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Your Strongest Ally After A Truck Accident

Any motor vehicle crash can leave those involved facing serious, life-changing injuries. When these collisions involve a large 18-wheeler, the risks of suffering a catastrophic or fatal injury increase dramatically. These incidents can leave drivers and passengers unable to work and face the prospects of paying for onerous medical expenses.

At Duke & Heath, Attorneys at Law, our lawyers fight for the rights of motorists injured in serious truck accidents throughout west Georgia. No matter how complex your case is or how severe your injuries are, we will take every necessary action to secure fair compensation that helps you and your family move forward from this difficult event.

Holding Those Responsible Accountable For Their Actions

Resolving truck accidents tends to be much more complicated to resolve than a more standard accident involving two passenger cars. One of the biggest factors that creates these complexities is determining who all the liable parties are.

It is possible that the driver may have operated the truck negligently, but they may not be the only party responsible. The trucking company may be at least partially negligent if they failed to provide proper training or hired a driver who was not qualified. If the truck was overloaded, the cargo company who loaded the truck may be held responsible.

We’re Ready To Work For You

Determining all of the negligent parties is critical when seeking the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries. We conduct a thorough analysis of your case and take an aggressive approach when advocating on your behalf.

To learn more or to schedule a free consultation, contact our Carrollton office today at 678-390-5577 or via email. Our contingency fee pricing structure means you will not owe us any legal fees until we recover compensation on your behalf.