Overloaded Truck Accident Attorneys in Georgia
Getting as much information as possible about the cause of a trucking accident is key to success in a personal injury case.
In some cases, the cause of a trucking accident may be obvious. For example, if a logging truck spills its cargo onto the highway, it is fairly clear that the cargo may have been improperly loaded or improperly secured. In many cases, though, the real cause is not revealed until a thorough investigation is conducted. Was a rear-end truck collision caused because of the increased braking distance required of an overloaded or overweight truck? These are the types of questions we ask at the full-service law firm of Silvis, Ambrose, Lindquist & Coch, P.C.
Thorough Investigation = Positive Results
Since 1983, semitruck accident victims in Georgia and throughout the tri-state area have turned to us because we get results. The fact that we have recovered millions of dollars for our clients can be attributed to the thorough investigations we conduct. We build cases that are ready to go in front of a judge and jury, which may be necessary if the insurance company refuses to provide the full and fair compensation we request.
Investigations can only be successful if those doing the investigation know what to look for. That is something that only comes with experience. Our Thomasville lawyers know the federal government regulations that address semitruck loads. We know the things truckers and trucking companies do to try to get around those requirements. When we find that they have been violated, we hold all negligent parties accountable.
Contact an Attorney About Truck Accidents and Improperly Loaded Cargo
For a free initial consultation with a personal injury and accident attorney who will work hard to get you compensation after a truck wreck, call (229) 228-9999, toll free (877) 312-6812 or contact us online today.