Helping Injury Victims Recover Compensation After A Trucking Accident
Motor vehicle accidents are always unexpected and may bring serious consequences and injuries to the parties involved. When it comes to trucking accidents, there is no doubt that the resulting injuries and damage may be severe. Paperwork and legalities could complicate it even more due to the scale of the accident and the potential involvement of multiple third parties.
Throughout our years providing quality legal services to our clients at Overman & Overman LLC, we have taken on complex accidents involving cars to large commercial trucks like semis or 18-wheelers. Our goal is to protect the rights of our clients and guide them through the legal process to make them whole again.
Working To Determine Who Was The Party At Fault
Since Georgia is an at-fault state, it is vital to determine who was the liable party to claim fair compensation. When an accident involves a truck, multiple parties may be involved, whether it was a tractor-trailer, delivery vehicle, commercial van or another large commercial vehicle. When our attorneys take your case, they will conduct a thorough investigation to maximize your compensation based on the facts.
Sometimes, trucking companies make the wrong decisions that can lead to an accident. For example, they could be held responsible if they failed to provide proper maintenance to a truck, if they did not provide sufficient training or overscheduled drivers, among other factors.
Common Injuries After An Accident
The injuries resulting from a trucking accident are usually severe and might include catastrophic injuries, such as:
- Traumatic brain injury
- Bone fractures
- Burns or severe lacerations that could lead to disfigurement
- Blunt trauma
- Internal injuries or bleeding
The above injuries can lead to a radical change in the victim’s lifestyle, and fair settlement should include all the reasonable means to live life “as normal as possible.” Insurance companies will try to minimize your compensation, but we will not allow this. We also represent individuals who have lost a loved one in a trucking accident.
Injured In A Truck Accident? Get The Compassionate Guidance You Deserve.
We are ready to fight for your case. Call our Fayetteville office at 770-676-3177 or call us toll-free at 877-857-9471. You may also use our online contact form to schedule an appointment. In our first meeting, we will discuss what we can do for you based on your accident and your needs. We serve clients across the state of Georgia.