury attorney can review your rights and any insurance offers or settlement offers you may have received. He or she can also help you understand the strength and value of your potential case.

To Find Out Whether You Have a Claim, Contact a Personal Injury Attorney

If you have been injured, do not hesitate to contact Flaxman Law Group if you need legal advice or representation. Our law firm can arrange a no cost, commitment case consultation with you. Your free consultation is your chance to ask questions and get legal advice. In your no-cost consultation, our attorneys can tell you whether you have a legal claim or other options for securing compensation. If you decide to work with Flaxman Law Group, our attorneys will handle all the details, including working with investigators, accident reconstruction experts, medical experts, consultants, and engineers to build a strong case on your behalf. Our extensive legal team works carefully on each case to provide the best support possible for all clients.