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Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas Auto & Truck Accident Lawyers

According to the most recent report released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,  32,885 people were killed in motor vehicle traf­fic crashes in the United States in 2010.  Approximately 13% of these fatalities occurred in Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas.  This alarming statistic does not include the potentially thousands of other individuals who survived but suffered serious injuries as a result of an auto or truck accident. Motor vehicle collisions and the injuries they cause can result in pain and suffering that is physical, emotional and financial.

At the personal injury law firm of Schwed, Adams, Sobel & McGinley, P.A., our auto accident attorneys have extensive experience litigating on behalf of auto accident and truck accident victims and their families. Roughly 90 percent of the cases we handle involve auto accidents. If you or a loved one was injured in an auto or truck collision, we can help.

Auto accidents in Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas

It is a common misconception that only a serious car crash can result in severe injury or loss of life. In fact, even a minor fender-bender can result in serious injuries or death. Typical injuries resulting from auto accidents include:

    • Neck pain
    • Back pain
    • Whiplash injuries
    • Spinal cord injuries
    • Brain injuries
    • Traffic fatalities
    • Stress fractures
    • Collateral ligament injuries
    • Fractured ribs
    • Seatbelt burn

Depending on their severity, the injuries may require expensive, long-term medical care. If your accident was caused by another driver’s negligence, you may be able to recover monetary damages to cover your medical needs, loss of income and property damage.  At Schwed, Adams, Sobel & McGinley, P.A., we regularly handle auto accident cases that range from the simple to the complex. We know what it takes to win your case and demonstrate in court how your accident has impacted your life and why you are entitled to compensation.

Florida, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas trucking accidents

The average tractor-trailer weighs in at 80,000 pounds. When a truck this size collides with an automobile, the chances of surviving the accident unharmed are not good for the occupants of the auto.  The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has strict laws in place regulating truckers, including:

    • Driver qualifications
    • Limitations on drivers’ working hours
    • Alcohol and drug testing
    • Vehicle inspection and maintenance

A collision with a semi-truck can cause devastating damage to a motor vehicle, its driver and passengers. Because of the dangers involved in operating such a vehicle, truck drivers and trucking companies are required to maintain significant insurance coverage. When an accident occurs, the trucking company’s insurance company may seem eager to settle your case. This is a ruse. They are counting on you to accept compensation that may not be enough to cover your accident-related expenses.

The attorneys at Schwed, Adams, Sobel & McGinley, P.A. do not fall for such tactics. We represented insurance companies for 25 years, so we know every trick in the book. We are not intimidated by insurance company threats and we are prepared to fight every step of the way to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

Schwed, Adams, Sobel & McGinley, P.A. — Fighting on behalf of the injured

When you or a loved one suffers a serious injury due to someone else’s negligence, you need legal counsel you can trust. The skilled personal injury lawyers at Schwed, Adams, Sobel & McGinley, P.A. are experienced in cases involving auto accidents and truck accidents. Call us toll free at 877.694.6079 or contact us online to discuss your auto accident or truck accident case today. Hablamos español.