Delivery trucks travel thousands of miles each day across the nation. Many delivery trucks pass through Mableton with no incident, but there are times when an accident can occur. If you were involved in a delivery truck accident and it wasn’t your fault, you’re entitled under the law to file a claim for compensation under the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA) §51-1-6.
John Foy & Associates has helped residents of Mableton and throughout Georgia for the past two decades recover settlements for their truck accident cases. Get help from one of our experienced delivery truck accident lawyers today by calling us toll-free at (404) 400-4000. You can call us 24/7 to schedule an appointment with one of our team members.
Will Your Lawyers Help Me Hold the At-Fault Party Accountable?
The primary goals of our delivery truck accident attorneys are to:
- Ensure you get the maximum amount of compensation possible.
- Always put your best interests and priorities first above all else.
- Have your demands get adequately heard during negotiations or at trial.
Helping you hold the at-fault party accountable for your accident is a critical part of these goals. You can hold various parties liable for your damages depending on the circumstances of your delivery truck accident. You can sue:
- The delivery truck driver
- The delivery truck company
- The delivery truck manufacturer
- The local government agency responsible for maintaining the roads
To do this, we will help you build a strong case to back your claim. We promise that we will always fight hard for your settlement, and we won’t hesitate to go to trial if necessary, unlike other law firms.
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What Exactly Will Your Lawyers Do for My Delivery Truck Accident Claim?
Our lawyers can do many things on your behalf.
Collect Critical Pieces of Evidence for Your Case
You need evidence related to your delivery truck accident case in order to prove your claim. Without strong evidence supporting you, you won’t be able to win the settlement you need for your damages. Our delivery truck accident attorneys can help you gather evidence by:
- Talking with witnesses to get their statements and getting expert testimony.
- Retain your police report, medical records, and financial records.
- Organize all of your photographs.
- Ensure that all of the paperwork related to your accident is kept safe and readily available.
The more evidence you have, the better. However, juggling all of your evidence and collecting more can become an overbearing burden. We can handle it all for you while you concentrate on your recovery.
Dealing with the Insurance Company
Insurance companies have various tactics and strategies at their disposal to try and trick you into accepting a settlement way less than what you really deserve. Believe it or not, many people fall for them because of the lack of legal knowledge and experience they have.
Our attorneys won’t let the insurance company take advantage of you after your accident. Just through hiring a lawyer, most insurance companies will be more open to settling since they don’t want things to escalate to a lengthy and costly trial.
Making Sure You Adhere to Deadlines
You only have two years to file a claim for your delivery truck accident in Georgia. Many truck accident victims will let two years pass by, wrongfully assuming they had plenty of time to get things started. We can help you build a strong case for your claim and file everything for you at the right time.
What Kind of Damages Can I Compensate?
You can compensate for all of the damages related to your accident:
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of consortium
- Disability or disfigurement
- Vehicle repairs and property damages
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Mental anguish
- Pain and suffering
If your case fits the criteria, we can also help you recover an award for punitive damages. These damages aren’t really like traditional forms of compensation. Instead, they’re a punishment levied onto the at-fault party if they were highly negligent or committing a criminal act at the time of the accident.
Not every delivery truck accident will qualify for punitive damages, but if yours does, we will add that award on top of the settlement we help you win.
Get Help from Our Mableton Delivery Truck Accident Lawyers Today
If you’re confused about how to get started filing your claim, please give the attorneys at John Foy & Associates a call today. Our team can schedule you for an appointment to receive a free case review and consultation with zero risk or obligations.
If we can’t win you your settlement, you pay us nothing for our services. You can reach us at (404) 400-4000 for more information.
404-400-4000 or complete a Free Case Evaluation form