Truck Accident Attorneys in Coweta County
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Due to their sheer size and weight, commercial trucks and tractor-trailers can cause extensive damage when they are involved in motor vehicle accidents. Typically, people in passenger vehicles or on motorcycles suffer far more severe injuries than the truck driver involved in the crash. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for individuals to be killed when they are hit by a tractor-trailer.
At the Law Office of Johnny Phillips, we handle an array of complicated personal injury cases, including truck accidents. We understand the complexities of this particular area of law and can help you navigate the legal process. If you need a truck accident attorney in Coweta County, Clayton County, Fayette County, or throughout the Metro Atlanta Region, reach out to our team today.
Fill out a contact form or give us a call at (404) 948-3334 to discuss your case with a member of our team today.
Who Is Responsible for Truck Accidents?
Truck accident cases tend to be a bit more complex than other types of motor vehicle accidents. The reason for this has to do with the fact that these vehicles are generally used for commercial purposes and, as such, there may be any number of liable parties. Depending on the unique circumstances of a given accident, anyone from the truck driver to the company that leases the vehicle to the manufacturer of a tractor-trailer part may be partially or wholly at fault for the accident. In some cases, more than one party may be responsible.
Common Causes of Truck Accidents
Many factors can lead to a truck accident. Some of the most common causes include:
- Driver inattention
- Distracted driving
- Driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs
- Driver error
- Fatigued driving
- Unsafe lane changes or turns
- Unrealistic driving schedules
- Insufficient training
- Unsafe driver quotas
- Overloaded trucks
- Inadequate truck maintenance
- Defective parts
- Equipment failure
These are just some examples of how truck accidents can be attributed to negligence. If you believe that your accident was caused by someone else’s careless or reckless behavior, reach out to our firm today to schedule a free case evaluation. We can help you determine your legal options and whether you are entitled to compensation for your injuries.
Get in touch with us by calling (404) 948-3334 or filling out an online contact form. We offer our services on a contingency fee basis.