Driving Under The Influence Of Alcohol And Drugs Is Deadly
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is illegal, regardless of what kind of motor vehicle someone is operating. However, due to the sheer size and weight of commercial vehicles, accidents involving big rigs, tractor-trailers and other types of trucks can create an even greater risk for fatal injuries.
We don’t tolerate impaired driving, and neither should you. Achieving more than $25 million in recoveries for injured clients throughout Georgia, our attorneys at AA Law are prepared to help you with your truck accident case.
Impaired Semi-Truck Drivers Cause Accidents
Our attorneys at AA Law have been helping clients throughout Middle Georgia aggressively litigate cases involving truck accidents that involve alcohol and drug abuse.
Our lawyers, led by attorney Paul Ayerbe, handle cases involving impaired drivers operating commercial trucks while under the influence of:
- Prescription drugs
If you have been injured in a commercial truck accident involving any of the above substances, both the truck driver and the trucking company should be held liable for negligent actions that led to your injuries. Our team of skilled attorneys will identify those different sources of recovery in order to obtain maximum compensation for you.
Fighting For Damages And Compensation
Sometimes, in motor vehicle accidents involving impaired driving or driving under the influence, it is possible to seek punitive damages. When your injuries or the death of your loved one could have been completely avoided, we can help. If you have lost a loved one in a motor vehicle fatality involving a commercial vehicle and the driver was under the influence, you may also have cause for a wrongful death case. Let us fight for damages on your behalf.
Contact Us Today
If an impaired driver caused your injuries, we want to help. 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 using our online form.
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.