Tallahassee 18-Wheeler Accident Lawyer
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18-Wheeler Accident Law Basics: Large trucks, like 18-wheelers or semis and tractor-trailers, may be involved in accidents and collisions that involve tire blowouts, unsafe loads, and other driver violations. Whether you are a truck driver or involved in an accident with a truck, it is important to understand the law. The Tallahassee lawyer(s) at Burns & Giddings, P.A. answer your important questions, on video, about 18-wheeler accident law in Florida. For answers to your legal questions about 18-Wheeler Accident Law, click on a question below, or to contact Burns & Giddings, P.A. about 18-Wheeler Accident Law issues, use the form below or call (850) 424-1825.
18-Wheeler Accident Law
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Law Firm InfoBurns & Giddings, P.A.
122 South Calhoun Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
About Our Firm
At the Tallahassee, Florida law firm of Burns & Giddings, P.A., we have experience representing a wide range of individuals in personal injury claims. Founded in 1993, we help individuals and their families who are facing serious injury or wrongful death due to the negligence of another, or of a governmental or corporate entity.
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The Florida lawyer(s) at Burns & Giddings, P.A. offer their 18-Wheeler Accident Lawservices to residents of Tallahassee, North Florida, and the Panhandle region, including Leon County, Gadsden County, Wakulla County, Escambia County, Santa Rosa County, Jackson County, Liberty County, Jefferson County, Duval County, Brevard County and the communities of Tallahassee, Quincy, Perry, Marianna, Monticello, Pensacola, Milton, Sneads, Crawfordville, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Panama City, Elgin Air Force Base, Naval Air Station Pensacola, and Naval Air Station.