Whether you need criminal defense or representation for a personal injury claim, our team, lead by Chris Crawford, will fight 24/7 to guarantee that your rights are protected. These trial results should inspire confidence.
Logging Accident Attorneys in Pensacola
We fight for the compensation you deserve.
Logging accidents can occur when a log that hasn’t been properly secured falls off a truck and hits your car. It is an unimaginable nightmare that, unfortunately, is frequently still a reality. If a falling log on the road has injured you or a loved one, Crawford Law will fight to get you the compensation you need to get back on your feet.
Why are Logging Accidents still happening?
While technology has allowed the logging industry to become incredibly efficient at cutting trees, the methods used to transport logs from the forest to the factory still haven’t caught up to today’s safety standards. When these methods fail, heavy logs pose a hazard for motorists, often resulting in logging accidents ending in serious injury or death.
We’re committed to ensuring that injury victims have the resources they need to move on after tragedy strikes.
Rather than taking easy settlements that undervalue your pain and loss, we’ll take your case to court to maximize your compensation, including:
- Medical and rehabilitation expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Additional damages
When logs falling and hitting cars results in severe injury, you can rely on our Pensacola, Florida, firm to fight for the justice you deserve. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
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