Holding The Responsible Parties Accountable For Your Commercial Vehicle Accident
At AA Law, our success in achieving million-dollar results for our clients who were seriously hurt in accidents involving commercial vehicles comes from our distinct ability to pinpoint those parties responsible for the damage.
Based in Macon, Georgia, our firm, led by attorney Paul Ayerbe, has been assisting individuals and families throughout Middle Georgia answer those tough legal questions revolving around accidents, like “who is responsible?”
Macon Truck Injury Compensation Attorneys Helping You Answer Vital Questions About Your Accident
Often, people who are involved in accidents with semitrucks, logging trucks and other commercial vehicles are unaware that the driver may not be the only person or entity responsible for their injuries.
Because our team has been fully immersed in personal injury law collectively for more than five decades, we have come to find that truck crashes are usually the result of more than one negligent party. While one unsafe act can be dangerous enough, a culmination of several careless actions can cause catastrophic events.
Only a qualified trial lawyer who is very familiar with trucking cases may be able to identify all responsible parties. When you consult with us, we will investigate every avenue, including:
- Insurance companies
- Independent contractors
Important documents that could prove negligence or misconduct on the part of the truck driver can be destroyed as early as six months after an accident has occurred. The sooner you contact us at AA Law, the sooner we can send out a spoliation letter to the trucking company that obligates it to maintain certain types of documentation.
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.