If there was a recall notice issued for that truck, further liable parties may come into play. If the trucking company failed to act on the recall, or if a dealership continued to sell a defective model, these parties also may be held liable in your lawsuit. 

When holding a party liable for your truck accident, you need to provide solid evidence of their negligence. If you do not hold the proper parties liable for your damages, you may be missing out on rightful compensation for the injuries and expenses you sustain after a serious crash.  

Contact an Atlanta Truck Accident Attorney 

There’s often more to a truck accident than just the drivers of the vehicles involved. In some cases, it may not be fully the truck driver’s fault – the trucking company or the truck manufacturer may be liable for the events that caused your injuries. 

When you need help with truck accident liability, filing claims against third parties, and other types of auto accidents, we are here to help. At the Law Office of Jason R. Schultz, P.C., we provide our clients with our FREE eBook, The Ultimate Guide to Accident Cases in Georgia, to help provide them with the basic information needed to determine if they have a personal injury claim. 

When you’re ready to team up with an Atlanta truck accident attorney to seek compensation for your injuries after a serious truck accident, contact us for a FREE consultation – 1-404-474-0804.

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