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Injured in a Truck Accident?

Georgia Truck Accident Lawyers

Injured in a Truck Accident?

At the Augusta, Georgia law firm of Wall Ellison LLC, our lawyers help people recover compensation for their injuries, medical bills, lost income and other expenses associated with serious truck accidents. An important part of each case is determining the cause of the truck accident.

Speak with an attorney who can advise you about your rights and your options. Contact Wall Ellison LLC in Augusta, Georgia to schedule a free initial consultation.

Determining the Cause of Your Trucking Accident

Determining the cause of a trucking wreck is the key to building a strong case for compensation. Our lawyers fully investigate and consult with experts so that we can determine the cause of the accident and identify the liable party.

Our clients have come to us after being injured in truck accidents caused by the following:

  • Driver fatigue
  • Poor maintenance
  • Defective roadways
  • Speeding and driving too fact for road conditions
  • Overloaded trucks
  • Bad brakes
  • Following too closely
  • Poor driver training
  • Inattentiveness caused by texting, cell phone use or in-cab video screens
  • Defective or worn out tires

To determine the cause of the accident, we interview first responders and witnesses, examine the driver's log, photograph or film the roadway and the truck, and consult with accident reconstruction experts.

Trucking Accident Injuries

We have obtained compensation for clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries in truck accidents. They have extensive needs for medical care, assistive devices, home help, vocational training, physical therapy and much more. We fight to get them the compensation they need to take care of needs such as these.

Speak with an attorney who knows how to thoroughly investigate the cause of a truck accident. Contact Wall Ellison in Augusta, Georgia.

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