Car and Truck Wreckage on a Busy HighwayHurt in a truck crash you didn't cause? You may be entitled to wide-ranging damages. However, before you can file your personal injury lawsuit and start fighting for a fair recovery, you have to figure out who to name as the defendant (or defendants) in your claim. This can be surprisingly difficult, as the list of potentially liable parties in truck accident cases is lengthy and may include:

  • The truck driver
  • The trucking company
  • The truck owner
  • Cargo loaders
  • Parts manufacturers
  • Commercial truck mechanics
  • Other motorists
  • Others

An Attorney Can Help You Identify the Defendants

Have no idea who might be liable or how to find out? Not to worry—at Rechtman & Spevak, we're here to help. Our knowledgeable and experienced Atlanta injury attorneys can review your case to identify the appropriate defendants. We'll also help gather the evidence needed to prove your claims for damages.

Truck crash cases tend to involve more evidence than the average car accident claim, but there's a catch: a lot of this evidence is in the possession of truck drivers, trucking companies, truck owners, and others who have a vested interest in making sure you never see it. Don't risk valuable evidence being "lost" or destroyed. We'll send a spoliation letter notifying them of their legal obligation to preserve any and all evidence relevant to your claim. You can also count on us to handle all communication with the opposing side's insurance company or legal team. We know you've been through something difficult—and we're here to make getting the justice and the compensation you deserve as painless as possible.

Skilled Legal Representation for Georgia Truck Accident Cases

If you were hurt—or lost a loved one—in a truck accident, we can help. Ready to find out what our talented legal team can do for you? Contact us today to schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation to discuss the details of your case.


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