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Don’t Let Negligent Truck Drivers And Companies Make The Same Mistake Twice

The maintenance of a vehicle is important to ensure the safety of the driver as well as those other drivers on the road. While proper vehicle service may seem like an obvious way to avoid potentially life-threatening accidents, some truck drivers and companies neglect or disregard truck maintenance altogether. When this happens, catastrophe is imminent.

CASE SPOTLIGHT: A DOT worker was injured when a tractor-trailer hauling trash hit his dump truck. The trash company argued that the flag men had not followed DOT regulations and that the wreck was their fault. AA Law obtained all the maintenance documents from the trash company, which showed that the brakes had not been properly maintained. Through the use of an accident reconstructionist, we were able to show that the cause of the wreck was in fact defective brakes and not the flagmen. The trash company paid almost ten times the injured workers medical bills to resolve the case.

Macon Semi And 18-Wheeler Equipment Injury Lawyers Defending Our Clients’ Rights

At our law firm, the health and well-being of our clients reign. We want our clients to obtain the compensation they need to recover from those severe injuries they have suffered as a result of improper vehicle maintenance. We also believe when it comes to righting the wrongs of negligent drivers and companies, pursuing punitive damages is vital.

CASE SPOTLIGHT: Three gentlemen were driving to work on a foggy morning when a log truck was backing out of the driver’s home. The men on their way to work slammed into the side of the log truck. The log truck claimed that the men should have stopped and that their failure to keep a proper lookout caused the wreck.

AA Law obtained all the DOT records for the log truck, which showed that the log truck driver had been cited for failing to have the proper reflectors on his truck and trailer. Careful analysis of the photos from the accident scene showed that the reflectors had never been installed as the log truck driver claimed. The insurance company faced with this evidence tendered the limits of the policy.

It is the distinct responsibility of companies that own and operate commercial vehicles to routinely inspect the vehicles for any safety issues involving:

  • Faulty brakes
  • Worn tires/tire failure
  • Broken headlights and other safety lights
  • Missing reflectors
  • Unsecured trailers

Contact AA Law Today

We want to help you. We invite you to 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.

All of 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.