Helping People Injured In Truck Accidents

Interstate 16, I-75 and the I-475 bypass are among the most heavily traveled highways in Middle Georgia. Every day, thousands of heavy logging trucks, flatbeds, 18-wheelers and commercial vans haul millions of pounds of equipment, materials and freight through the area. And during a typical year in Georgia, nearly 1,500 trucks and commercial vehicles are involved in crashes that result in injuries or fatalities in our state.*

From our offices in Macon, we represent clients in Georgia truck accident cases throughout the state. Call us at 478-757-6536 right away.

Personal injury and wrongful death claims involving commercial trucks are complex because, unlike a car accident, more than just the insurance company is involved. There are federal regulations governing truck safety, and the large over-the-road freight companies often self-insure. Many have local investigators on the scene of an accident immediately, and all of them will fight aggressively to protect themselves from heavy financial liability.

If you were injured or your loved one was killed in a motor vehicle accident involving a large truck or commercial vehicle on a road in Middle Georgia, you deserve aggressive legal representation that will stand up to the teams of defense lawyers on the other side.

In-Depth Investigations Leading To Results

For more than 18 years, attorney Jon Hawk has been protecting the rights of people injured in accidents involving large trucks and commercial vehicles. Our law firm will immediately begin a thorough investigation into the causes of the crash, the extent of liability the truck company is responsible for and the best option for a full and fair financial recovery on your behalf.

Call us first if you need local representation in Middle Georgia. We handle all types of truck accident claims, such as:

  • 18-wheeler semi tractor-trailer wrecks
  • Accidents involving logging trucks
  • Delivery van accidents, UPS trucks
  • Construction vehicles and equipment

Some common causes of truck accidents include:

  • Truck driver DUI, alcohol or drugs
  • Truck driver falling asleep at the wheel
  • Truck driver speeding, reckless driving
  • Unsafe trailer loads
  • Insufficient maintenance of cab or trailer

Call Us

We offer a free consultation to discuss your case. Contact us by email or call us at 478-757-6536 today.

*Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration crash statistics website