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When you’ve been seriously injured in a truck accident, you may claim a wide range of damages to get compensated in full for your losses. Common claims in injury accidents include but are not limited to:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages and future wages
- General damages, such as pain and suffering, disfigurement, and mental anguish
Florida has a statute of limitations that governs the time you need to bring forth a personal injury claim to the local West Palm Beach court. If you need to pursue a personal injury claim, file your claim within four years from the date that the accident occurred.
In many truck accidents, vehicles are totaled or need many different repairs, which can cost tens of thousands of dollars. You can pursue a property damage lawsuit to cover all related damages from the truck accident, which can also include damage to personal possessions.
For property damage claims, the statute of limitations in Florida says that you need to file your lawsuit within four years from the date of the accident to recover compensation through legal action.
If a loved one has died due to the negligence or wrongful act of a truck driver and/or the trucking company, a winning West Palm Beach truck accident lawyer at Lytal, Reiter, Smith, lvey & Fronrath will help the decedent’s family claim the full value of the decedent’s life, in addition to related damages.
Catastrophic accidents are worst-case scenarios, but if you need to file a wrongful death claim against the liable parties, you’ll need to do so within two years of the date of the person’s death.