Possibly Liable Parties After a Truck Accident

This video features Nicholas S. Gurney, a Personal Injury attorney based in Florida.

Orlando Attorney Investigates Crashes to Determine Fault

Video Transcript:

Tom Mustin:

Who is liable for a truck accident in Florida? 

Nick Gurney:

There are a lot of potential responsible parties. When we intake a case, we look at everyone involved in the crash, our clients as well as the truck driver, the trucking company often called the motor carrier, but there's a lot of folks behind the scenes that are involved in putting that driver behind the wheel. Then those folks may be responsible as well, they might also be liable. Those are Brokers, shippers, and receivers, docks where the truck entered and left. It could be logistics companies are called 3PLs, 4LSs sometimes people call them 5PLs when they're Soup To Nuts running the operation any of those entities could be responsible for selecting a dangerous driver and they should all be looked at individually based on the facts of the case.

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