The average semi-truck weighs approximately 80,000 pounds. This is 40 tons of fast-moving steel and cargo, speeding down roads and highways across the country night and day. When these massive vehicles tangle with cars, serious and fatal injuries result.
Far too many truck accident victims are overpowered by insurance companies and, as a result, receive unfair compensation.
We understand the complex regulatory laws involved, how to prove who the at-fault party is, and the tactics trucking company insurers use in their attempts to minimize their obligations to you.
Georgia law limits the amount of time in which you can bring a personal injury lawsuit. We can help you identify the responsible parties, conserve important evidence, negotiate with insurance companies, and obtain fair compensation for the harm you have suffered.
If you have been injured in a tractor-trailer accident or any accident involving a commercial vehicle, it's important to speak to an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
At Phyllis R. Williams, P.C., you will never pay a fee for an initial consultation, and you owe us nothing unless we obtain compensation on your behalf. We will work with you to explore your options and determine what is best for you.