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Have You Been Injured in a Tractor-Trailer Accident?

Like car accidents, truck accidents can be devastating events that lead to massive damages, serious injuries, and even death. Because tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles are so much larger than the average passenger vehicle, their potential for destruction is far greater. In addition to the seriousness of truck accidents, they are also incredibly complex cases. Fortunately, the Kicklighter team years of experience handling truck accident cases.

Why You Need Kicklighter Law Following a Truck Accident

Trucking companies and the drivers they employ have rigorous guidelines that they must follow. When these guidelines are disobeyed, such as allowing truck drivers to exceed their mandated driving limits, the risk of causing an accident skyrockets. There are few greater dangers on the road than a drowsy or overworked driver behind the wheel of a 15-ton tractor-trailer.

In addition to the various regulations in the trucking industry, you can also count on the fact that trucking companies will have a team of lawyers on the case immediately following an accident. Large companies will do whatever they can to protect themselves from lawsuits. This makes it crucial that you have the right team on your side following a tractor-trailer accident to ensure that you receive full compensation.

Contact the Kicklighter Law team at 912-754-6003 
to schedule a free consultation!

What to Do After Being Involved in a Semi-Truck Accident

When you’re involved in an accident with a large truck, it can be difficult to know what to do. The first thing you should do is make sure that everyone involved receives proper medical attention if necessary and notify the authorities. However, once you’ve done this, your next call should be to an experienced truck accident team, like Kicklighter Law. Never give recorded statements without the guidance or counsel of a truck accident attorney. Recorded statements to the authorities, insurance companies, or other drivers can and will be used in court.