Atlanta Truck Accident Attorney
Representing Victims of Trucking Negligence
If you were recently injured in a truck accident, it is crucial to have a knowledgeable Atlanta truck accident lawyer advocating for you. The details of who is at fault in a trucking accident can often be more complicated. A skilled lawyer can help you gather evidence and prove liability, helping you receive money for medical treatment and other damages.
At Buckley Beal, we have more than 85 years of combined legal experience with a track record of successful cases, including multi-million-dollar settlements. Whether we work toward a fair settlement for you or create a strong case for trial, we can help you get the compensation you deserve.
Call (404) 781-1100 to speak with an attorney.
Liability in Truck Accidents
According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, trucking accidents in the U.S. have increased by 20 percent in the past 20 years. Although truck-related collisions make up a smaller percentage of overall motor vehicle accidents, they can often cause more extensive damage to drivers and passengers due to the size of the vehicles involved.
Proving liability may be more difficult in a truck accident because responsible parties may include:
- The truck's driver
- Truck's owner
- The individual who rented the truck
- The truck manufacturer
- Shipping company of the truck's cargo
Evidence related to the crash may be available in a "black box" type device onboard the truck. However, most accidents are deemed to be the result of driver error or equipment failure. Allow our team of personal injury attorneys to assist you and your case.
We Work with You
At Buckley Beal, our Atlanta truck accident lawyer works with you to establish liability in your truck accident case. We offer a proactive approach for our clients, weighing all of the costs and benefits before moving forward. When you choose our firm, you choose a team that can fight for the highest amount of compensation possible.
Contact our firmto get started today!
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