William P. Evans has extensive experience in litigating cases for his clients who have been injured as a result of the negligent operation of trucks or tractor-trailer vehicles.  If you, a loved one, family member, friend, or someone close to you has been injured in a collision with a tractor-trailer vehicle or commercial truck carrier,  please contact William P. Evans immediately as a quick and thorough investigation to establish facts, contact witnesses, and preserve evidence can make a dramatic difference in the recovery obtained against the trucking company and the trucking companies insurer.

A truck traveling at high speeds with heavy or dangerous cargo can result in a tragic and William P. Evans and his staff are here to stand up for your rights.  We have extensive experience handling personal injury and wrongful death cases against tractor-trailer trucking companies and their insurers.

Catastrophic and deadly trucking accidents require the skills of an attorney who can tackle complex litigation and drive your case towards a successful resolution.  We work to see you restored after suffering serious injuries.

Accidents involving commercial vehicles and trucks can lead to complex litigation involving businesses, insurance companies, multiple defendants, and federal trucking regulations.  If you have been injured in a trucking accident, you want to be certain that your attorney is adept in handling the complexities of trucking litigation.

Fortunately, Georgia and federal law helps innocent victims of tractor-trailer trucking collisions recover monetary damages which arise from injuries or death as a result of their negligence.  Georgia law provides that owners and operators of tractor-trailer vehicles must comply with the Georgia laws for operating vehicles and commercial trucks.  Federal law requires that trucking common carriers must comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) rules and regulations governing tractor-trailer vehicles and their drivers.

Further, under Georgia’s direct action statute parties injured as a result of the negligence of a tractor-trailer vehicle may name the tractor-trailer driver, the trucking company AND the insurer of the driver and the company as a party Defendant in the case.  The direct action statute which allows naming the insurer as a party Defendant is an exception under Georgia law limited to commercial tractor-trailer vehicles.

Large loads, dangerous products, and other dangerous conditions can lead to catastrophic and fatal accidents involving tractor-trailer vehicles and other large commercial vehicles.  If you have been injured in a trucking accident, it is imperative that you contact William P. Evans regarding your trucking collision as soon as possible.  Mr. Evans and his staff will immediately begin work on your case to ensure that necessary evidence, including witness statements, black box recording evidence, and driver’s log records are preserved.  We will work to protect your financial security and your interests now and into the future.

If you, a loved one, family member, friend, or someone close to you has been injured in a collision with a tractor-trailer vehicle or commercial truck carrier, please contact William P. Evans immediately as a quick and thorough investigation to establish facts, contact witnesses, and preserve evidence can make a dramatic difference in the recovery obtained against the trucking company and the trucking companies insurer.

 

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