Miami Truck Accident Lawyer.

Truck accidents are some of the most devastating incidents on our roads, often leading to life-altering injuries, substantial medical bills, and emotional trauma. We understand the challenges you face, and we are committed to standing by your side, fighting tirelessly on your behalf, and guiding you through every step of the legal process.


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    About Mario Serralta

    Attorney Mario Serralta practices law in the State of Florida in both state and federal civil court. The law firm of Mario Serralta & Associates has the experience and financial resources to do everything possible to bring you excellent results.

    Mario Serralta is a graduate of the University of Miami School of Law. He was a law clerk to Judge Allen Kornblum. In addition, he is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

    Serralta, a member of several bar organizations and the U.S. Court of Claims, represents clients in state and federal courts. In addition, he has appealed matters before the U.S. District Court of Appeals and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta.


    Your Trusted Advocates in Truck Accident Cases.

    Assessing damages in a truck accident case is a critical component of seeking fair compensation for your losses. These damages can be categorized into economic (special) and non-economic (general) damages. Economic damages encompass medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, and future earnings, along with any other out-of-pocket expenses directly related to the accident. Non-economic damages, on the other hand, account for intangible losses like pain and suffering, emotional distress, and the impact on your overall quality of life. Additionally, punitive damages, intended to punish the defendant for particularly reckless behavior, may be awarded in exceptional cases. Assessing future damages often involves consulting experts to project long-term medical costs, lost earnings, and ongoing suffering accurately.


    Navigating the Stages of Truck Accidents.

    Truck accidents are complex, life-altering events that demand a clear roadmap to justice and recovery. At Mario Serralta & Associates, we understand the importance of guiding you through each step of this challenging journey. From the initial incident to the resolution of your case, we are committed to providing unwavering support, legal expertise, and compassionate advocacy.

    1. Incident Occurrence: The initial collision or accident takes place, requiring immediate attention to safety and documentation.
    2. Immediate Aftermath: Information exchange with involved parties, evidence collection, and witness statements are gathered.
    3. Medical Attention: Seeking immediate medical care and documenting all related information.
    4. Legal Consultation: Consulting with an experienced truck accident attorney to discuss your case.
    5. Investigation and Evidence Gathering: Conducting a thorough investigation, including collecting accident reports and surveillance footage.
    6. Negotiation and Settlement: Engaging in negotiations with insurance companies and liable parties to reach a fair settlement.
    7. Resolution and Recovery: Reaching a final resolution through settlement or court decision, allowing you to focus on recovery.


    Filling a Lawsuit

    Before filing a lawsuit, it’s essential to consult with an experienced attorney specializing in the relevant area of law, such as personal injury or truck accidents. Your attorney will evaluate your case, advise you on the merits of your claim, and guide you through the process.

    Your attorney will file the complaint with the appropriate court. The court where you file will depend on various factors, including the location of the accident and the jurisdictional rules.


    here are the key elements you need to prove to win a truck accident case:

    To win a truck accident case and secure compensation, you generally need to prove several key elements. While the specifics may vary depending on the circumstances of your case and the laws in your jurisdiction, here are the primary elements you typically need to establish:

    • Duty of Care.

      Show that the defendant owed you a duty of care, which is the responsibility to operate their vehicle safely.

    • Breach of Duty.

      Demonstrate that the defendant breached their duty of care through negligence or a violation of safety regulations.

    • Causation.

      Establish a direct link between the defendant’s actions or negligence and the accident and resulting injuries.

    • Damages.

      Provide evidence of the specific damages you suffered, such as medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

    • Negligence.

      Prove that the defendant’s failure to exercise reasonable care played a significant role in causing the accident.

    • Regulation Violations.

      If applicable, demonstrate that the defendant violated safety regulations or industry standards, further highlighting their negligence.

    • Witnesses and Expert Testimony

      Use eyewitnesses and expert witnesses to support your claims and provide professional insights.

    • Documentation.

      Maintain thorough documentation of the accident scene, injuries, medical treatment, and communication with all parties involved, including insurance companies.

    Get a Free Consultation Right Now!

    At Mario Serralta & Associates, we are committed to guiding you through each of these stages with the expertise, compassion, and dedication you deserve. Our goal is to help you navigate the complex legal process and secure the best possible outcome for your truck accident case.

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    Mario and his team supported and accompanied us throughout the process. Needless to say, we won the case handsomely.

    ALEX T.