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A Short Guide to Injury Claims Associated with Georgia Logging Truck Accidents


July 17, 2019

Logging truck accidents can cause tremendous personal injuries, loss of life, and property damage. When logging trucks crash, they are at a high risk of losing their cargo, rolling over, or demolishing everything in their path if the driver suddenly loses control. The resulting accident can leave victims clinging to life or suffering catastrophic injuries. 

Logging truck accidents in Georgia are known as to cause significant personal injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, concussions, spinal cord injuries, paralysis, lacerations, broken or fractured bones, dislocated joints, internal injuries, knee injuries, back injuries, whiplash, and amputations to name a few. Victims can claim medical bills and future medical costs stemming from the accident in addition to lost wages, future economic losses, and pain and suffering damages. 

Logging truck accident victims should turn to attorneys who have vast experience handling logging truck accident cases. While any Georgia attorney can legally handle a Georgia logging truck accident claim, lawyers with expertise successfully filing log truck crash claims understand the complexities of these crashes. 

Logging truck accidents are different from other types of tractor-trailer truck accidents. Logging truckers and the companies from whom they drive must follow strict rules and regulations imposed by both federal and state laws. Failing to follow these regulations can jeopardize the safety of other people sharing the road with logging trucks as well as the logging truck driver. An experienced Georgia logging truck accident lawyer will know how to use violations of the law to prove that the log truck driver is liable for the accident.

A critical facet of a successful logging truck accident claim in Georgia includes all responsible parties in the claim. When all of the parties who bear some responsibility for the logging truck accident are included in the claim, the victim can be fully compensated, and all of those who had a hand in the wrongdoing can be brought to justice. 

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Source:https://dps.georgia.gov/commercial-motor-vehicle-traffic-codes-safety-rules

Category: Truck Accidents

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