Thomasville Attorneys Handling Reckless Truck Driving Accidents

Due to the massive size of their vehicles, semitruck drivers have a duty of care to the other vehicles they share the road with — cars, motorcycles and other trucks, as well as pedestrians and bicyclists. When they speed and drive recklessly, they are betraying their duty of care. When that betrayal leads to a truck accident, they should be held accountable.

We Hold Truck Drivers Accountable for Their Negligence

Since 1983, the lawyers at the full-service law firm of Silvis, Ambrose, Lindquist & Coch, P.C., have been holding negligent truck drivers accountable for the harm they cause. When you come to our law firm, we will partner with you as we pursue the full and fair compensation you need to move forward with your life. No matter where in Georgia or the tri-state area the speeding trucker accident occurred, we can help you get results.

We Hold Trucking Companies Accountable for Their Employees' Actions

Whether behind the wheel of a logging truck or any other semitruck, drivers typically get paid more if they get from point A to point B faster. Speeding means bigger paychecks.

When we handle truck accidents, we do not single out the driver. Ultimately, the trucking company is accountable for the actions of its employees. It provides the paychecks. It provides the incentive for speeding. We hold the company accountable, particularly when it negligently hires drivers with poor driving records and histories of speeding tickets.

Contact an Attorney Handling Truck Accidents Caused by Speeding

For a free initial consultation with a Georgia attorney who will work hard to get you compensation after a semitruck crash, call 229-228-9999, toll free 877-312-6812 or contact us online today.