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Semi Truck Accident Attorneys Serving Macon, GA

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Big-rig truck accidents come with more complications and more serious injuries.

After enduring the initial pain and terror of a collision with a commercial truck, the anxiety about your physical and financial future sets in. While nothing can compensate for the devastation of a truck crash injury, in cases of negligence the law can provide financial recourse for lost wages, medical care, pain and suffering and more.

The truck companies and their insurance partners work fast to build their case after an accident. You should have the same advantage. The moment we begin working with a new client, our legal team immediately begins the process of gathering and preserving crucial evidence to keep your case as strong as possible from the outset.




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Decades of success

Our success is based on 40 years of experience, care for our community, and our client-first mentality. When you choose Montlick, you’ll know you’re working with a law firm like no other.

Billions of dollars won

Montlick has recovered billions of dollars for our clients. We believe in taking every step necessary to ensure that our clients and their families get the financial compensation that their cases deserve.

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Commercial Truck Attorneys Serving Macon

You Could Receive Money For Your:

Medical Expenses: Medical expenses are the most commonly claimed damages in truck accident cases. They can include the past, present and future costs of medical treatment, including emergency room visits, surgeries, rehabilitation, medication and more.

Lost Wages: Lost wages are also frequently claimed in truck accident cases. Victims may be unable to work due to their injuries, resulting in lost income. Lost wages compensation aims to cover this loss.

Pain and Suffering: Pain and suffering damages aim to compensate for the physical pain and emotional distress caused by the accident and the resulting injuries.

Additional Types of Damages and Compensation

Punitive Damages: Punitive damages are meant to punish the at-fault party for especially egregious behavior. They are less common in truck accident cases but may be awarded in cases where the at-fault party acted particularly recklessly or intentionally.

Loss of Consortium: Loss of consortium is a type of damages claimed by a spouse or family member of the victim. It is meant to compensate for the loss of companionship, affection, and intimacy due to the victim’s injuries.

Diminished Earning Capacity: Diminished earning capacity is a type of damage awarded to compensate for the victim’s reduced ability to earn a living due to their injuries. It takes into account factors such as the victim’s age, education, and work experience.

Truck Crash Injury Lawyers for Macon

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How We Handle Truck Cases

Find out just a few of the many steps our attorneys take to ensure your truck collision case is as strong as possible.

Truck Crash Investigations

After a truck accident, preserving evidence is critical to winning your case. Trucking companies are notorious for sending their own investigators to the accident scene. Often, critical evidence–whether by intention or accident– is destroyed during this process. Armed with their own team of lawyers, the trucking company is near impossible to take on without your own legal team. When you call Montlick, we take all necessary steps—including investigating the scene, getting court-mandated preservation of evidence and more—to ensure the evidence you need to win is preserved, safeguarded, and leveraged.

Evidence we gather can include:

Preservation of the vehicle: Preserving the truck involved in the accident is essential. The vehicle should be kept in the same condition as it was at the time of the accident. It is crucial to ensure that the vehicle is not repaired or put back into service until it has been thoroughly examined by an expert.

Electronic data: Commercial trucks are equipped with electronic devices (black boxes) that record various data, including speed, braking, and other information. This data is critical in determining the cause of the accident. It is essential to preserve this data, which can be downloaded from the vehicle’s electronic control module (ECM).

Maintenance records: Maintenance records can provide vital information about the truck’s condition at the time of the accident. This includes information about the vehicle’s brakes, tires, and other mechanical systems. It is essential to obtain and preserve these records quickly as they can help determine if any maintenance issues contributed to the accident.

Insurance documents: Insurance documents are also crucial in preserving evidence in truck accident cases. These documents can provide information about the trucking company, the driver, and the coverage that is available. It is important to obtain and preserve these documents as they can help determine liability and damages.

Consequences of a Truck Crash

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The effects of a truck accident can be long-lasting, and it’s essential to understand how these accidents impact those involved.

Physical Injuries Truck accidents often result in severe physical injuries, including broken bones, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, burns and more. These injuries can require extensive medical treatment, often including surgery, physical therapy, and rehabilitation. Victims may need to take time off work to recover, or lose their ability to work altogether, which can result in lost income and financial hardship.

Emotional Trauma Truck accidents can also cause emotional trauma, such as anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Victims may experience flashbacks of the accident or have trouble sleeping, eating, or functioning in their daily lives. This emotional trauma can make it difficult to work, maintain relationships, and enjoy life.

Financial Losses Truck accidents can also result in significant financial losses for those involved. Medical bills can quickly add up, and victims may also face other expenses, such as vehicle repair or replacement costs. If a victim is unable to work due to their injuries, they may also lose income and struggle to pay bills.

Loss of Life In the most severe cases, truck accidents can result in fatalities. When a loved one is killed in a truck accident, family members may be left with significant emotional trauma, financial hardship, and the burden of funeral and burial expenses.

Types of Injuries

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Common Injuries in Commercial Truck Accidents

Head Injuries: Head injuries are common in truck accidents. These injuries can range from concussions to severe traumatic brain injuries that can have long-lasting effects on a victim’s life.

Spinal Cord Injuries: The impact of a truck accident can cause damage to the spinal cord, which can result in paralysis, loss of sensation, and other complications.

Broken Bones: The force of a truck accident can cause victims to suffer multiple fractures, which can require surgery, immobilization, long periods of recovery, and ongoing pain.

Burns: Fires and explosions are common in truck accidents and can result in severe burns that require extensive medical treatment.

Soft Tissue Injuries: Soft tissue injuries such as bruises, strains, and sprains are also common in truck accidents and can cause pain and limited mobility.

Emotional Trauma: Truck accidents can also cause emotional trauma, including anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

How We Handle Truck Cases

Find out just a few of the many steps our attorneys take to ensure your truck collision case is as strong as possible.

Truck Crash Investigations
The Danger of Semi Trucks on Macon Roads

Truck accidents are a common occurrence in Macon, Georgia, and can result in a wide range of injuries for those involved. The sheer size and weight of commercial trucks make them more dangerous than other vehicles on the road, and accidents involving these vehicles can cause severe injuries and even fatalities.

Even when you’re doing your best to drive safely around big rigs, the danger looms immense. With America’s truck driver shortage, the average long-haul trucker drives 60 hours per week and covers more than 107,000 miles per year. And a lot of those miles are through country roads like the ones that wind through Bibb County.

Unlike a typical crash between two drivers, an accident with a truck means you could have lawyers from one or several companies trying to get you to settle for less than you deserve. When your daily commute, a road trip, or just a casual summer drive turns into a nightmare after a collision with a big rig, you need a law firm who knows what it takes to win.™  You need Montlick.

Big Rig Truck Accident Frequently Asked Questions

Your Truck Accident Questions Answered

What Are Georgia Deadlines for Filing Car Accident Insurance Claims & Lawsuits?
For personal injury claims resulting from a car accident, the statute of limitations in Georgia is usually two years from the date of the accident. This means you would have two years to file a lawsuit against the responsible party/parties. Failure to file within this time frame could result in the loss of your right to seek compensation for your injuries. The statutes of limitations can vary depending on the jurisdiction of the accident.
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Truck accident liability: Who is responsible?
Any party whose negligent conduct contributes to the trucking accident and resulting injuries may be liable for damages.
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If the accident wasn’t my fault, do I need a lawyer?
You should never sign anything or talk to representatives from the insurance company until you have obtained advice from an experienced auto accident lawyer who can help you level the playing field.
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What makes truck accident cases more complicated?
Trucking accident claims involve unique challenges that are not typically part of other motor vehicle accident claims.
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Gordon (31031)

Perry (31069)

Roberta (31078)

Musella (31066)

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Because we can’t stop accidents from happening, we do what we can to help minimize their long-term impact. We put more money in your pocket, where it belongs.