The injuries caused by a truck accident are often severe and life changing. In some instances, they are life ending. If you have been seriously injured or you have lost a loved one in a truck wreck, the attorneys at the Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki are on your side. Please call today and let us help you receive the compensation you deserve.
Our law firm understands that the result of your truck accident claim is your main concern as well as to your family. Receiving the maximum settlement for your case is our main goal. In that case, before you decide to take legal action or file a claim, you should speak to our truck accident attorneys at Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki. You will be able to get a free consultation and we will talk about the different options you have. Our qualified attorneys will direct you down the right path and walk you through every step of your case.
We offer more than 35 years of combined experience. We are available to handle all personal injury and wrongful death cases related to trucking accidents. Whether a pickup truck crash was the result of a big rig tire blowout, an 18 wheeler driving recklessly, or any other reason, we can help. Our truck accident attorneys will provide you with expert legal advice and solutions.
Accidents involving trucks and commercial trailer trucks continue to rise. Many serious truck accidents occur along our North Florida highways including I-10, I-95, US-1, J. Turner Butler Blvd. and I-295. The Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki are available to represent clients in Jacksonville and throughout North Florida, which includes St. Augustine, Orange Park, Palatka, and Fernandina Beach.
Our attorneys know how to handle trucking accident cases. We are familiar with the regulations that apply to commercial vehicle drivers, including those governing where the truck driver can be driving, the number of hours an operator can drive, and how logs are maintained. Our firm is familiar with investigating truck accidents by reviewing logs, examining information contained in the “black box,” and utilizing experts to ensure that all of the facts are available to you. When a trailer truck is overloaded, it is considered a violation and is also known to cause many serious truck accidents. You can be sure that our legal team will work vigorously to build the best case possible.
It is an employer’s responsibility to run background checks on commercial truck drivers before hiring them. Up-to-date medical examinations are also a legal responsibility to the employer.
We believe that it is important to really work with the experts on truck accident cases. Our firm uses a hands-on approach to these types of cases. An attorney from our office will be there for you to gather information, take photographs, preserve evidence, and reconstruct the accident. Many trucks and trailers used for commercial use could be owned by different businesses. Our team of lawyers will help determine the ownership of the truck, to find out who is liable for the damages. We will assist with your case every step of the way. Our firm will fight for you and design a legal strategy that is tailored to achieve the results necessary to move your life forward.
The truck accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki are very adamant about helping those who have been seriously injured in truck accidents. We will continue to defend you until you are awarded the compensation you deserve. At our firm, we assist clients in every phase of their truck accident case. You can expect us to uphold all important evidence pertaining to your case and file all the documents needed when consulting with the insurer. We want to give our clients high quality service as well as get them the highest settlement possible.
Were you or someone you loved injured in an 18-wheeler or commercial truck accident? Contact the experienced trucking accident attorneys of the Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki at (904) 398-1992 to schedule a free initial consultation. All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis.