Eighteen-wheelers are a critical link in the supply chain. They must share the road equally with smaller vehicles. These trucks are enormous and can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds when fully loaded.

Because of their immense size, changing lanes, braking, and even making turns is more difficult and dangerous. Due to these dangers, federal and state laws are in place to ensure truck drivers operate their trucks safely.

Unfortunately, not all truck drivers follow the rules of the road and proper safety protocols. When truck drivers do not heed the law, serious accidents result, and they are sometimes deadly.

At Metro Atlanta Law Group, we have helped countless truck accident victims claim the compensation they are owed for their injuries and damages. We believe truck drivers need to follow the rules of the road. If a truck driver causes an accident, they need to be held liable.

If you have been injured in a truck accident, contact us right away. Our attorneys provide free consultation appointments to help you learn about your rights and the steps you need to take.

What Are Some of the Causes of Eighteen-Wheeler Accidents?

Thankfully, fatal truck accidents are decreasing due to a higher level of safety among drivers and safer equipment. Unfortunately, truck accidents still occur every day on Georgia roads.

Eighteen-wheeler accidents can have many causes, and there are sometimes multiple parties to pursue. The following are some of the reasons these accidents happen.

The truck driver was driving recklessly.
The truck driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
The truck was defective.
The accident happened in a “No Zone”.
The truck driver committed an error.
The employer was negligent.

Victims of Georgia eighteen-wheeler truck accidents often testify of horrific injuries. Yes, these vehicles are a necessity for delivering goods, but negligent drivers should be held accountable for any injuries or damages they cause.

What Is My Case Worth?

One of the first questions injured victims want answers to is, “How much money am I owed?” The amount of money you will receive in your case depends on multiple factors.

If you can prove negligence on the part of the employer or truck manufacturer you could recover a substantial amount of money because these parties typically carry massive insurance policies.

You have the right to demand compensation for the following after a truck accident.

All medical bills & expenses
Any property damage
Lost wages & any future lost earning potential
Pain & suffering
Travel expenses related to treatment
Death benefits, if a loved one passed away

At Metro Atlanta Law Group, we cannot guarantee any outcome for your case, but we can promise you we will fight for the best possible outcome and the highest compensation allowed under the law!

Why Should You Choose Metro Atlanta Law Group?

You have options when it comes to truck accident attorneys in Georgia. Not all attorneys are created equal. Our track record speaks for itself.

People in Atlanta know who they can turn to when they need a personal injury attorney. We fight for the rights of our injured clients and hold insurance companies and negligent drivers accountable.

Call Us Before You Call the Insurance Adjuster

Insurance adjusters know us by name because we come against their aggressive tactics, with the law on our side. Before you give a statement or answer questions, you must know these are recorded and can be used against you.

Call us first for a free consultation appointment. We will guide you on dealing with the insurance company and will immediately begin the negotiation process. If the insurance company refuses to pay what you are owed, we will pursue the claim in court.

How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?

The statute of limitations in Georgia is two years from the date of the accident. This means you will need to file your lawsuit in a timely manner.

Do not wait too long to seek legal help. Call us for a consultation. With our free case assessment, you will learn about the next steps involved in the pursuit of compensation.

Do I Really Need a Truck Accident Attorney?

While it is your right to go it alone and pursue compensation without any legal help, this is not advised. Insurance adjusters can be brutal. They are not working on your side and do not care about your needs. They are protecting their money!

Without the help of an experienced truck accident attorney, you will likely find it difficult to get the money you are owed. Insurance adjusters will attempt anything that puts you at blame. They will work to pay out as little as possible.

At Metro Atlanta Law Group, our expert attorneys become advocates for our injured clients. Allow us to help you pursue the insurance company and any responsible parties.

Schedule Your Free Consultation Appointment Today

You can contact us 24/7 to talk about your case. Our expert truck crash team is standing by to take your call and schedule your appointment.

Time is ticking away on the statute of limitations. Once this date passes, you lose your right to pursue compensation through any legal recourse.

Metro Atlanta Law Group will fight for your rights every step of the way. We work to hold negligent drivers, trucking companies, mechanics, and manufactures liable for the measurable damages they have caused.

Have you or a loved one been injured in a trucking accident? Do you have questions about your case and want expert answers from attorneys you can trust? If you answered yes to these questions, call us right away.

We will give you the answers you need. We will help you understand your rights and what you need to do to receive fair compensation.


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