Ocala Truck Accident Attorneys

Accidents that involve tractor-trailers and other large commercial vehicles frequently cause fatal or extremely serious injuries to occupants of smaller vehicles. Faced with this enormous potential for loss, commercial trucking insurers will often try to settle claims for as little as possible just as quickly as they can. Failing that (and sometimes not even bothering to take that initial step), they'll fight you with everything they've got.

At The Florida Legal Advocacy Group, P.A., we know how the insurance industry operates and have the legal experience and resources it will take to obtain a just result in spite of their efforts. This isn't just an empty boast. Prior to opening our Ocala law office, attorney Stanley W. Plappert spent 25 years working in the insurance industry and dealing with serious truck accident cases on a regular basis.

Because insurers act quickly to protect their own interests (often putting their own people at the accident scene within hours), and because crucial evidence may degrade or be lost soon after a wreck occurs — it is vital that you speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. We would welcome the opportunity to help but implore you to take this advice even if you decide to call someone else.

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Contact us online or call our Ocala truck accident lawyers at (352)732-8030 and schedule a free consultation. It won't cost you any money up-front to put our experience with trucking accident injury and wrongful death cases on your side.

We handle these claims on a contingency basis, which means you won't pay us a dime in legal fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement on your behalf. Also, if medical expenses are a problem for you right now — we may be able to connect you with medical professionals who are willing to provide the health care services you need today but who are also willing to wait to get paid until your legal case is resolved.