Welcome to Truck.Law™. Our mission is to help the victims of trucking negligence obtain full and fair compensation while promoting roadway safety. In addition to representing our clients against negligent trucking and transportation companies, truck.law makes available resources, forms, knowledge, and experience to help other plaintiffs’ attorneys ensure that trucking companies and drivers are held responsible for their negligence.
Our mission is to help plaintiffs across the country obtain the full compensation they deserve. If you’re a victim of trucking negligence or an attorney litigating a trucking case, give us a call at (904) 323-4466 or contact us online. We're here to help YOU.
Truck.Law is a national truck accident litigation firm in association with Coker Law, one of Florida’s elite trial firms. Coker Law shareholder Stefano D. Portigliatti is the founder of Truck.Law, which provides premier legal services to truck accident plaintiffs and attorneys throughout the country.
Truck vs. truck collision with brain injury and neck fusion
Truck vs. truck rear end collision with concussion and neck surgery
Chris Stephenson wanted to be close to his family in Jacksonville so he traded a job driving a Northeast trucking route for a local assignment with Infinger Transportation Co. In the late and heavily rain-soaked afternoon of August 12, 2000, Chris was driving a gasoline tanker for Infinger and was at the base of Jacksonville’s Hart Bridge leaving downtown when motorist Jason Keiffer lost control of his automobile and swerved into Chris’ big rig.
Truck vs. truck rear-end collision with knee surgery and disc herniation
Truck vs. car intersectional collision with multiple fractures
Truck vs car intersectional collision with femur fracture
At Truck.Law™, we are dedicated to helping victims of trucking negligence and their attorneys obtain the full compensation they deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us fight for your rights on the road. We also welcome other attorneys to get in touch with us to learn how we can help resource you in your truck accident cases. We take cases nationwide.
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