LaGrange Truck Accident Lawyers
Commercial and industrial trucks are much larger and more challenging to maneuver than other vehicles, making them very dangerous to operate without proper precautions. If a negligent driver or operator injured you or a loved one, the LaGrange truck accident lawyers at Kam, Ebersbach & Lewis, P.C. will help.
Our dedicated legal team has helped thousands of injury victims recover millions to pay for medical bills, pain and suffering, and more from negligent parties. We have a strong command of state and federal laws applicable to personal injury negligence and will put our legal resources behind your case to tell your side of the story.
Georgia civil laws protect your legal rights, and our firm will formidably assert them on your behalf while negotiating every dollar you are owed. Find out how we can help with a Free Consultation at (770) 251-7100 or message us via our secure contact form. There are no attorneys’ fees until you win.
We Can Determine If a Violation Caused Your Accident
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and Georgia laws regulate commercial motor vehicle (CMV) operations. Failing to meet standards results in an automatic negligence case against the driver, operator, or company.
Kam, Ebersbach & Lewis, P.C. has found instances of violations in many client cases, including:
- Equipment failures
- Hours of Service violations
- Improperly trained supervisors
- Inadequate truck maintenance
- Poor road conditions
- Unsafe speeds
- Untrained truck drivers
Your legal obligation is to prove that these violations occurred when negotiating a fair settlement offer. Work with our LaGrange truck accident lawyers to put our resources behind your case.
GA Laws Impose Strict Deadlines on Truck Accident Cases
Deadlines apply to your Georgia truck accident case under OCGA § 9-3-33. You have up to two years from the date of your injury to pursue compensation. Missing this deadline will result in a claim denial or case dismissal.
Receive a Fair Settlement By Proving Negligence Occurred
If negligence played a role, it is vital to establish that it meets the definition of negligence under civil law. Our LaGrange truck accident lawyers will tell your side of the story by proving that it meets the elements of negligence, including:
- Duty: All truck drivers and operators owe you a duty to drive safe
- Breach: Failing to fulfill their duty is a breach
- Causation: Their breach of duty caused your accident
- Damages: Your accident resulted in injuries and financial losses, such as medical costs, lost wages, and mental anguish
We preserve evidence, such as driver records, physical evidence, eyewitness testimony, medical bills, and more. Hiring Kam, Ebersbach & Lewis, P.C. ensures you get to focus on getting better while we handle the legal aspects of your injuries.
Our LaGrange Truck Accident Lawyers Put You First
Kam, Ebersbach & Lewis, P.C. has recovered millions on behalf of injured Georgians and served them dutifully with more than 100 years of combined trial experience. Past case results also demonstrate our long-standing commitment to justice.
Our LaGrange truck accident lawyers navigate your legal challenges while taking a client-centered approach. You receive personalized attention from legal professionals possessing a deep bench of case-supporting resources.
Initial client consultations are always free, and we never receive advance payment for attorneys’ fees. Our firm only gets paid when you win.
Call Kam, Ebersbach & Lewis, P.C. for a Free Consultation
Kam, Ebersbach & Lewis, P.C. welcomes you to contact us if you suffer from injuries caused by truck driver or operator negligence. Reach out for a Free Consultation at (770) 251-7100 or message us privately here.