Rear-Ended by 18-Wheeler Truck?

This video features Joseph V. Camerlengo Jr., B.C.S., a Personal Injury attorney based in Florida.

Florida Truck Accident Lawyer Takes Cases Nationwide

Video Transcript:

Rob Rosenthal:

Who's usually responsible when a rear-end collision with a truck causes serious injuries to people in a passenger car? That's what we asked Florida lawyer Joe Camerlengo for this Ask the Lawyers Quick Question.

Joe Camerlengo:

Most obviously, it's gonna be the trucking company, but it's also the truck driver, the shipping company, potentially the broker, the shipper, then the ocean liner that arranged the transportation. It can be a number of people and number of entities in the trucking transportation cycle that can be brought to bear in a rear-end collision like that.

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