Logistics And Transportation Industry Accident Victims The Law Offices Of Sean M. Cleary
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Florida Logistics and Transportation Industry Facts
Florida’s logistics and transportation industry has known numerous improvement and modernizing programs. There are four main sections in this industry: Value Added Logistics and Services (VALS), Specialized Logistics IT, Defense Logistics and Wholesale & Transportation.
Due to the increasing number of population, hundreds of jobs were created in Florida’s multi-modal transportation network. A great range of products valued at more than $165 billion migrates annually across the state’s seaports, shipping ports and international airports.
Florida has a tremendous workforce and is a reliable services provider of our national economy. The 15,357 transportation and warehousing companies are occupied by 224,958 employers with an average retribution of $47788. More than 326,776 people are employed in 42,192 Wholesale Trade companies with $64,272 salary on average.
Florida ranks the 2nd among the US transportation systems and it possesses the 2nd widest Free Trade Zone in the country. Florida’s Chamber of Commerce provides interesting details about the annual complex movements in transportation industry:
106,4 million tons of cargo are transported through 15 ports;
98 million tons of freight are moved on 2700 miles of railways;
103,9 billion vehicles are used at traveling by the highway system;
space launching operations from two commercially accredited spaceports.
Logistics & distribution companies cover a big amount of economic services due to their unique areas of excellence:
Trade finance and insurance
Packing and crating
Customer computer instructing
Management training and solutions for hospitality, fleet, and transportation
Air cargo shipments
Training and simulation
Space systems logistics
Marine prepositioning systems
When speaking about costs per logistics & distribution services, Florida has a reasonable tax system and the lowest income tax rate, ranking the 1st among the other important national markets from California, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas.
Employment has been constantly increasing since September 2010 to June 2016. The logistic & transportation companies created more than 538,920 jobs. Unfortunately, the employees are exposed to many accidents and they can be seriously injured. The victims are entitled to a suitable damage compensation for their loss.
Proving the liability of the defendant in a logistic & transportation injury case can be a difficult and toilsome procedure. Our experienced attorneys from The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary invest in your case’s investigation and expertise in order to recover the payment for your lost wages, medical bills and other personal care costs, including therapy and rehabilitation expenses. Among the liable parties, we can hold accountable for your injury: