Your Case Against a Trucking Company Can Make A Difference In The Lives Of Others
When people are involved in truck accidents, they usually pursue compensation for medical bills, lost wages and damages for the pain they have suffered. Often, personal injury lawyers who are not familiar with the laws and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations surrounding truck driving in Georgia don’t give punitive damages much consideration.
Your Case Matters To Our Macon Attorneys Representing Those Injured In Negligent Truck Driving Accidents
Punitive damages, or punishment damages, are meant to positively change the conduct and ways that companies do business; making the roads we travel safer.
More often than not, truck wrecks are caused by reasons other than simply an accident or coincidence. Negligence and carelessness on behalf of the driver, the trucking company, the shipper or other parties may play a big role in accidents that could have been avoided.
At AA Law, we strive to make your case count. We understand how important financial compensation is for your recovery, but we also realize the opportunity for change that your case can bring about when it comes to holding the trucking company accountable for its conscious disregard for the safety of the public.
Changing Lives: Georgia Attorneys Punitive Damage Claims In Truck Accidents
An employee of a tree service company with no commercial driver’s license (CDL) and no safety training was put behind the wheel of a company truck. He lost control of his vehicle and hit a car. AA Law, obtained $1 million for the passenger of the car who sustained a broken leg from the accident, and caused the tree service company to change its driver policies – ultimately resulting in more stringent company safety policies that will protect the public.
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.