Gathering And Preserving Evidence In Georgia 18-Wheeler Accidents
One of the most important aspects of semi-truck accident cases is properly gathering and preserving evidence to prove your claim. With over 50 years of combined experience, the lawyers at AA Law, have been representing personal injury victims in central Georgia for decades. They will ensure that all available evidence is used and preserved to develop a strong case on your behalf.
Since 1992, we have been proving the facts in million-dollar accident cases. We have helped individuals and families throughout Middle Georgia regain their lives after devastating truck accidents. We can help you, too.
Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys Know That A Thorough Investigation Is Critical
Inadequate training, driving while intoxicated, texting and driving – all are common reasons why accidents happen on Interstate 16, I-75, I-475 and other roadways throughout the state. The only way to show that these reasons were the cause of your accident, however, is to prove them. Decades in personal injury law have given attorney Paul R. Ayerbe and our team the valuable experience and knowledge needed to obtain the winning information in truck accident cases.
In order to gather and preserve evidence for your case, we will:
- Collect several different types of evidence. Truck company documentation, logbooks, safety reports, accident scene information, photographs, police reports and other forms of evidence will all be considered when building your case.
- Work with experts. We team up with accident reconstructionists, investigators, trucking experts, doctors, medical staff, counselors and other specialists to create a solid defense backed by facts.
- Send spoliation letters to trucking companies. Trucking companies routinely destroy documentation that could prove violations that truck drivers made, resulting in your injuries. Sending this letter to the company can preserve that evidence for your case.
- Compare trucker logbooks with other evidence. It is common for drivers who know they were in the wrong to rework or doctor their logs, so they are in compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. We will collect those logbooks and compare them with other documentation to reveal discrepancies that can prove your case.
Proving negligence or carelessness on the part of a truck driver can be difficult, but our firm has demonstrated time and again that it can be done with the right attorneys and with steadfast determination.
How You Can Help Your Truck Accident Attorneys
If you have been injured in a truck accident, it is crucial to contact a lawyer. Meanwhile, do not speak to any insurance investigators without the legal advice and guidance of a skilled personal injury attorney who fully understands how to handle commercial vehicle accident cases. Even if you aren’t sure you will pursue your case, any evidence you can collect, like photographs of the accident scene or your injuries, will help build a solid defense.
Contact Us Today
We want to help you build a strong case to obtain compensation for your injuries. You can call AA Law today to speak to an experienced personal injury attorney about your car, truck or motorcycle accident. Schedule a no-risk consultation with us at 478-474-AALAW (2252) or email us.
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All our personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we take on your case, there is no fee unless we recover damages for you.