Oconee County Teenager Seriously Injured in Georgia Dump Truck Accident
As a mother was taking her daughters to school on an early March morning, she was struck by a dump truck that resulted in life-threatening injuries suffered by the mother's teenage daughter. All other occupants of both the van the mother was driving and the dump truck survived the accident without significant injuries. This tragic accident might have occurred for a variety of reasons that are unknown at this time. When it comes to a trucking accident like this one, it can take a substantial amount of time to get to the root cause of the accident in order to determine if anyone's injuries were the fault of another person or party.
Why it is Important to Act Quickly to Speak with a Georgia Trucking Accident Attorney
Because the cause of this dump truck accident is unclear, it is crucial that injured individuals involved in a trucking accident seek the advice of one of our truck accident attorneys who can help determine whether or not someone else was at fault for causing the resulting injuries. It is undisputed that the force and strength of a dump truck like the one involved in the Oconee County accident has the potential to cause serious harm if involved in an accident. As such, regardless of who might be at fault for causing a Georgia Trucking Accident, it is unquestionable that the resulting injuries could be fatal.
Common injuries associated with Georgia Trucking Accidents include, but are not limited to:
- Concussions and other Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs);
- Broken/fractured bones;
- Damage to internal organs;
- Soft tissue injuries, including cuts, bruises, and torn muscles, tendons, and/or ligaments;
- Partial or complete paralysis; and
While the Oconee County teenager is alive, the extent of her injuries are not completely known. However, we do know that the injuries were in fact severe, and she might have suffered any one or more of the injuries listed above. Given that such catastrophic injuries resulted from this Georgia Trucking Accident, it is important to discuss the matter with an attorney who has the expertise and knowledge to investigate the situation, and reach a conclusion as to whether or not the injuries are a direct result of another's conduct.
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If you or a loved one have been involved in a Georgia Trucking Accident, contact Montlick & Associates for your free consultation. At Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law, our firm has more than thirty years of professional experience representing injured victims and their loved ones from all across the state of Georgia and in the Southeast. The sooner you are able to speak with an attorney, the sooner you will have your questions answered and your concerns addressed. If you would like to speak with one of our Georgia Trucking Accident Attorneys, contact Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law today by calling (800) LAW-NEED (529-6333). You may also visit us online at www.montlick.com, to complete a Free Case Evaluation Form, and you may also participate in a 24-hour Live Online Chat.